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 ›
Pursuant to the Florida Rules of Probate Procedure an interested person has 30 days to object to a Final Accounting and Petition for Discharge within thirty (30) days after service […]Read more ›
Obviously the words contained in a last will and testament have significant impact. Countless books in law libraries are filled with cases centered on determining the intent of the deceased […]Read more ›
In Florida, if a loved one has passed away while residing in a rental property, the heirs of the estate and surviving family members may be frustrated to learn that […]Read more ›
One of the most common tools used to take advantage of the elderly in Florida is the Power of Attorney document. This document, once executed by an individual (the Principal) […]Read more ›
Florida law provides a procedural and statutory guide which sets for the rights/powers and obligations of an Executor in the State of Florida. In the State of Florida, an Executor […]Read more ›
One of the most common questions I receive from folks is simply “What is probate court?” Probate is the court-supervised process of distributing the assets of an individual, referred to […]Read more ›
Often times in Florida we see heirs or beneficiaries who realize that they have a share of a probate estate but for their own estate planning purposes, for taxes or […]Read more ›
If your reading this article, chances are you may have received the statutorily required notice to claimaints with an interest in surplus funds subsequent to a Tax Deed sale. The […]Read more ›
A common scenario in Florida Trust litigation occurs when a settlor creates a trust in Florida but the trustee is out of state. Questions arise as to the proper jurisdiction […]Read more ›
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