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Notice Of Final Accounting And Petition For Discharge P-5.0410 - FLSSI Probate

Notice Of Final Accounting And Petition For Discharge Form. This is a FLSSI Probate form and can be used in Closing Administration .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION File No. Division Deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNTING AND PETITION FOR DISCHARGE TO: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Final Accounting and a Petition for Discharge have been filed in this court by representative of the estate of , the personal , deceased, copies of which accompany this notice. You are required to file with the clerk of the above court not later than 30 days after the date of service of this notice upon you any objections to the Petition for Discharge, the Final Accounting, the compensation paid or proposed to be paid, or the proposed distribution of assets, and to serve a copy of such objections on petitioner's attorney, whose name and address are set forth below, and on all other interested persons. Any objections must be in writing and must state with particularity the item or items to which the objections are directed and must state the grounds on which the objections are based. If a notice of hearing on the objections is not served within 90 days of filing the objections, the objections shall be deemed abandoned and the personal representative may distribute the estate according to the plan set forth in the Petition for Discharge, and judgment may be entered in due course upon the petition. I CERTIFY that copies of the Final Accounting, the Petition for Discharge and this Notice have been served on the above addressees by on , . Attorney Email Addresses: _ Florida Bar No. ` Telephone: (address) [Print or Type Names Under All Signature Lines] Bar Form No. P-5.0410 © Florida Lawyers Support Services, Inc. January 1, 2017 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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