Disposition without Administration
Thursday, April 26, 2012
A disposition without administration is available to an interested party if the probate estate assets consist solely of property exempt from a decedent’s creditors and non-exempt personal property, the value of which does not exceed the sum of (1) preferred funeral expenses ; and (2) reasonable and necessary medical and hospital expenses incurred in the last 60 days of the decedent’s final illness, if any.
An interested party may make an informal application by affidavit, letter or some other form to the court for a disposition without administration. If the court approves the application, the court will then authorize the payment, transfer or disposition of personal property to the interested party.
Disposition without administration is an excellent form of reimbursement for interested parties that paid the decedent’s funeral expenses and medical bills in the last 60 days of the decedent’s life. If you paid your loved one’s medical and funeral expenses, contact the Wheelock Law Firm in Dr. Phillips, Orlando, Florida at 407-648- 5742 to schedule a consultation and see how you can be reimbursed.
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