When you lose a loved one, the last thing you want to deal with is a probate dispute. But unfortunately, these disputes are all too common. If you're facing a probate dispute in Florida, you need an experienced attorney on your side.
The Florida probate litigation lawyers
at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin have years of experience handling all types of probate disputes. We understand how difficult this time can be for you, and we'll do everything we can to help you resolve your dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If you're involved in a probate dispute, don't hesitate to call the Florida probate litigation attorneys
at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin today. You can reach us at 800-337-7755 or through our chat agents for a free consultation.
Common types of Probate disputes
There are various probate lawsuits we can handle in Florida. These include:
- Will contests
- Trust disputes
- Beneficiary disputes
- Executor/administrator removal actions
We know the Florida probate process and can help you navigate the system efficiently. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
How can you contest a will in Florida?
If you believe that a will is invalid or was created under fraudulent circumstances, you can contest it in Florida. This often involves filing a probate lawsuit and gathering evidence to prove your case. If successful, the court may declare the will invalid and redistribute the deceased's assets accordingly.
To learn more about Florida will contests and how our probate litigation lawyers can help, contact us today. We offer free consultations to help you understand your legal options and make informed decisions about how to proceed.
What are common reasons a will may be invalid?
Some of the most common reasons a will may be invalid in Florida include:
- Lack of capacity or testamentary intent
- Fraud or duress
- Improper execution or signing process
- Undue influence
If you believe that one of these factors may have played a role in your loved one's will or account beneficiary designations, it's important to work with an experienced probate lawyer who can review your case and help you take appropriate legal action. At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we have years of experience handling Florida probate disputes and can help you navigate this complex process. Contact us today for more information.
What is Elective Share Distribution in Florida?
Elective share distribution is a type of Florida probate law that allows certain beneficiaries to claim a portion of the estate even if they have been excluded from the will. Under these laws, spouses may have the right to obtain up to 30% of the deceased's estate, regardless of whether or not they were named as beneficiaries in their will.
If you are facing an elective share dispute, it's important to work with an experienced Florida probate lawyer who can help you understand your legal rights and options.
Can an ex-spouse make a claim to life insurance or the Will?
In Florida, an ex-spouse is generally not entitled to any portion of the life insurance policy or estate if they are divorced from the insured at the time of death. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. For example, if the ex-spouse is named as a beneficiary in the policy or will, they may be entitled to receive those benefits depending on when the policy or will was executed, or the language in the document.
If you are facing a dispute over life insurance
or other benefits after a divorce, it's important to work with an experienced Florida probate lawyer who can help you understand your legal rights and options.
What can you do if someone changed their will, but didn't have capacity to do so?
If you believe that someone changed their will without adequate mental capacity, such as due to dementia or other cognitive impairment, you may have grounds to contest the will in Florida.
To learn more about Florida will contests and how our probate litigation lawyers can help, contact us today. We offer free consultations to help you understand your legal options and make informed decisions about how to proceed. With the right representation on your side, you can pursue fair treatment of your loved one's estate and protect their best interests at all times.
Contingency Fee Probate Litigation Lawyers in Florida
You should not have to worry about how you will afford probate litigation representation in Florida. At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we can work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will only owe us attorney's fees and costs if we are successful in recovering compensation for you.
To learn more about our contingency fee arrangements and how we can help with your Florida probate dispute, contact us today. We offer free consultations so that you can learn more about your legal rights and options without any obligation to move forward with our firm. Let us put our years of experience handling Florida probate cases to work for you today.