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Probate Litigation

Probate litigation may arise when disputes exist during the administration of estates or when a will is offered for probate.

When disputes arise during the probate process, you need a law firm that has the experience necessary to handle these matters. At the Pankauski Hauser Law Firm PLLC, we focus solely on the areas of probate and estate litigation so that we can offer our clients the cutting-edge representation they deserve. We are dedicated litigators who are in the courtroom nearly every day. We draw on this practical experience to resolve matters as efficiently and favorably as possible, and to prevent cases from dragging on for years at a time.

Florida Probate Litigation & Dispute Attorneys

There are a plethora of issues that arise during probate, all of which can trigger complex lawsuits. We are equipped to handle all types of probate litigation matters at any stage of a dispute, from initial negotiations and investigations to multi-day trials to appeals if necessary. This includes probate disputes involving:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Inheritance rights
  • Rights of surviving spouses
  • Rights of heirs
  • Guardianships
  • Marital trusts
  • Family allowance
  • Homestead rights
  • Bank accounts
  • Life Insurance
  • IRA

Our insightful investigation and trial techniques help clients reach resolutions in cases involving these and other probate litigation issues. We are a known resource in the legal community in Florida and throughout the nation. We regularly receive referral requests from other lawyers who know that we are the law firm to turn to for probate and estate litigation matters.

Children And Spouses Of First Marriages

Children and spouses whose families have been torn apart by divorce often deal with probate disputes when their parent or former spouse remarries and then passes away. These disputes stem from Florida’s laws, which favor the current spouse over children from a prior relationship.

If a person gets married (or remarried) and does not enter into a prenuptial agreement, the current spouse may inherit from 30 to 50 percent of the estate regardless of the duration of the marriage. In these situations, children and former spouses may wish to obtain counsel to advise them. We regularly assist clients in these situations so they can understand and assert their rights.

Contact Our Team Of Accomplished Litigators

To schedule an initial consultation with a West Palm Beach probate litigation lawyer, call Amanda Phillips at 561-514-0900 Ext. 101 or fill out our online form.

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