Florida Probate Litigation Attorneys

During the process of administering an estate, disputes may arise among the parties involved. The Orlando, Florida probate litigation attorneys at the Kramer Law Firm can help you and your family resolve probate disputes effectively and ethically.

Our knowledgeable lawyers have represented hundreds of individuals and families throughout Central Florida in will contests or estate and inheritance disputes. We are able to help you contest a will or protect important interests in a controversial probate estate administration.

Disputes and conflicts often develop regarding the validity of a will, the interpretation of a will and the distribution of assets.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)

Florida Probate Litigation AttorneysFor personal representatives, beneficiaries and potential heirs who believe they have a legal cause of action, we urge you to contact a probate lawyer at our firm to discuss your case.

Florida Probate Litigation Cases

The Florida probate process allows interested parties to make a claim that there is some flaw in the will or fault in the administration of the estate. Time limits to enter into litigation of probate cases are short and you should take action quickly.

Your first step is to speak about the case with an experienced probate litigation attorney who can advise you of your rights under Florida probate law and how the law would apply in your case. Call the Kramer Law Firm: 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376).

Each case is unique and highly dependent on the facts, and how the facts are discovered and presented. Our probate lawyers will investigate and develop disputed facts and will apply the facts to the law to build your case.

Common Problems That Lead to Florida Probate Litigation:

If you believe that a will or its execution does not fulfill the genuine intention of the deceased, you have a right to challenge the proceedings in probate court. Common grounds to contest a will or enter into probate litigation might include:

  • Questions of mental capacity - deficient mental soundness of the person making the will;
  • Claims of undue influence - coercion, duress or force during creation of the will to such a degree that the will no longer reflects the wishes of the deceased, but rather reflects the wishes and intent of the person who exercised undue influence.
  • Right to Elective Share - to ensure that a surviving spouse could not be left with nothing, Florida probate law provides for a surviving spouse to elect to receive no less than 30% of the assets of his or her spouse’s estate, regardless of the terms of the deceased spouse’s will.
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty – when the personal representative of an estate does not act within the highest legal and ethical standards. This may result in personal financial liability in breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits.
  • Questionable changes have been made to the will;
  • Questions of forgery;
  • The meaning and construction of the will, and other questions regarding the legitimacy of the will.

Orlando Probate Litigation and Will Contest Lawyers

If you need to enter into probate litigation, the Kramer Law Firm will provide you with dedicated and skilled representation. Our attorneys understand the importance that your loved one's wishes are respected, and that your rights in the estate are fully protected.

We believe client education is very important in these cases, and will take every measure to make certain you understand the process of probate estate litigation, and that reasonable expectations are set.

We are often able to reach superior results and save our clients considerable time, stress and expense through negotiation and mediation. When all efforts of diplomacy fail and formal probate litigation becomes necessary, as skilled litigators we are fully prepared to go to court to protect your rights.

Let the veteran Florida probate team at the Kramer Law Firm help you and your family confidently address the crisis. We represent parties asserting claims, and also those defending against claims brought by others. Our attorneys also review or update wills and trusts to identify and prevent estate administration conflicts.

Call us today for guidance to navigate the difficult road ahead at 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376). We have evening appointments available and a seasoned, resource-rich team to help with your matter.

Altamonte Springs Office
999 Douglas Avenue
Suite 3333
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Downtown Orlando Office
37 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 500b
Orlando, FL 32801
CALL (407) 834-4847