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Duties a Personal Representative has to Estate Creditors

By: Peggy Senentz on Mar 3, 2016

The Florida Supreme Court has issued a recent case of Jones v. Golden which clarifies a conflict between judicial circuits as to the treatment of the Personal Representative providing notice to known and reasonable ascertainable creditor in an estate proceeding. Peggy Senentz, Esquire provides in the attached article an overview of this important case. Ms. Senentz provides recommendations to attorneys representing a Personal Representative so their client may be in full compliance with the Court's holding.

Click below to review her recent Article to the treatment of known and reasonable ascertainable creditors.

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