First, you want to hire a Probate Litigation attorney to handle the formal administration. Also, you’ll need to understand that the probate proceeding will be intestate and more complex. Since your mother died without leaving a Will, in Broward County, the added burden of preparing the family tree is required by Broward County Probate Court. The Broward County Probate Court requires an Oath of Heirs for intestate cases for both Summary Administration and Formal Administration. The Personal Representative or Petitioner will have to sign an Affidavit Concerning Criminal History (verify no criminal history or identify the criminal history).
What is needed in the Oath of Heirs?
Broward Counties Oath of Heirs is intense and includes current spouse and prior spouse, if any, grandparents, aunts, uncles, deceased children, and in some cases, kindred of the last surviving spouse. The following is a breakdown of what is needed in Broward Counties Oath of Heirs:
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