Florida probate administration has statutory rules governing what should happen if there are simply not enough assets to pay all the distributions identified in an estate. These statutory rules are […]Read more ›
A recurring problem in Florida real estate transactions is an invalid conveyance or sale because of the failure to understand Florida’s restrictions as to the sale of a homestead property […]Read more ›
Many of our Clients have loved ones who have passed away in Florida but they themselves are residents of a foreign state. In this type of scenario, it is important […]Read more ›
The creation of a Last Will and Testament is a tool to alter your estate plan from the default rules of succession. If you happen to pass away without having […]Read more ›
What is a Petition for Administration In a Florida probate proceeding if you have not initiated the case, you may be surprised to receive, typically via US certified mail return […]Read more ›
During the course of handling probate administrations, estate planning and contested adversarial probate cases throughout Florida, one dark and recurring theme has continued to arise. Claims of exploitation and elderly […]Read more ›
Although Hurricane Irma was less damaging than first anticipated, it has caused major damage throughout the state. Many families were left with property damage and no power. Tree limbs, heavy […]Read more ›
Florida Law has a mechanism for the establishment of paternity testing. Fla. Stat. §742.12 provides a framework for the evidentiary use of paternity testing. Importantly, Florida law requires a written […]Read more ›
A recurring source of litigation in Florida revolves around the rights of buyers and sellers operating under an “As Is” contract for sale of residential property. […]Read more ›
Most insurance policies provide that an insurance company maintains the right to take an “Examination Under Oath” or EUO of its insured(s) as a pre-condition to extending coverage. The Examinations […]Read more ›
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