Our firm has the knowledge and experience necessary to handle your Guardianship Litigation needs. We concentrate on Guardianship Litigation services that include the following: Contested Petitions to Determine Incapacity, Contested Petitions for Appointment of Guardian, Petitions to Remove a Guardian, Petitions to Surcharge a Guardian, Breach of Fiduciary Duty Actions, Objections to Initial Inventory, Objections to Initial Plan, Objections to Annual Accounting, Objections to Annual Plan, and Objections to Final Accounting.
- How do I dispute a trust?
- How long do I have to file a will contest case in Florida?
- How may a trust be invalid?
- I am concerned that the estate administrator is improperly distributing assets. How can I ensure that the estate is being administered correctly?
- If I successfully bring a will contest case, can I get the estate to pay my attorney’s fees?
- What are the grounds for contesting a will?
- What are the signs of undue influence?
- What duties does a trustee have to the beneficiaries?
- What happens if the personal representative fails to perform his or her duty?
- What happens when a will contest case results in the will being declared invalid or void?
- What is a presumption of undue influence in Florida?
- What is Dementia and how is it related to Alzheimer’s Disease?
- What is required to show lack of capacity?
- What is the effect of senility on a will’s validity?
- What is the law in Florida on enforcing a no contest clause in a will?
- What is undue influence?
- When can I challenge a will?
- Who has the burden of proof in a will contest case?
- Can a will be challenged if it was not signed properly?
- Can an executor or trustee be removed?
- Can a will be challenged if the testator was in hospice care at the time the will was made?
- Can a will be challenged if the maker was suffering from Dementia or Alzheimer’s?