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Practice Under Florida Probate Code

A practitioner's guide to the Florida Probate Code with a complete analysis of steps you must take to administer an estate in Florida.

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Written by skilled probate attorneys, Practice Under Florida Probate Code provides comprehensive analysis of all the steps that you need to take to administer an estate in Florida. It features discussions of major changes to the Probate Code made over the past few years, alerts the user to recent changes to the Florida Probate Rules, and also highlights relevant tax considerations. Forms, sample accountings, and charts for basic probate practice enhance the book's practitioner focus. 

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CONTENTS

Chapter 1   Important Preliminary Administration Issues
Jennifer L. Griffin and Deborah Packer Goodall

Chapter 2   Practice And Procedure
Robert F. Iseley, Jr.

Chapter 3   Jurisdiction
James A. Herb and Jay L. Kauffman

Chapter 4   Functions Of Lawyers And Personal Representatives
Shane J. Kelley

Chapter 5   Initial Steps In Probate And Administration
Randall L. Marker

Chapter 6   Inventory And Appraisal
Rose M. La Femina

Chapter 7   Elective Share
Daniel A. Hanley, William T. Hennessey, and Christina Papanikos

Chapter 8   Creditors' Claims And Family Allowance
Frank T. Pilotte

Chapter 9   Management Of Decedent’s Property
Frank T. Adams and Daniel K. Capes

Chapter 10   Sales And Transfers Of Estate Assets
Tami F. Conetta

Chapter 11   Determination Of Beneficiaries And Their Interests
Pamela O. Price

Chapter 12   Fiduciary Accountings
Sandra Graham Sheets and Craig A. Mundy

Chapter 13   Partial Distributions
Pamela O. Price

Chapter 14   Final Distribution And Discharge
Jeffrey S. Goethe

Chapter 15   Compensation Of Personal Representatives And Attorneys And Other Expenses Of Administration
Rohan Kelley

Chapter 16   Curators
Robert F. Iseley, Jr.

Chapter 17   Ancillary Administration
Robert A. Dawkins and Kateena E. Manners

Chapter 18   Small Estates And Summary Proceedings
Frank T. Pilotte

Chapter 19   Homestead And Exempt Personal Property
Tae Kelley Bronner and Rohan Kelley

Chapter 20   Pitfalls In Estate Administration — A View From The Bench
Hon. Mark A. Speiser and Alexandra V. Rieman

Chapter 21   Probate Litigation
Rohan Kelley

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