Why Should You Choose atCause Law Office To Guide You Through Probate?
Our Compassionate, Down-To-Earth Legal Team Will Make This Difficult Time Much Easier For You & Your Family.
If you recently lost a family member, let us first say how deeply sorry we are for your loss. Death can be challenging, and Florida’s legal system can make it even more complicated. Even if your loved one had a will, their estate (everything they owned in terms of money, assets, and possessions) will likely have to go through a court process known as probate before their beneficiaries can receive their inheritances. Probate is notoriously time-consuming and expensive. When you’re mourning, the last thing you want to worry about is filing paperwork and spending hours on legalities. Any mistakes during proceedings can prolong the process or lead to additional fees. That’s why it’s in your best interest to work with local probate lawyers who have helped other grieving families resolve probate.
At atCause Law Office, we genuinely care about what you’re going through. We will do everything possible to take the heavy legal burden off your shoulders. Our attorneys, who together have over 45 years of experience, will take the time to answer your questions and explain how probate works without using confusing legal jargon. We’ll help you understand your legal options and next steps. Then we will work to complete all probate tasks for you (including submitting the will to the court, notifying creditors and beneficiaries, appraising assets, settling remaining debts, paying final taxes, and more), so you can focus on moving forward after your loss. Our firm is one of the only ones to offer a flat-fee pricing model, so you won’t be surprised by how much our services cost. We can also help you discover ways to avoid probate being part of your family’s future so you can have peace of mind! Call us today to schedule a free consultation.
Ashly Mae Guernaccini
Ashly Guernaccini founded atCAUSE Law Office, focusing on probate, estate planning, intellectual property, and business law. Ashly earned her B.A. and Doctor of Law degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University School of Law. As a Pennsylvania and Florida Bar member, she helps families and small business owners in Pinellas County. Ashly builds strong relationships with clients and simplifies complex legal matters.
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