When is “failure to exhaust probate remedies” properly asserted as an affirmative defense to a tortious interference with an expectancy action? The answer is almost never. (Click here for information about the tort action.)
The Dewitt v. Duce, 408_So.2d_216, (Fla. 1981), holding
How long does a creditor have to file a claim in the probate estate?
Many clients ask how long it takes for an estate to be completely administered. The answer is: it depends. One of the several factors that will affect
As we’ve previously written about on this blog, while one of the pleading requirements for a Will Contest or Trust Contest in Florida is a general allegation in the complaint that the contestant renounces any benefit he or she receives