Litigation Under Florida Probate Code
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Turn to this manual when a probate matter appears headed toward litigation. Leading Florida probate practitioners will guide you through the complex issues that arise in probate such as homestead, will construction proceedings, creditors' claims, and compensation disputes.
The Thirteenth Edition of Litigation Under Florida Probate Code discusses numerous recent statutory and rules changes and reflects the latest case law. This new edition also incorporates discussions of hot topics including:
- Florida slayer statutes expanded to cover abuse, neglect, exploitation, or aggravated manslaughter of an elderly person or disabled adults.
- The new Florida Community Property Trust Act went into effect July 1, 2021, and is codified in F.S. 736.1501–736.1512.
- A new amendment to F.S. 733.6171 added a disclosure requirement for attorneys intending to rely on a percentage-based method of compensation.
- Remote technology for jury trials began testing due to backlog in the Florida court system due to COVID-19.
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The ISBN for the 12th Edition was 9781522195313.
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Table of contents
1. Procedural Considerations
Sean Kelley, Shane Kelley, and Jenna Rubin
2. Intestate Succession
Michael D. Simon, William T. Hennessey, John C. Moran, and Jamison C. Evert
3. Will And Trust Contests
George F. Wilsey and Steven M. Wilsey
4. Rights Of The Surviving Family
Amy B. Beller and Jorja M. Williams
5. Jointly Held Assets
W. Fletcher Belcher
6. Creditors' Claims
Pamela O. Price
7. Will Construction
Michael D. Simon, William T. Hennessey, John C. Moran, and Christine B. Sweet
8. Homestead Litigation
Brian J. Felcoski and Jon Scuderi
9. Removal Of Personal Representative And Surcharge
J. Grier Pressly, III and James G. Pressly, Jr.
10. Jury Trials In Probate
Nicklaus J. Curley and Elizabeth A. Bowers
11. Compensation Disputes
Jeffrey S. Goethe and Andre R. Perron
12. Wrongful Death Claims
Eve A. Bouchard and Charles Ian Nash
13. Tortious Interference In Estate Planning
W. Fletcher Belcher
14. Appellate Practice In Probate
Robin I. Bresky and Jeremy S. Dicker