Appealing Florida Trust: Administration Matters
If you’re involved in the administration of a trust, such as being a trustee or being a beneficiary of the trust, and you don’t like something that’s going on, maybe you’re a beneficiary and you don’t like the decision the trustee made, what can you do? Well, when a beneficiary and a trustee disagree, you have to go to probate court. You need to file a trust lawsuit. That judge is going to decide that. If you don’t like that result and an error of law was made, you may be able to appeal that trust lawsuit to the appellate court that will rule on your trust lawsuit.
But be cautious. You should be thinking about appeals during the trial. Waiting until the end of the trial to begin thinking about a trust appeal is too late.