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Tag Archives: Fort Myers Probate Litigation Lawyers


When Can Someone Be Declared Legally Dead in Florida?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

The administration of a Florida probate estate can only begin once the person in question is deceased. That seems like common sense. But how does Florida law address cases where an individual is missing and presumed dead but there is no body or other concrete proof of death? Under Section 731.103 of the Florida… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Summary Administration in Florida

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Florida probate is the process by which property is transferred from a deceased individual (the decedent) to his or her beneficiaries. A formal probate administration can take several months–even years–depending on the complexity of the decedent’s estate. However, in some cases Florida law provides for a simplified probate process known as summary administration. Here… Read More »

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Will Adding My Child to My House Deed Help Avoid Probate?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

A common estate planning goal for many Florida residents is keeping a home or other real property within the family. There are a number of options to accomplish this objective. You can simply leave the property to a family member in your last will and testament. But this means the home will need to… Read More »

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Challenging Tortious Interference in a Florida Will or Trust

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Florida probate litigation frequently arises when one or more parties contest the validity of a decedent’s will or trust. Consider a situation where a decedent makes last minute changes to her will, substituting one beneficiary for another. The former beneficiary may have reason to suspect that the new beneficiary procured the new will through… Read More »

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