Category: Probate

Probate Issues: Lack of Capacity

Tue Nov 16, 2021 | Probate |

In order for a will to be considered valid, Florida law has several requirements such as the following:  The will must be in writing It must be signed by the person making the will It must be signed by and in the presence of two witnesses If your will fails […]

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Revisions or Multiple Wills? You May Need a Boca Raton Probate Litigation Attorney

Fri Oct 15, 2021 | Probate |

When it comes to probate, most discussions assume that there is only one will under consideration. However, it is not uncommon for people to die with multiple wills or a will that has been significantly amended. In these situations, there can be considerable disagreement over which will is valid, the […]

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Three Reasons Why You Should Consider Working with a Boca Raton Probate Attorney

Fri Aug 27, 2021 | Probate |

When an estate is admitted to probate, one of the first things that happen is a personal representative is appointed by the court. This is typically the person named in the will to act as the personal representative of the estate, and they are often a friend, family member, or […]

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Paying the Bills: Creditor Claims in Florida Probate Cases

Wed Jun 30, 2021 | Probate |

The probate process serves two main purposes: (1) the transfer of the estate assets to the beneficiaries; and (2) the orderly payment of claims held by creditors against the estates. For many, the transfer of assets often overshadows the payment of creditors’ claims even though creditors’ claims must be paid […]

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