Apr. 18, 2016

The Technicalities of Creditor Claim Deadlines in Florida Probate Estates

By Jeffrey Fauer

Creditor claims are a common source of litigation in probate estates.   Whether large or small, almost every probate estate has a creditor that files a claim.  Creditor claims are typically based on the debts of the decedent that arose prior to death, and can range anywhere from a claim by American Express for unpaid credit card bills, to a claim by a former business partner for payment of principal and interest on a multi-million dollar promissory note.

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The Change in LIBOR—Prepare Now as It Will Affect You and Your Business

The Change in LIBOR—Prepare Now as It Will Affect You and Your Business

The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), sometimes called “the world’s most important number,” is being completely phased out by 2021. Even with this much advance notice, every business and those professionals who advise businesses need to begin preparation now.

 

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