Florida Probate litigation that entails adversary proceedings is more common than you think. Some adversary probate litigation is settled or there are no objections filed as in most cases when a spouse files a Petition to Determine Elective Share or when probating a lost Will or copy of an original Will. For other adversary probate proceedings, probate litigation can be costly and deplete most, if not all, the estate assets. There are times when an adversary proceeding is necessary and therefore, probate litigation is required.
Do you need to file an adversary probate proceeding? You may contact Probate Litigation Attorney Thomas Upchurch at (386) 272-7445 for a consultation.
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