Happy 2019! Can you believe 2018 is gone already? At the Law Office of Katherine Naugle we can't! Lets make 2019 the year to take one of the to-do items off of your list. This is a great time to [...]
Katherine Schnauss Naugle has been named as President of the Woman's Club of Jacksonville for the 2018-2019 year. The Woman's Club of Jacksonville is an organization of Women focused on using their resources for the betterment of women.
Many of the calls we get each day as this very questions. The Florida Bar states: "It depends on the facts of each situation. For example, the personal representative may need to sell real estate before settling the probate estate, [...]
What happens to a person's assets when they pass away without a Will? I am asked this question on a daily basis. The Florida Bar states:"Someone who dies without a valid will is “intestate.” Even if the decedent dies intestate, [...]
I speak to clients daily regarding probate and why they may or may not need one. What is probate? The Florida Bar states: "Probate is a court-supervised process for identifying and gathering the assets of a deceased person (decedent), paying [...]
I get calls every day from prospective clients who have lost a loved one asking why they need to do a probate for a loved one when they had a Will leaving their assets to their beneficiaries. A Will is [...]
A question I often get is what are the rights of the decedent's family after the lose a loved one? The Florida Bar states, "The decedent’s surviving spouse and children may be entitled to receive probate assets from the decedent’s [...]
The Law Office of Katherine Naugle and Naugle Funeral Home were pleased to be able to sponsor the breakfast for the wonderful Senior Rountable Group. What a fabulous group of people helping seniors in our community!
As I meet with new and existing clients to prepare their estate planning documents I wanted to discuss a few important points to consider. The Florida Bar states "Marriage does not cancel a will in Florida, but a spouse acquired [...]
This is a question I answer almost every day in my law practice. The Florida Bar states: "The decedent’s surviving spouse and children may be entitled to receive probate assets from the decedent’s probate estate, even if the decedent’s will [...]