Katherine Schnauss Naugle

Katherine Schnauss Naugle

The Law Office of Katherine Schnauss Naugle
  • Probate, Estate Planning, Elder Law
  • Florida
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Katherine is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. She is the immediate Past-President of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association. She is a member of the Jacksonville Chapter, D.A.R.. She attended Riverside Presbyterian Day School and is a graduate of The Bolles School. She is happily married to Cameron Naugle, owner of Naugle Funeral Home and has two small children, Abigail and Logan, who are the light of her life. Katherine graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Emory University in 1998. She then graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law in 2001, and an M.B.A. from Stetson University School of Business Administration in 2001. Katherine has her own law firm in the Riverside area of Jacksonville and has been practicing law since 2001. She is admitted to practice by the Florida Bar and by the United States Court, Middle District of Florida. She concentrates her practice in the areas of Estate planning, Probate, and Guardianship where she has represented both the guardians and the wards. She is invited regularly to speak to groups in the community regarding estate planning, probate and guardianship issues. She regularly donates her time to pro bono clients in need of assistance. She is a Past President of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association, a member of the Jacksonville Chapter, D.A.R., the Florida Bar Association, the Jacksonville Bar Association, a member of the Small Business Resource Network and a member of the Junior League of Jacksonville.

Practice Areas
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
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  • English: Spoken, Written
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The Law Office of Katherine Schnauss Naugle
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Stetson University College of Law
J.D. (2001) | law
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Stetson University
MBA (2001) | Business management
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Emory University
B.A. (1998)
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Heritage Committee for The Woman's Club of Jacksonville
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Jacksonville WOmen Lawyers Association
Past President
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Speaking Engagements
Estate planning , Edward Jones , Jacksonville, FL
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3 Questions Answered

Q. In Florida .What happens with money in bank acct. When act holder dies and beneficiary is also deceased.
A: You will need to consult with a probate attorney as a small probate will need to be done.
Q. My uncle passed away and left his home to my grandmother. She has passed away I am her only heir. How do get the house.
A: It all depends on which probates have and have not been completed. When your uncle passed away, if the home was just in his name then his estate will need to be probated to pass the home to your mother, assuming there is a valid Will or that it would pass to your uncle under the intestate statute of Florida Law. Then you would need to probate your grandmother's estate to pass the home to you, again, assuming she had a valid Will or it would pass to you under the intestate statute. I would suggest contacting a probate attorney to discuss this in more detail.
Q. I'm the executor of my Dad's will, but I live out of state and we haven't filed it yet with the court.
A: It depends on how your dad's accounts were titled. If they were joint accounts with your son then yes he can. I would suggest talking to a probate lawyers to determine how to pay expenses.
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The Law Office of Katherine Schnauss Naugle
810 Margaret street
Jacksonville, FL 32204
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