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Category Archives: Probate Litigation

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Disputing a Life Insurance Beneficiary

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

You and your husband were married for 10 years before he died. This was his second marriage. When he died, he had a life insurance policy, but instead of naming you as the beneficiary, the policy lists his ex-wife. He never updated the policy after marrying you. This can be a frustrating situation. You… Read More »

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Common Probate Issues

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

In an ideal world, everything would go smoothly when a loved one died. The person would have a will or trust in place, everything would be divided fairly among family members and everyone would be able to move on with their lives quickly. However, this is rarely the case. Family members often get quite… Read More »

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Florida’s Inheritance Laws

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Whether you plan to retire in Florida and want to better understand Florida’s inheritance laws so you can be sure your heirs can access your estate with as little trouble as possible or you are the heir to a deceased loved one’s Florida estate, it is essential that you understand Florida’s inheritance laws. The… Read More »

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Contesting Estate Administration Over Breach of Fiduciary Duties

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When a friend or family member passes away, the last thing anyone wants to do is hash out estate legalities in court. In fact, surviving loved ones often frown upon those who contest a will or estate administration for this very reason, and anyone who raises an issue with the estate is often viewed… Read More »

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Not Just Anyone Can Challenge a Will in Florida – Here is What You Need to Know

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Challenging a will is never fun, and it is certainly not easy, but in certain situations, it is necessary. Though grounds for challenging a will vary from state to state, it is safe to assume that if a will was not signed in accordance with state laws, that the testator lacked the capacity to… Read More »

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