Probate can be a seemingly overwhelming process. It is more so because it regularly is needed shortly after the loss of a family member.

Probate is simply the process whereby some one is authorized legally to act on behalf of the deceased. The process is largely dictated by whether the decedant maintained a Last Will at their death. If not, the statutory rules of Intestate Succession determine the disposition of assets.

The Law Office of Greg Varner represents personal representatives and beneficiaries in the Alabama probate process, statewide.  Our Florida probate services can be divided into the following areas.

  • Probate Administration
  • Intestate Succession
  • Probate Litigation
  • Will Contests
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Beneficiary Rights
  • Ancillary Probate
  • Rights of Surviving Spouses in Florida
  • Abuse of a Power of Attorney

Probate represents a sizable portion of the practice of the Law Office of Greg Varner. While most only require management assistance and legal direction, some of these matters involve contests requiring particular skill and knowledge of relevant statutory and precedential law.

Greg Varner serves east, central Alabama including Clay County (Ashland and Linville), Coosa County (Rockford and Goodwater), Talladega County (Talladega, Lincoln, and Sylacauga), Tallapoosa County (Alexander City and Dadeville), Chambers County (LaFayette, Lanett, and Valley), Randolph County (Roanoke, Wadley, Wedowee, and Woodland), Cleburne County (Heflin), Calhoun County (Anniston and Oxford), Etowah County (Gadsden and Rainbow City), St.Clair County (Pell City) and Elmore County (Wetumpka), and Lee County (Auburn and Opelika).

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