Focused On Serving Our Clients' Needs For More Than 40 Years

For decades, we have been using our extensive trial experience and substantial knowledge of
the law to help people through the tough times.

We Will Guide You Through Every Step Of The Process

The loss of a loved one can be extremely emotional, especially for family members or others acting as executors or administrators of a decedent’s estate. While dealing with your grief over the death, you may also have to unravel complex financial issues and navigate challenging family dynamics.

There is a legal process involved in settling the affairs of a person who has passed away. This is called probate. The estate of the person who died, including taxes owed, creditors paid, transfers of real estate completed and the distribution of remaining assets to beneficiaries will be handled by the probate court. With or without a will, nearly every estate must go through probate to some extent. The process can be time-consuming and expensive, especially if the estate is large, if the decedent had no will or if beneficiaries dispute the validity of the will.

Helping You Fulfill Your Obligations In A Responsible Manner

An experienced probate attorney can help you expedite the probate process, minimize the cost and work to ensure you fulfill your obligations in a responsible manner. For more than 40 years, Cauthen, Oldham & Associates, P.A., has guided administrators and executors through all aspects of administering the estate of the person who died, called the decedent. We confidently provide support and counsel in the processes involving administering any trusts, helping with asset transfer, resolving disputes or estate claims, and carrying out the estate plan of the decedent. We also represent our clients in court, appearing at any hearings involving the probating of the estate.

We work closely with clients to help them complete the process as quickly as possible while minimizing family disharmony. Our firm provides reliable, efficient representation to individuals throughout central Florida, as well as out-of-state family members whose loved ones have passed away while residing in Lake, Marion and Sumter counties.

Contact Our Team For Will And Probate Help

Call Cauthen, Oldham & Associates, P.A., at 352-508-4175 or toll-free at 888-801-1678 to schedule a consultation with a member of our skilled legal team. You can also reach us by email. We look forward to speaking with you.