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Written by | January 11, 2017

What is a Widow’s Elective Share in Florida? Florida elective share law is intended to protect a surviving spouse who has been disinherited

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Written by | February 14, 2016

It depends upon whether or not the court-appointed Guardian has violated any of the 21 reasons to remove a Guardian under section 744.474,

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Written by | January 08, 2016

First, the Personal Representative Attorney would determine which assets are probatable. For instance, if there was a homestead that the decedent still claimed

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Written by | November 07, 2015

In a 2015 Nebraska case, an attorney-in-fact sold real estate prior to the decedent’s death in order to obtain a one-third share of

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Written by | November 02, 2015

"In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are

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Written by | October 04, 2015

Timeliness of filing creditor’s claims is crucial. Otherwise, a creditor may be forever barred from filing a claim against the decedent’s estate. In

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