Having an Interpreter at Your Florida Trial
If you need an interpreter at a Florida trial or hearing you should follow the Florida rules of judicial administration.
Having an interpreter at your Florida trial or a hearing. Hello my name is John Pankauski, I’m a litigation attorney with Pankauski Hauser in West Palm Beach. The trial lawyers and appellate attorneys at Pankauski Hauser handle trials, disputes and appeals regarding estates, trusts, guardianship and related business and commercial disputes. Now, have you ever been involved in a lawsuit or some type of dispute where you have a court filed case maybe a complain, maybe there is a probate and somebody doesn’t speak English. You might need an interpreter. If you need an interpreter for your Florida Probate or your estate lawsuit don’t forget the Florida rules of judicial administration. Specifically, think about rule 2.560. Why do I say that? The rules of judicial administration are sometimes overlooked and they shouldn’t be. A lot of those rules deal with things like case management, e-filing and the use of an interpreters. They help us with litigation and certain procedural elements of hearings, court appearances and trials.