Florida Ancillary Probate - Petition to Admit Will to Record - 734.1025


Florida Ancillary Probate - PETITION FOR ORDER TO ADMIT FOREIGN WILL TO RECORD PURSUANT TO SECTION 734.1025 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE - The requirements to file this form are (1) the gross value of all property in Florida subject to administration does not exceed $50,000.00, and (2) it is filed within 2 years of the decedent's death. It's purpose to avoid having to open a full Florida ancillary probate administration in order to transfer Florida assets. If no creditors file a claim after a notice to creditors is published, then a Florida personal representative does have to be appointed.

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