1998 Florida Code
Chapter 735 Probate Code: Family Administration And Small Estates  
PART I FAMILY ADMINISTRATION (ss. 735.101-735.107)
735.103   Petition for family administration.

735.103  Petition for family administration.--A verified petition for family administration shall contain, in addition to the statements required by s. 733.202, the following:

(1)  Facts showing that petitioners are entitled to family administration, as provided in s. 735.101.

(2)  A complete list of the assets of the gross estate for federal estate tax purposes and their estimated value.

(3)  An appropriate statement that the estate is not indebted or that provision for payment of debts has been made or the claims are barred.

(4)  A proposed schedule of distribution of all assets to those entitled thereto as surviving spouse, heirs, beneficiaries, or creditors.

The petition shall be signed and verified by all beneficiaries and the surviving spouse, if any. The petition may be signed on behalf of a minor or an incompetent by her or his legal guardian or, if none, by her or his natural guardian.

History.--s. 1, ch. 74-106; s. 102, ch. 75-220; s. 1, ch. 77-174; s. 1033, ch. 97-102.

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