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Written by | January 24, 2015

Florida Probate litigation that entails adversary proceedings is more common than you think. Some adversary probate litigation is settled or there are no

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Written by | June 24, 2014

For the most part, the answer is “No.” If intestate heirs stipulate to the submission of affidavits in lieu of testimony then in

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Written by | June 04, 2014

Probate lawyer Thomas Upchurch can assist you with probate administration if you have been named a personal representative of an estate. Source: Posts

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Written by | May 09, 2014

There is more to being a Personal Representative than meets the eye. As I mentioned in my recent blog Personal Representative Liability, there

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Written by | April 28, 2014

There are various forms of evidence in a Will contest or Trust litigation matter. There is parol evidence, which is oral testimony from

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Written by | March 16, 2014

Under most circumstances, a spouse has a higher preference in the selection process for the appointment of a personal representative as long as

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