When a person dies, some action must be undertaken to transfer his or her assets to his or her heirs. Whether that requires probate, trust administration, or some other form of action will depend on whether that person had a Will, a Trust or no plan at all. Mr. Kulakowski can help your family determine what type of procedure will need to be undertaken and will guide them through the entire process. Whether it is a testate (with a Will) or intestate (without a Will) estate, or the administration and distribution of assets under a Trust, we can provide legal representation for all aspects of the administration. We collaborate with tax professionals, asset appraisers and, in cases of non-Florida assets, out of state attorneys. We can help with ancillary administration for non-domiciliaries who own Florida real property. We prepare all of the necessary documents and filings for the appropriate form of administration whether it be formal probate, summary probate or post-mortem trust administration. We do the heavy lifting.