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Our personal injury attorney in Melbourne, FL , provides aggressive, dependable representation to victims of serious and catastrophic injury. At the Law Office of Charpentier Law Firm, P.A., we give our clients the individual attention they deserve and the uncompromising legal representation they need. We’re dedicated to the cause of protecting the rights of those who have been injured through the careless, reckless, or negligent actions of others.

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The team at Charpentier Law Firm, P.A. has the negotiation skills to reach favorable settlements in many cases, but also has the experience and perseverance to try a case to verdict whenever it is in the best interests of our clients. Our history of success illustrates our dedication to our clients and their pursuit of justice. Our personal injury attorneys in Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa are proud to offer superior legal representation to victims and their families throughout Brevard County and Central Florida.

$8,000,000 – April 2001 – Product Liability Case

$2,200,000 – July 2011 – Trucking Crash

$1,700,000 – Spring 2003 – Personal Injury

$1,200,000 - March 2017 - Wrongful Death

$180,000 - December 2016 - Auto Accident

$175,000 - March 2016 - Maritime

Our personal injury attorneys in Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa, Central Florida offer experienced legal representation exclusively to injured individuals and the family members of those killed as a result of the reckless, careless, or negligent conduct of others. We practice law according to the highest standards of professional integrity. We have the resources and intimate knowledge of personal injury law to present the strongest cases possible on behalf of our clients.

If you have been seriously or catastrophically injured, we invite you to consult with our personal injury attorneys. Contact our Central Florida offices in Melbourne, Titusville, or Cocoa today to schedule a free consultation. We will fight to protect your rights and provide you with compassionate guidance throughout the legal process.

Planning Your Legacy

The legal term probate is generally defined as "the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person” — and usually not something you want your loved ones to go through after you’re gone. Here are some steps to take to help streamline (or possibly even avoid) a lengthy and often costly probate process .

The goal of probate is to determine who should get the property, assets or inheritance a deceased person has left behind, and usually involves:

One question a lot of people ask is, “What’s the maximum size an estate can be to avoid probate?” While the laws on how much the estate can be worth vary by state, if your estate is relatively small you may not have to worry about going through probate.

That’s because most states have streamlined probate for smaller or uncomplicated estates — with or without a will . In these cases, settling the estate can be a quick and relatively painless experience. There are two basic kinds of probate shortcuts for small estates:

If the total value of all the assets (except real estate) left behind is less than a certain amount, the estate's inheritors may be able to skip probate entirely. The exact amount depends on state law, which varies considerably.

If the estate qualifies, an inheritor can prepare a short document stating that he or she is entitled to a certain item of property under a will or state law. This paper, signed under oath, is called an affidavit. When the person or institution holding the property (such as a bank where the deceased had an account) receives the affidavit and a copy of the death certificate, it releases the money or other property.

Another option for small estates is a quicker, simpler version of probate. The probate court is still involved, but it exerts far less control over the settling of the estate . In many states, these procedures are straightforward enough to handle without a lawyer, so they save money as well as time.

Keep in mind that each state defines the term “small estate” differently. Because of the way the laws are written, however, many large estates, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars are eligible for special transfer procedures that speed property to inheritors.

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