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What Are the Costs for Hiring a Florida Probate Attorney?

The cost of hiring a Florida probate attorney can vary depending on the lawyer's experience and the scope of services that you need. Generally, lawyers charge by the hour, and the average cost for probate attorneys in Florida is around $350 per hour, plus costs and expenses. However, it's important to remember that this is just a general estimate, and the actual cost may be higher or lower depending on your specific case.

When deciding whether to hire an attorney or not, it's crucial to weigh the costs and benefits. Generally, hiring an attorney is more expensive than not hiring one, but there are some advantages to having an attorney represent you in probate court.

An experienced probate lawyer can help you navigate the complex legal process, protect your interests, and ensure that your estate is handled correctly.

  • Published: Oct 14, 2022
  • Updated: Dec 25, 2023

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