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Can A Marital Settlement Agreement Still Be Enforced After A Former Spouse Dies?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

One of the roles of a personal representative is to enforce any contractual obligations of the deceased. In plainer terms, if someone owed the decedent money under a previously executed contract, the personal representative has the right–and the responsibility–to take any appropriate legal action to collect. Florida Court Orders Woman to Return Ex-Husband’s Pension… Read More »

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How a Power of Appointment Can Affect the Rights of Potential Trust Beneficiaries

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

When making a Will or Trust, a person may sometimes grant someone else a “power of appointment.” This is basically the authority to decide how to dispose of particular property. Let’s take a simple example. Say you have a large collection of vinyl records. You cannot decide who to leave them to, as you… Read More »

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Forgery of a Will in Florida Estate Litigation

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

When a family member passes away, and his or her will is read, family disputes sometimes occur. Maybe you suspect that the testator who created the will was under undue influence. In some cases, family members might even suspect that the will is a forgery. Perhaps the will is out of line with the… Read More »

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Trust Litigation Over Failure to Provide Accounting

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

There are several ways to go about estate planning in the event of your passing. Many people create wills that state how they’d like their property to be dispersed after they are gone. Another option is to create a trust and to place your assets within. The one who creates the trust is called… Read More »

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What Happens in Florida When The Testator Signed Multiple Wills?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

Making a will is one of the best ways to prepare for the future. In your will, you can choose beneficiaries who will inherit your assets. Your legally valid Florida will enables your estate to bypass probate court. Instead of waiting for a judge to distribute your assets, the executor that you name will… Read More »

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