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Most Common Types of Florida Trust Disputes

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

Even the most comprehensive estate plan is not immune to disputes, including Trusts. Most people probably think estate litigation matters are limited to Will contests, but Trust disputes are not uncommon. If you don’t work to resolve these issues swiftly, they can cost significant time and money. If you are engaged in a Florida… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions on Pompano Beach Estate Litigation

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We meet with a lot of prospective clients who understandably have a lot of questions. To help you prepare for your meeting with our Pompano Beach estate and trust litigation attorneys, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. At Mark R. Manceri, P.A., our primary focus is… Read More »

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Florida Estate Litigation: 5 Reasons Someone May Contest a Pompano Beach Will

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

Thousands of probate cases are opened every month throughout Florida. Not all of these probate administrations will run smoothly. There is always the risk of a dispute between family members or other beneficiaries. A potential heir will allege a problem with the Will and push to contest its validity in some cases. A Will… Read More »

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Executor Misconduct: What an Executor Can and Cannot Do in a Florida Probate

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

When someone is appointed as Personal Representative of an estate, they have a lot of responsibility. That is why you need to make sure the person you name as Personal Representative of your own Will is someone you completely trust. Executors have a list of things they are authorized to do. If they stray… Read More »

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Can You Challenge the Validity of a Trust in Florida?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

One of the benefits of setting up a Trust is you can avoid probate or other lengthy Court proceedings. However, having a Trust doesn’t guarantee that your family members or other beneficiaries won’t seek to challenge it. Florida allows someone to challenge a Trust just as they would a Will. If there is evidence… Read More »

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Florida Prenuptial Agreement Disputes

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A Prenuptial Agreement is a written contract that you enter into when engaged. The Agreement governs specific topics and matters related to your financial situation and becomes active once you are legally married. Some people also use a Prenuptial Agreement to address other issues beyond financial arrangements as well. The Agreements are varied and… Read More »

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Removing a Personal Representative from a Pompano Beach Probate

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

The Personal Representative, is supposed to perform their duties and always act in the estate’s best interest and beneficiaries. What happens when this person is not doing their job? In some cases, they made genuine mistakes while other times they are acting intentionally. Either way, it’s still a breach of their fiduciary duty and… Read More »

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What are Probate and Non-probate Assets in a Pompano Beach Estate

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

Distinguishing between probate and non-probate assets is an integral part of estate administration. This can be a time-consuming process for an executor or personal representative. Confusion over assets can also cause disputes between heirs and beneficiaries, requiring the assistance of a Pompano Beach probate vs. nonprobate assets attorney. When you are drafting or updating… Read More »

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How does a Will Revocation work in Florida?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

It’s pretty standard for someone to draft a Will and want to change it down the line. They may request to change it a few months from now, or it may be years later. In some situations, they may want to cancel the Will entirely and draft a new one. If the initial Will… Read More »

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What to Do in a Florida Probate When a Family Member was Financially Exploited?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

It’s terrifying when you suspect that someone in your family is the victim of financial exploitation. What happens when you confirm this fact after they pass away? You may be in the middle of a probate administration and suddenly become aware of how manipulated they were. That is when you need to contact an… Read More »

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