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Identifying interested parties when challenging a will

When Florida residents make a will, they may think they left clear directions for how their assets are to be distributed. However, people who feel they were left out or otherwise unfairly excluded may be able to contest the will when it goes to probate court. They may argue that they were entitled to a portion of the estate or that the testator was coerced or unduly influenced by others. In order to move forward with a will challenge in probate court, it is important to identify the interested parties in this type of litigation.

For individual filers, there are basically two kinds of bankruptcy

Federal bankruptcy laws create protections for people who are struggling to keep up with their financial obligations in Florida. Individuals who are considering bankruptcy have two options, generally speaking: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. It is important to understand the differences between these two types of bankruptcy as one or the other may be better depending on the specific facts of a person's situation.

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