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Florida Appeals and Motions for Rehearing

Uncategorized Apr 3, 2019
post about Florida Appeals and Motions for Rehearing

A Fourth DCA opinion, McKenzie v. McKenzie, discusses motions for rehearing.  Although this is not a Florida probate case, probate attorneys encounter cases involving motion for rehearings, just like divorce lawyers do.  Here, was there new evidence presented to justify a motion for rehearing? Why would a Florida judge grant a motion for rehearing in a Florida probate or divorce case? What should West Palm Beach litigation lawyers know about these motions? How can a motion for rehearing prove to be beneficial to a client in some cases? Should I ask my Palm Beach estate lawyer whether a motion for rehearing is needed in my case? If you have received an unfavorable judgment in your Florida trust and estates case, you may want to consult with an experience probate lawyer to see if a motion for rehearing would be possible. To interview Pankauski Hauser, free of charge, call (561)514-0900 ext. 101. To read McKenzie v. McKenzie in its entirety, click here.