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File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Gary M. Lape. Direct DIAL: 714.668.5527. E-Mail: lape@lbbslaw.com ... GARY LAPE - RE: OCBJ on-line Article re James W. Patrick Estate and Trust ...
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The Art of the "General Release" : The Florida Probate & Trust ...
Second general release: shield the trustee from future attack by ..... New York Personal Injury Lawyer & Attorney - John M. Hochfelder Law ...
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA CASE NO ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. CASE NO. 08-60434-CIV-ZLOCH ... filed in state court may properly be removed to federal court is ...
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Evidentiary road map for undue influence and lack of testamentary ...
I wrote about the last 3d DCA testamentary capacity case here. Without mentioning that opinion (perhaps purposely?), Judge Stettin also did a great job of ...
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3d DCA: Getting paid for defending against an assisted-suicide ...
Feb 15, 2009 ... 2d DCA 1992) (holding that proceeds derived from sale of decedent's homestead property directly devised to decedent's minor children could ...
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"Pay on Death" vs. "In Trust For" bank accounts : The Florida ...
Jonathan Alper's Asset Protection Blog had an interesting post entitled Bank Accounts to Avoid Probate: POD vs. ITF accounts.
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"Pay on Death" vs. "In Trust For" bank accounts : The Florida ...
Jonathan Alper's Asset Protection Blog had an interesting post entitled Bank Accounts to Avoid Probate: POD vs. ITF accounts.
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"Pay on Death" vs. "In Trust For" bank accounts : The Florida ...
Jonathan Alper's Asset Protection Blog had an interesting post entitled Bank Accounts to Avoid Probate: POD vs. ITF accounts.
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FL SCT: "The homestead exemption protects not only the debtor, but ...
Jan 14, 2008 ... Therefore, the right to the homestead exemption is not purely personal as ..... San Antonio Injury Lawyer & Attorney - The McKinney Law Firm ...
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AARP Research Report: "Power of Attorney Abuse: What States Can Do ...
Feb 17, 2009 ... Texas probate litigator J. Michael Young wrote here on his Texas Probate Litigation Blog about a recently published AARP research piece ...
 
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