Yes you have every legal right to know the events in the administration of this estate. Estates must be completed in FL within 12 months uless the court gives permission otherwise. Normally once the Creditors Notice has been published, 3 months will pass and the known creditors are known and paid off first before any distribution is made to any heirs. I do suggest that you go to the Clerk of the Court where the decedant residented and read and or copy the docuemtns that have been filed to get a better undertanding of the matter.
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If you are named as a beneficiary under a Will you certainly have a right to be kept abreast of the probate proceeding. From your question, however, it's not clear how long the probate of the estate has been going on. I would need more details to better advise you.
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I do not know if I completely understand what you mean by "Will out of probate in feb10." As a beneficiary under the will you have a right to be apprised of the probate administration. I would contact the clerk of the court or go down to the court to view the probate file to see the status of the administration. After you learn a little more information it may be a good idea to contact an attorney.