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Posts Tagged: probate deadlines

Creditor Claim Deadlines in Florida Probate

Written by on Aug 18, 2019| Posted in: Probate

 What are the creditor claim deadlines in Florida probate? The creditor claim deadlines in Florida probate are: Known or reasonably ascertainable creditor – claim must be filed within 30 days after the date of service.  Unknown creditor – claim must be filed within three months after the first publication date.  When a personal representative (executor) is appointed to administer an estate, one of his or her duties is to notify creditors that the decedent died and to establish the  creditor claim deadlines for the estate.  Any claim filed outside that time period may be forever barred.  There are two types of creditors in probate: known or reasonably ascertainable creditors (for example, all those credit card and loan statements  piling up in the decedent’s mailbox) and unknown creditors.  A personal representative MUST serve a Notice to Creditors on all known or reasonably ascertainable creditors and MUST publish the same notice to creditors in […]

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