Florida Trust Litigation and Formal Notice
If you have a revocable trusts or living trusts and you are wondering what will happen after you die and that trust is still in existence
Florida Trust Litigation and Formal Notice, what do you need to know.
Hello, my name is John Pankauski, with Pankauski Hauser.
The lawyers at Pankauski Hauser, we don’t write estate plans or draft wills and trusts but we do litigate. We handle disputes, trials and appeals involving wills, trusts and estates. Many of you have revocable trusts or living trusts and you are probably wondering what will happen after you die and that trust is still in existence. You can read even more about that in a very recent 4th District Court of Appeal trust appeal case issued here in Palm Beach County. The case is Wolf vs Doll, it was issued on Nov 15th 2017 and you can read it free of charge by going to the 4th District Court of Appeal website, clicking on opinions, scrolling down by date and the name of the case. Why should you read this case? If you are involved in a Probate case and their is a question involving formal notice under the Florida Probate Rules, read Wolf vs. Doll. If you are involved in Florida Trust Litigation matter, a trust contest, read Wolf vs. Doll. If you are involved in a issue involving summary administration, which is a very special type of Probate administration in Florida, consider reading Wolf vs. Doll. It discusses these matters and there issues that your Florida Probate Litigation Attorney, your trust lawyer will want to know about.