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Order Of Summary Administration Intestate P-2.0310 - FLSSI Probate

Order Of Summary Administration Intestate Form. This is a FLSSI Probate form and can be used in Abbreviated Probate Proceedings .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION File No. Deceased. Division ORDER OF SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION (Intestate) On the petition of summary administration of the estate of court finding that the decedent died on , for , deceased, the ; that all interested persons have been served proper notice of the petition and hearing or have waived notice thereof; that the material allegations of the petition are true; and that the decedent's estate qualifies for summary administration and an Order of Summary Administration should be entered, it is ADJUDGED that: 1. Name There be immediate distribution of the assets of the decedent as follows: Address Asset, Share or Amount Bar Form No. P-2.0310 - 1 of 2 ©Florida Lawyers Support Services, Inc. Revised January 1, 2017 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2. 3. Those to whom specified assets of the decedent's estate are distributed by this order have Debtors of the decedent, those holding property of the decedent, and those with whom the right to receive and collect those assets and to maintain actions to enforce their rights. securities or other property of decedent are registered, are authorized and directed to comply with this order by paying, delivering, or transferring to the beneficiaries specified above the parts of the decedent's estate distributed to them by this order, and the persons so paying, delivering, or transferring shall not be accountable to anyone else for the property. Ordered on , . Circuit Judge Bar Form No. P-2.0310 - 2 of 2 ©Florida Lawyers Support Services, Inc. Revised January 1, 2017 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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