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Can custody or timesharing rights be modified in Florida?

Custody and time-sharing rights can be modified in Florida in a couple of different ways, one of which requires the agreement of both of the parties. If the circumstances between the parties or the circumstances involving the children have changed, oftentimes the...

At what age can my children decide where they want to live?

Your children can decide where they want to live once the court determines that they are mentally and emotionally mature enough to make the decision. It’s not tied to a specific age. There’s no legal cut off where they say, “Okay at 13 they’re...

What is undue influence?

In terms of a will contest, often a contest will be brought to the terms of a will based on claims of undo influence. And what they’re claiming is essentially that the person who is named as the beneficiary in the will somehow exerted undue influence over the...

What is joint tenancy with right of survivorship?

Joint tenancy with a right of survivorship essentially means that during the life of two people, that piece of property is deeded or titled to those two property owners together. However, should I one pass away then the other one automatically assumes complete...

What are will contests and how do I avoid them?

A will contest is when someone raises a challenge to the terms that are in a will. They’re essentially asking the court to not enforce the terms of the will or not carry out the wishes that are contained within the will. Those can be raised for a variety of...

What are advanced care directives?

Advanced care directives are where a patient or a client will want to set forth their decisions in advance with regards to specific medical circumstances. The most common that we see are heroic decision making at the time of like a cardiac arrest under medical or...

How long is a will valid?

A will, in essence, is valid until it’s revoked by the person that wrote it. So long as the initial will is valid and complies with what we call the Statutory Requirements for a self proving will, and those are kind of specific, assuming the will complies with...

How do you challenge a will?

In essence, a person that wants to challenge a will would have to file in probate court a challenge, a will challenge and basically it’s a lawsuit against the estate or against the administrator of the estate. Stating that the will should be invalidated based...

Can a will be changed or revoked?

Any will, so long as the testator, the person that’s writing the will, is of sound mind and body, of sufficient capacity legally to make the will, can make a subsequent will, and that will, will revoke by the action of making a new will, revokes the earlier...