Florida Probate Code Manual
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For probate coverage you can trust, turn to this analytical treatise on the methods and problems of estate administration and guardianship laws in Florida. The Florida Probate Code Manual provides complete coverage of probate and estate administration:
• Rights of heirs and beneficiaries
• Creditors' rights
• Will contests
• Fiduciary duties and responsibilities
• Appointment of a personal representative
• Appointment of a guardian
• The guardian as fiduciary.
Includes a full set of FLSSI practice forms for probate and guardianship.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Intestate Succession
Chapter 2 Wills: Execution, Revocation, Contents
Chapter 3 Constructional Problems
Chapter 4 Rights of the Surviving Spouse
Chapter 5 Rights of the Decedent's Children
Chapter 6 Rights of Remote Successors
Chapter 7 Creditor's Rights
Chapter 8 Methods of Administration
Chapter 9 Beginning Formal Administration
Chapter 10 Will Contests
Chapter 11 Notice
Chapter 12 Appointment and Removal of Personal Representative
Chapter 13 The Personal Representative as a Fiduciary
Chapter 14 Distribution of the Estate
Chapter 15 Compensation
Chapter 16 Closing the Estate
Chapter 17 Ancillary Administration
Chapter 18 Probate Forms
Chapter 19 Appointment and Removal of Guardians
Chapter 20 The Guardian as a Fiduciary
Chapter 21 Guardianship Forms
Florida Guardianship Statutes
Florida Probate Code
Florida Probate Rules
Miscellaneous Florida Statutes
Table of Cases