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April 18, 2007


Doug Gorman

Probate and estate administration varies between jurisdictions. I note you are inquiring about Florida probate. The legal rights of a widow and requirements to provide you notice of those rights may be quite different there from what is needed here in Alberta Canada, where this blog originates. You need to consult a Florida attorney experienced with estate administration.

Florida Probate

I have recently lost my husband and he doesn't left any will related to me so I want to know that what will be the procedure now that will be followed by the Probated law firm? and Will I get all the benefits that has to be provided to me?

Doreen Ford

Can a Will that is made in Alberta be probated in British Columbia?

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