In the context of a Florida probate dispute, asserting “undue influence” is a way of attempting to invalidate a last will and testament. It is normally claimed by someone who is not a beneficiary of a will but believes they should be, or by a beneficiary who believes he is entitled to more than what the will provides – in other words, by someone who […]
Mediation is a dispute resolution process in which a neutral third party, known as the mediator, attempts to help you resolve your probate dispute through voluntary negotiations. Although a mediator cannot order you to resolve your dispute, a court can order you to at least participate in mediation. In a probate dispute, it is a pretty good bet that the court will order mediation.
If you do […]
Probating the assets of a deceased property owner can be a tricky and complex process, especially for large estates. It can get even trickier when more than one legal system is involved. This might happen if, for example, a Colorado resident dies owning property in both Colorado and Florida or if a citizen of Canada dies leaving property located in Jacksonville.
Under these circumstances:
- you may need […]
Skilled Florida Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys
Probate can be a lengthy and complicated process. In order to manage the competing interests in an estate, including beneficiaries and creditors, and ensure that the assets of the estate are handled properly – a personal representative is typically appointed to manage the estate and the probate process.
Often times the appointment of a personal representative is without […]
Florida Experienced Probate Attorneys
If you’re the executor of someone’s estate in Florida, you probably have questions about the probate process. You may be feeling overwhelmed. Facing the probate process can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never done it before, and even more so if you’re reeling from the loss of someone close to you.
Jacksonville Probate Attorneys Can Help
Understanding the probate process can be overwhelming. We’ve […]