St. Petersburg and Clearwater Probate and Estate Litigation

Probate litigation encompasses all forms of contested matters arising in a probate matter.Probate litigation encompasses all forms of contested matters arising in a probate matter. Some of the contested issues in Florida probate law include the validity of the decedent’s last will and testament; construing the terms of an ambiguous will; spousal share election under the elective share statute; pretermitted spouse and child issues; excessive fiduciary or attorneys’ fees; creditor claims; breach of fiduciary duty by the personal representative; improper accountings; recovery of estate assets and a plethora of other potential issues involving wills and trusts. Because the law is continually changing, it is always best to consult an attorney about your legal rights and responsibilities in your particular case.

BaskinFleece was named one of the Best Law Firms in US News & World Report’s 2014 rankings, receiving a tier two distinction for the Tampa metro area in the field of trusts Best law firm awardand estates litigation. Firms included in the list are recognized for “professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers.” Selection is based on lawyer and client evaluations, peer review from leading attorneys, and review of additional information provided by the law firm. To be eligible, firms must also have at least one lawyer listed in the 19th edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

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