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 ›
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 ›
Florida Will and Trust Contests Part I: An Overview Unfortunately a testator’s last wishes or estate plan can be simply eviscerated though the actions of unscrupulous characters in their lives. […]Read more ›
We hear from many heirs and beneficiaries who are unhappy with the administration of their Probate for a variety of reasons. In Florida, as an heir or beneficiary, or any […]Read more ›
Death and Taxes, famously inevitable and often quite brutal on the un-seasoned Florida executor or Personal Representative dealing with a probate. In this article we provide a brief overview of […]Read more ›
Frequently we deal with Florida Probates where an heir or a beneficiary is unable to be found. If you have a Florida Probate Administration where a beneficiary or an heir […]Read more ›
When thinking about your estate planning options, it is important to know the backdrop upon which your decisions will be made. If you die without a will, the State of […]Read more ›
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