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Statutes & Constitution :View Statutes :->2012->Chapter 735

The 2012 Florida Statutes. Title XLII ESTATES AND TRUSTS. Chapter 735. PROBATE CODE: SMALL ESTATES. View Entire Chapter. CHAPTER 735.

Statutes & Constitution :View Statutes :->2018->Chapter 735->Part I

Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature. January 1, 2019. Search Statutes: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 Chapter 735. PROBATE CODE: SMALL ESTATES

Chapter 735 - 2016 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

2016 Florida Statutes. Title XLII ESTATES AND TRUSTS. Chapter 735. PROBATE CODE: SMALL ESTATES Entire Chapter. CHAPTER 735. PROBATE CODE:

Chapter 735 Section 301 - 2018 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

(1) No administration shall be required or formal proceedings instituted upon the estate of a decedent leaving only personal property exempt under the

Chapter 735 - 2018 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

(2) That the value of the entire estate subject to administration in this state, less the value of property exempt from the claims of creditors, does not exceed

Chapter 735 Section 201 - 2017 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

(2) That the value of the entire estate subject to administration in this state, less the value of property exempt from the claims of creditors, does not exceed

Chapter 735 Section 2063 - 2018 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

(1) Any person who has obtained an order of summary administration may publish a notice to creditors according to the relevant requirements of s. 733.2121

Chapter 735 - PROBATE CODE: SMALL ESTATES :: 2013 Florida

2013 Florida Statutes TITLE XLII - ESTATES AND TRUSTS Chapter 735 - PROBATE CODE: SMALL ESTATES. Part I - SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION (ss.

Florida Statutes > Chapter 735 – Probate Code: Small - LawServer

Terms Used In Florida Statutes > Chapter 735. Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having

Probate - Florida Courts

The Florida Probate Code is found in Chapters 731 through 735 of the Florida Statutes, and the rules governing Florida probate proceedings are found in the