Clyde, NC asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Florida

Q: Great-grandmas estate sold for $136k in FL. 1:4 benef.; her son, grandson, me and my brother. How much will I receive?

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Jason  Turchin
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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Weston, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: We would need more information to know how much you would get. We don't know if there are creditors, attorneys' fees, costs, how the property was titled, what the estate documents if any say, etc. Once an asset is available to an estate, there is an order of payment we would need to look at to see what has to get paid, and what would be left to share among the beneficiaries. Sorry if I can't be more of a help, but it is too general of a question to know for sure without understanding all of the estate documents, status of the estate, creditor claims, fees, costs, etc.

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