Blogs from July, 2011

|

Florida Probate Litigation

Probate litigation often involves a will contest. Probate litigation is also a term used to describe a challenge to trust because trust disputes in Florida are litigated in the probate court.  Probate litigation, trust contests, and Florida will contest are some of the most hotly-contested areas of the law, used by surviving family members to correct an array of injustices.

Probate litigation is a broad concept that may include challenging:

  1. the validity of a Last Will and Testament;
  2. a provision within the Last Will and Testament;
  3. the terms of a Trust;
  4. the validity of a person’s other estate planning documents;
  5. the appointment of a personal representative (known in some states as an “executor”);
  6. the actions of a personal representative; or
  7. an elective share.

Our law firm concentrates its practice on Florida probate litigation.  Visit our website www.florida-probate-lawyer.com for a detailed reference on most probate and trust litigation topics.

Categories: 

Most Recent Posts from July, 2011