Federal Lawsuits over Florida trusts.
Check to see if your trust lawsuit and your beneficiary rights are better off in front of a jury in Federal court.
Federal Lawsuits over Florida trusts. Do you have Federal case regarding your Florida trust. Well, you just may. Most people think of Florida Trust lawsuits being in a state court but the truth is you are not necessarily limited to a state court. Have you considered going to Federal court and filing a Federal lawsuit regarding your trust. If you are a beneficiary and somebody has done something wrong, to your trust like concealed things, hid things, didn’t tell you about things or misappropriated or misused those trust assets, can you go to Federal Court? Now, generally speaking, the Marshall case from the United States Supreme Court says that there is a probate exception that says probate matters should be handled by state courts but that is a probate matter. Probate matters are different than trust matters. Now sometimes they are very closely related but don’t let somebody tell you that your trust lawsuit can’t go to Federal court necessarily. There maybe reasons why your Florida trust lawsuit can’t go to Federal court. For any number of reasons including you don’t have the jurisdiction requirements to get it there. But if you are involved in a trust lawsuit or your thinking of filing one, ask your trust litigation lawyer who handles federal court as well as state court lawsuits all the time if your lawsuit and your beneficiary rights are better off in front of a jury in Federal court.