Florida Probate Lawyer Blog
Our Florida probate attorneys post blogs on a wide variety of topics including how to file state and federal estate and income tax returns, deal with creditors, and distribute assets according to the Florida law. Read our latest blogs and contact us today if you would like to speak with a Florida probate lawyer to receive more information. We represent clients in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Naples, Punta Gorda and the surrounding cities.
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A Will can be rescinded if testator executed it based on irrational belief If the testator or testatrix (male or female person who executes a will) changes their will because of a spontaneous conception and acceptance of a fact which has no basis in fact except in the imagination of the individual, and the individual persistently adheres to the belief despite all evidence and reason then the court may revoke the will by ruling that the individuals belief was an insane delusion.
Formal Notice in Probate Requires Informed Response You are the beneficiary in a probate proceeding and you receive a document from the probate attorney via certified mail. Do you need to take any action?
Common Signs of Undue Influence Undue influence - what are the signs? To know what it is, you need to know the signs.
Adversarial Probate Proceedings Probate litigation often involves “adversarial proceedings.” Many people do not understand how “adversarial proceedings” operate within a probate proceeding. However, understanding how adversarial proceedings work will help you to understand your case.