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The Guide to Ancillary Probate Administration

Under Florida law, when someone who owns assets in Florida passes away while residing in another state or country, the Florida property cannot be distributed through an out-of-state probate proceeding. Instead, a process called ancillary probate administration is required to pass ownership of the Florida assets to the deceased’s heirs or beneficiaries.  What is Probate …

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What Is a Probate Adversary Proceeding?

Under the Florida Probate Rules, some disputes that arise during the administration of an estate are considered adversary proceedings. Probate adversary proceedings differ from a standard formal probate administration. They concern conflicts or contested matters that are related to the formal administration of the estate, but are technically outside of the scope of the administration …

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Can You Revoke Probate?

It happens more than you would think: a court preliminarily admits a will for probate before some family members even know it has been filed and before they have had an opportunity to contest it. There are a variety of reasons a will can be contested. Perhaps someone exercised undue influence over your deceased loved …

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Trust, Estate and Probate Litigation Firm RMO LLP Expands to Miami

August 10, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Los Angeles-based trust, estate and probate litigation firm RMO LLP has expanded to the East Coast with the opening of a Miami office helmed by veteran litigator Brian Levin, the firm announced this week. “It’s serendipity that we launched the operation at this time of greater need, but it’s …

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