Formal Administration

Guiding Florida Families Through a Complex Legal System

Losing a loved one is hard enough without the additional stress of making critical financial decisions — decisions that can impact your family's financial well-being for years to come. Probate, which is the court-supervised distribution of a decedent's assets, can be an equally stressful process. Often lasting between nine months to two years, it is expensive and confusing for those who do not know how to skillfully navigate the complex requirements.

At the Law Office of Amy B. Van Fossen, P.A., we have the experience and compassion necessary to make the probate and trust administration process as stress-free and efficient as possible. We take care of all the details from start to finish. Our Melbourne, Florida, probate attorney also works closely with personal representatives, executors, trustees and other fiduciaries to make sure the mandates of a will or trust are carried out according to the decedent's wishes.

Brevard County Attorney Representing Beneficiaries With The Probate Process

Our services in this area include all of the following and more:

  • Preparation and filing of all necessary probate court documents
  • Selection of the proper representatives
  • Estate inventories and accountings
  • Distribution of assets
  • Beneficiary agreements
  • Trust termination
  • Providing ancillary probate representation for out of state residents

Centrally located in Melbourne, we frequently handle probate administration for military service members. We have a personal representative overseas and utilize mail, faxes and e-mail. This means clients never have to come into our office — or even into the country.

Consult Our Brevard County Lawyer for Probate & Trust Administration

You do not have to go through the probate administration process alone. Our Brevard County Probate lawyer is here to guide you through every step so that you and your family can focus on what is most important: supporting one another through your time of loss.

Schedule an initial consultation by calling Amy B. Van Fossen, P.A., locally at 321-426-1848 or toll free at 800-495-9153, or send us an e-mail today.