FL Probate Blog
Posts Tagged: wills
Mistakes happen all the time when people are making their estate planning documents. The law is designed to provide fair remedies and solutions for families and loved ones who are victimized by an honest mistake by the deceased relative.
I’m always curious to see how remote the conclusion of a case involving application of a probate rule is to the legislative intent of the rule at the time of it becomes law. One such case recently surfaced in New
The legal process of proving before a court of competent jurisdiction that a document offered as the last will and testament of a deceased person is genuine. In addition to proving a will, it is the process of appointing an executor (sometimes
Florida Homestead Law
About Face by Third District Court of Appeals Advances Creditors Claims to Constitutionally-Protected Homestead Property: General Direction to Pay Estate Taxes Trumps Constitutional Homestead Protections.
In a surprising reversal, the Third District Court of Appeals on Tuesday, September 3,