How Do I Object to the Florida Will?
How do I object to a Florida will? If a will has been filed, you’ve probably received a petition for administration or a notice of administration and you need to be very, very careful. If you want to object to a will, if you want to engage in a will challenge or a will contest, you may only have three months to do so. It depends on a number of factors, but the statute of limitations for that is amazingly short. You need to get in the game, hire an estate litigator, and file the necessary paperwork with the probate court. If you don’t do it within that time frame, you may never be able to do it.