September 01, 2016

Revisiting Pope and Creditors' Notices: For Certain States, Has Florida Clarified the Rules?

Over the past few years, a seemingly innocuous statement added as part of Florida’s Pope Amendments has been the subject of much debate within the Florida judicial system as well as within the Florida probate bar. The issue involves service of a notice of a probate administration to reasonably ascertainable creditors and whether such creditors are subject to a particular statute of limitation if they have not been served with a copy of such notice

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