Probate, Guardianship, Trust and Estate Litigation

Jeffrey A. Cramer is a Jacksonville, Florida attorney experienced in litigating and resolving probate and estate disputes in Duval, Nassau, Clay and St. Johns county.  The attorneys at Cramer Law Center can help resolve issues such as: Is a Will valid? Who should serve as Personal Representative (Executor) of a probate estate? Can a Personal Representative be removed? Have all of the estate assets been included in the estate Inventory? Are there objections to the Personal Representative’s expenditures and accounting? Are there objections to the compensation of the Personal Representative? Can a surviving spouse claim an “elective share”? Is a prenuptial agreement valid? What happens to the decedent’s homestead? How are creditors handled?

Cramer Law Center can also aid in litigating and resolving trust disputes. The attorneys at Cramer Law Center can help resolve issues such as: Is the trust valid? Should the trustee be removed? Are the trust beneficiaries receiving proper and timely information and distributions? Can a Revocable Living Trust be challenged during the Trustmaker’s lifetime? Is the trustee investing the trust assets properly? Let us assist in any disputes about trust administration.

Additionally, our team is experienced in litigating and resolving Guardianship disputes. The attorneys at Cramer Law Center can help resolve issues such as: Is a person legally incapacitated? Who will be the guardian if one is appointed? Should a guardian be removed? Should an individual’s capacity be restored?