When a Florida resident dies without a Will, and has a spouse, the intestate share of the surviving spouse depends on the make-up of the decedent's descendants--children, grandchildren, etc.
In Florida, if there are beneficiaries of an estate other than the Personal Representative, then the Personal Representative must have an attorney.
In Florida, a person has three months after receiving the Notice of Administration within which to object to a Last Will and Testament.
Most often, contesting a Will in Florida, as in most states, is based on allegations of undue influence, fraud, duress, or mistake.
In Florida as in most states, a Trustee has a fiduciary duty to administer the Trust according to the terms of the Trust. This is an extremely high standard of care.