Appealing Your Florida Probate Case
Was There an Erroneous View on the Law based upon the abuse of discretion standard?
Appealing your Florida Probate case. An erroneous view of the law may get you another bite at the apple. If you’re involved in a probate, estate or a trust case, was there an in an erroneous view
of the law. You know many times trial courts, probate courts, when judges make rulings they’re reviewed on appeal and that standard of review can can vary depending on the matter that’s before
the appellate court. Many times a court, a trial court, or a probate court will be subject to the abuse of discretion standard of review. Did the trial court or the probate court judge abuse their
discretion and if somebody just gets the law wrong, what they call an erroneous view of the law that’s abuse of discretion that’s error subject to reversal.
There’s a recent case that discusses this issue. It’s a February 20th 2019 case from Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal, the Federal Express corporation versus Sims case you can read that free of charge by going to the Fourth District Court of Appeal website, click on opinions and scrolling down and reading it.