Join PropLogix and Attorney, Pamela Hernandez of Berlin, Patten, and Ebling, to learn how probate affects property rights. You'll get a quick introduction to some of the basics of probate, recommendations before listing or closing on a property to avoid delays, and hear examples of how probate can affect the title search or closing process.
This webinar is intended for real estate professionals who want to gain a deeper understanding of how real property and personal property are distributed through probate according to Florida state statutes.
Real estate investors or curious homeowners may also find the information helpful in determining how to ensure their assets are passed to specific heirs and beneficiaries without a lengthy court process.
What: Principles of Probate with Pamela Hernandez, Esq.
When: December 4th at 10 am E.D.T.
Who: Hosted by PropLogix with guest speaker, Pamela Hernandez, Attorney at Berlin, Patten, Ebling
About the Speaker:
Pamela Hernandez is an attorney with Berlin Patten Ebling, PLLC. Her practice includes estate planning, probate and trust administration, business entity formation, and taxation. Pamela is originally from Miami, Florida. She relocated to Orlando, Florida, where she graduated cum laude from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies, and a Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Urban and Regional Planning. She continued her education and graduated cum laude from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law in Orlando, Florida, where she discovered her passion for tax law and estate planning, and obtained a book award for receiving the highest grade in the estate and gift tax class. She went on to attend the University of Florida Levin College of Law Graduate Tax Program, where she obtained a Master of Laws in Taxation. Prior to joining Berlin Patten Ebling PLLC, Pamela clerked for the Honorable Marc Lubet of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, served as a senior attorney with the Florida Department of Revenue, and worked in private law practice assisting clients with their estate planning, probate administration, and business entity needs. When she is not working, Pamela enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her husband and children.