Probate litigation is an area where our attorneys represent beneficiaries, personal representatives and creditors in all aspects of probate litigation in the State of Florida.
Probate litigation is usually started by a beneficiary or other interested person after receipt of a Notice of Administration provided by the Personal Representative. The Notice of Administration directs that an action to challenge the appointment of the Personal Representative or the probate of the Will must be started within 90 days.
Our Firm handles probate litigation for clients living in Florida, elsewhere in the United States or internationally for the following matters:
- Will Contests
- Homestead Issues
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty Actions
- Enforcement of Rights to Collect a Spouse’s Elective Share
- Distribution of Bank Accounts or other assets held in the deceased’s individual name
If you have a question about Florida estate planning, probate, guardianship, and trust administration, as well as probate, guardianship and trust litigation, will and trust contests, incapacity proceedings, family law, prenuptial agreements, real estate closings and real estate litigation, please call Attorney Clifford Hark at (561) 995-1800 or send us an e-mail for a free initial consultation. If you have received a Notice of Administration involving a Florida Estate and have questions, please contact us.