How do I determine if a deceased person owns property? Well, of course the most logical place to start is go through their documents, whatever paperwork they left behind, go through it and see if you can find tax bills, account statements, insurance policies, whatever. And see if you can’t find something there, if you can’t find it there, then the next step is, I would check the tax rolls for whatever county in Florida that they live to see if there’s any property, title in name, which would be another indication of, of what if they owned any real estate in the particular county where they died, or if they moved from another county in Florida, you might want to check the tax rolls. There. That’s an easy way to do that. Otherwise, if you come up empty with all of that, can, if you want to spend the money spend between 20 $503,000, you can hire, a firm to do an asset search, nationwide, which would show all the bank statements and, brokerage accounts and real property. Basically what creditors use they order these searches to see if a debtor owns any assets and where it is, but you can use it for a state tax purpose or state purposes, not a state tax purposes, but a state purposes, in order to open a probate. But it’s a substantial investment to try and find out what assets that the decedent owned. So if you have any questions, give me a call. It’s (727) 847-2288.