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Michelle C. Fraga is a South Florida native who was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1991. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami Herbert Business School and her Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law. She served on the staff of the Inter-American Law Review while at the School of Law. Before opening her own firm, Michelle was an associate at the law firm of Ludovici & Ludovici, P.A., where she gained extensive experience in all phases of litigation, from inception to jury verdict. She has concentrated in the areas of probate and estate planning while maintaining an active commercial litigation practice. Michelle aims to provide each client with the legal support needed to reach their goals in the most effective and efficient manner possible.
J.D., University of Miami School of Law
Coral Gables, Florida
B.B.A., University of Miami Herbert Business School
Coral Gables, Florida
All Florida Courts
Languages: Fluent in Spanish
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Address: 14707 South Dixie Highway, Suite 210,
Palmetto Bay, FL 33176
Estate planning is the preparation for the transfer of your assets at your death. An estate plan can make a difficult time substantially easier for loved ones, can insure that your wishes are carried out, and can avoid conflict by making your desires clear. Estate planning should include a will, the most basic estate planning tool. Depending on your individual needs, your estate plan may also include trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and healthcare surrogate designations.
Probate is needed when someone dies owning assets in their individual name. Probate administration determines what the assets of the estate are, who the beneficiaries are, and how creditors are to be satisfied, and how those assets are to be distributed. The probate process may include formal administration, summary administration or ancillary administration, depending on the assets involved.
Commercial litigation includes contract disputes, debt collection matters and evictions.