Palm Beach Florida Probate

Florida Probate Attorney, Inheritance Law, Florida Wills, and Estates Law
South Florida Probate attorney serving Palm Beach County probate estates and Florida Inheritance Law.

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Palm Beach County Probate Court

South Florida Probate Attorney David S. Luber, LL.M.

Palm Beach Probate help call 866 561-1499

Palm Beach County: For Palm Beach County Probate help

Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Highland Beach, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach

Click link to see Palm Beach County Probate Court Fees

During a Palm Beach County Probate Case court orders are filed with the Palm Beach County Public Records although the content of them are not displayed online. The Palm Beach County Property Appraiser will see the recorded documents from a Palm Beach Probate case concerning real estate and will update their records to show the proper legal owners of the Palm Beach Probate Real Estate.

Palm Beach County Public Records

Palm Beach County Property Appraiser

For Palm Beach Probate cases a notice to creditors is required for formal probate cases and optional for creditors which are not known of or reasonably ascertainable. Daily Business Review can be used for publishing notice to creditors for a Palm Beach probate case. Their publication also contains legal and business articles.

The Palm Beach County Probate Court is comprised of the the following Probate Judges to oversee Probate Administration and Estate Settlement cases as well as Palm Beach Probate Litigation, Will Contests and Estate Litigation

Palm Beach Probate Judge Cook Probate cases at main judicial complex in Palm Beach County.

Palm Beach Probate Judge Oftedal Presides over Probate administration and litigation of probate estates from the North County Palm Beach Probate Court 3188 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Florida.

Palm Beach Probate Judge Phillips is the probate judge for Palm Beach South County Probate Court which is located at 200 West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach Florida.

Palm Beach Senior Services

Palm Beach County was founded in 1909. Has the most land area and the most money per person of any Florida County as well as the 3rd largest population.

While there has always been a lot of money and large estates in Palm Beach County its political leanings as a county have changed over time interestingly supporting the Republican candidate for president every year from 1960-1988 then having supported the Democratic candidate every election since 1992.

The County is known as Palm Beach County since this was the first settled town in the county and it was named for Palm Trees and Beaches which Florida is known for.