Florida Probate Litigation: Compensating the Attorney for the Personal Representative
What should my West Palm Beach probate litigator know about Florida Statute 733.6171? Is the Palm Beach estate lawyer getting paid more than they should? How much should the estate lawyer, or the probate litigator representing the personal representative, be compensated? According to Florida law, what are reasonable fees for the estate lawyer to obtain?
John Pankauski, managing partner at Pankauski Hauser PLLC is experienced with representing clients in probate trials regarding attorneys fees. In fact, John Pankauski, and his colleague Alex Briggs, spent the entire day in trial yesterday, February 23, 2017, arguing this issue in front of Judge Coates in Delray Beach, FL. After a full day of calling witnesses and presenting evidence, they now wait for the judges ruling. Aggressive probate litigation lawyers, like John Pankauski and Alex Briggs, frequently fight for their clients in court. To read more about the compensation of the personal representative of a Palm Beach estate, you need to read Florida Statute 733.6171.
If you need a Florida trial lawyer to fight for you in court, please consider interviewing Pankauski Hauser by calling (561)514-0900 Ext.101