Florida Appellate Rule 9.170 lists 24 different types of orders that can be appealed – if the trial court makes an “error” when rendering the ruling. The most common issues that are appealed include orders on:
- Determination on a petition to revoke letters of administration
- Determination on petition to revoke letters of guardianship
- Determination on a petition to revoke probate of a will
- Determination on a petition for probate of a lost or destroyed will
- An order granting or a petition for probate administration Under Florida Statute 733.2123
- Orders determining Heirs (Intestate or Testate Succession)
- Orders Granting or Denying a Petition to Remove a Fiduciary (whether it be a Trustee, Personal Representative, Curator, Power of Attorney or other Fiduciary)
- Orders Determining Capacity or Incapacity
- Orders granting or denying the restoration or a ward’s rights
- Orders determining a petition to approve the settlement of minors’ claim
- Orders determining apportionment or contribution of estate taxes
- Orders on Attorney Fees and Surcharge
- Orders determining an estate’s interest in property (including exempt or non-exempt property, family allowance, or the homestead status of real property
- Orders authorizing or denying the sale of real or personal property by a personal representative
- Orders regarding distributions to beneficiaries
- Orders on Elective Share, Claims against the Estate, Striking Objections made against the Estate, or Striking Claims against the Estate, Granting or Denying more time to file claims or object to them or to file an independent claim against the estate.
- Orders on Settlements, Accountings and Discharge of a Fiduciary
Why Hire the Horton Law Group, P.A?
There are many other issues within orders that can be appealed. The appeal process is tricky. Deadlines are strictly construed. If you do not file your appeal within 30 days – you will be forever barred. If an order has been issued in your case and you feel the trial court “got it wrong”, do not delay, contact us today to schedule your free 30-minute consultation with a qualified member of our team. You need an attorney who understands the appeals process intimately and has a track record of achieving success in the appellate arena.
At the Horton Law Group, we treat our clients like family. We are actively involved in the community. We are well respected in the courtroom and we have a stellar reputation in the community. We maintain professional relationships with our corporate clients long after their cases are resolved because we fight for our clients. We are confident that you will be happy with your decision to hire the Horton Law Group to represent you. Please contact the Horton Law Group, P.A. at 561-299-0018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with a qualified member from our team.