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Probate litigation and family businesses

With every will, there is a possibility that the heirs may disagree with the allocation. When assets are significant or livelihoods at stake, such as with shares or control of a family business, the likelihood of probate litigation grows. Under normal circumstances, a...

What does the term “probate” mean in Florida?

Most people have heard the term “probate” but it is surprising how many don’t really understand what it means. In Florida, the term “probate” has several meanings depending on the context in which the term is used. First, probate is the judicial process whereby a Last...

Why don’t people plan?

Everyday we do things to protect ourselves, our family and loved ones, and our property. Before going to bed at night, most people check their doors to make sure that they’re locked. Some of those people also set their security alarm. They do this to protect against...

“Myth-Understandings” About Estate Planning

As estate planning attorneys with over thirty-five years combined experience in Florida, we often wonder why so many people neglect having their estate planning documents in order. Surely, they want to protect themselves and their loved ones in the event of illness,...

What is a Plenary Guardian in Florida?

Under Florida law, there are several different kinds of Guardian that can be appointed by a court. Section 744.102 (9), Fla. Stat. defines a “Guardian” as a person who has been appointed by the court to act on behalf of a Ward’s person or property, or both. As the...

Who is an “Interested Person” in a Florida Probate?

Throughout the Florida Probate Code (contained in Chapters 731-735, Fla. Stat.) and the Florida Rules of Probate Procedure, the term “interested person” is frequently used for purposes of deciding a number of important rights or obligations. In many instances, only an...


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