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Florida Personal Representative's Distributive Deed (intestate)

This form is for use by the personal representative of an individual who died without a will.

Wills, or last wills and testaments, are estate planning documents used to organize and record how people wish to distribute their assets after death. If someone dies without executing and filing a will, their estate is identified as "intestate."

Without a will to manage this distribution, a personal representative is designated by the county Circuit Court. Because the personal representative in such situations is appointed, sales of assets are generally authorized by the court handling the probate case.

Real estate is a common asset, and with proper approval, a personal representative's distributive deed can be used if the personal representative is called upon to sell the property. These instruments are useful because they collect the relevant details about the transfer and the deceased owner into one document.

Personal representative's distributive deeds are used to transfer ownership of real property from an intestate estate. Each situation is unique, however, so contact an attorney with specific questions or for complex cases.

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Florida Personal Representative Deed (Intestate) Form