After the death of a loved one, it can be overwhelming enough to deal with the residual personal issues. However, there can also be a range of legal issues that must be addressed in order to see that the estate of the deceased individual is distributed properly to the individual beneficiaries of the estate.

Probating an estate does not have to be difficult. With the assistance of an experienced attorney at Colosseum Counsel, probate may be more efficiently handled. We strive to help our clients understand the probate process and provide effective probate and estate administration services. Our firm specializes in probate cases and has gathered much experience and expertise throughout the years in this arena. This experience allows us to provide qualified and trustworthy guidance to our clients in Collier, Lee, and throughout the surrounding areas.

Many clients do not know anything about the probate process. Probate is the process through which the estate of a deceased individual is distributed. This can happen in two ways:


The term intestate refers to the death of a person who passes without having a will. If a person dies without a will, his or her estate will be distributed according to Florida intestate statutes.


Opposite of intestate, testate means that an individual died while having a legally valid will. His or her property will be distributed according to the terms of the will.

An estate can be made up of many different things such as real estate, personal possessions, and financial accounts. We are committed to standing by you throughout the entire process, handling related issues such as will contests and explaining any laws that may apply to your case.