Probate / Wills

Charlotte, Lee and Collier County Estate and Inheritance Protection

Over the course of one’s life almost everyone accrues some type of property, whether personal or real. Through a skilled probate lawyer, you can make sure you control who will receive that property at the time of death. If a formal Last Will and Testament has not been crafted, a probate court may decide the validity of your will or trust, and may choose an executor to take control of your property.

Likewise, as a recipient of an inheritance, Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano, P.A. can help you navigate the complex Florida probate process. We take time to understand the intent of decedents and trustees and consider the needs of heirs and beneficiaries. If a dispute arises and settlement cannot be reached, we fight to protect your rights through court proceedings.

We regularly handle Southwest Florida probate cases, and regularly work with out-of- state legal representatives, creditors and debtors, beneficiaries and relatives to settle Florida-based estates.

To find out more, contact Lusk, Drasites and Tolisano online or toll-free at (800) 283-7442.

Probate Issues

  • Contested wills
  • Heirs and Beneficiaries
  • Trust disputes
  • Undue influence
  • Wrongful death
  • Last will and testament
  • Fiduciary duty
  • Executor
  • Probate administration
  • Probate litigation
  • Guardianship
  • Asset protection
  • Powers of attorney
  • Living trust
  • Charitable trust