Feb 28, 2020
It’s common for Florida seniors to have two residences. However
families can become bewildered trying to figure out which state is
the state they should open a probate in upon the passing of their
loved one who lived between two states. In today’s video Elder Law
Attorney Melissa O’Connor discusses how to determine your loved
one’s domicle for probate purposes.
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