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A Call For Help from the Probate Bar to the Psychology Clinicians
The dramatic increase of cases challenging the validity of wills based on the deficient mental capacity of the person making the will has been measured, verified, and commented on
Do I Have a Case? (Part Four)
As I have indicated in prior posts, there are certain categories of evidence that I look for in order to prove undue influence, which has been defined by Florida courts as conduct amounting to
Fourth District Opinion Suggests Attorney Fee Petitions Are Subject to De Novo Review: An examination of Section 733.106 fee petitions and Duncombe v. Adderly, –So.2d–, 2008 WL 4489234, 33 Fla.L. Weekly D2367a (4th DCA October 8, 2008).
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Do I Have a Case? (Part Three)
As I have indicated in prior posts, there are certain categories of evidence that I look for in order to prove undue influence and then the case develops and follows the facts that are
WILL CONTEST FLORIDA
Proving Incapacity: How Can You Determine Whether Dementia Played a Role in the Will Change? Tested Methods for a Challenging Evidentiary Task
In an earlier blog, I reminded readers that Florida is home to the nation’s largest geriatric population,
Is Florida legislation needed to address the presence of undue influence in trust revocation situations involving vulnerable elderly adults?
It is no secret that Florida is home to a geriatric population, many of whom are vulnerable to exploitation due to the