Probate Litigation Services
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What is Probate Litigation?
Probate litigation involves the process of taking a probate case to court. This typically occurs in cases where the last will and testament of the deceased is being challenged by an involved party. Court proceedings may also be required when appointing a personal representative. Your probate attorney represents you in court and disputes all claims against or in favor of the last will. The outcome will be decided based on the proceedings and which party proves their case most effectively.
Probate Litigation Lawyers Near You
If you or your family members are facing or initiating a contested probate, call our probate litigation lawyers today! We have taken hundreds of cases to probate court and are available to provide expert legal counsel and representation. Together, we can discuss the facts of your case and determine the best course of action. We work tirelessly to ensure that all probate proceedings run smoothly and that our clients achieve the best possible outcome. Your best interest is our top priority. With offices in several major cities throughout the state of Florida, we have the experience and network to best serve our clients. Review our service areas and find an office near you!
Why Choose Florida Probates?
Our probate litigation lawyers have several years of experience providing legal advice and court representation for probate cases. Our attorneys are well-versed in probate law and take every measure possible to protect our clients. Through mutual respect, attention to detail, and a consultative approach, we work with clients to achieve the best possible outcome in every case. Estate planning and probate can be a daunting and complicated process – you don’t have to face it alone. Contact our probate law firm by phone, e-mail, or contact form to request a consultation.