Real Estate & Financial Asset Litigation
Our firm has the knowledge and experience necessary to handle your Real Estate & Financial Asset Litigation needs. We concentrate on Real Estate and Financial Asset Litigation services that include litigating ownership to the following assets: real estate, deeds, life insurance policies, bank accounts, brokerage accounts, stock certificates, beneficiary designation forms, convenience accounts, joint accounts, pay on death accounts, and certificates of deposit. The causes of action involved in many lawsuits over ownership to real estate and financial assets include the following: Fraud, Undue Influence, Lack of Mental Capacity, Rescission, Declaratory Judgment, Constructive Trust, Resulting Trust, Civil Theft, Breach of Contract, Eviction, Ejectment, Waste, Unjust Enrichment, Promissory Estoppel, Intentional Interference with an Expectancy of Inheritance, Financial Exploitation, and Abuse of the Elderly.
- 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?