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John F. Callender - Attorney at Law specializing in Will Contest cases in the State of Florida. Will Contest Law.

John F. Callender – Attorney at Law specializing in Will Contest cases in the State of Florida. Will Contest Law.

GUARDIANSHIPS

  • Wells v. Wells 523 So. 2d 170 (Fla. 1st DCA 1988)
    – property guardian’s accounting

  • In Re:  Guardianship of Crawford 470 So. 2d 816 (Fla. 1st DCA 1985)
    – property guardian’s removal and accounting

TRUSTS

  • Barnett v. Barnett 304 So. 2d 816 (Fla. 1st DCA 1974)
    – (as summer clerk/associate) determination of beneficiaries

  • Frazier v. Brechler 839 So.2d 761 (Fla.1st DCA 2003)
    – trustees’ accounting, breach of fiduciary duty

ESTATES

  • Estate of Paulk v. Lindamood 529 So. 2d 1150 (Fla. 1st DCA 1988)
    – fees in estate litigation

  • Krevatas v. Wright 518 So. 2d 435 (Fla. 1st DCA 1988)
    – recovery of assets by estate

  • In Re:  Estate of Paulk 503 So. 2d 368 (Fla. 1st DCA 1987)
    – will contest

  • In Re:  Estate of Bechtel 348 So. 2d 927 (Fla. 1st DCA 1977)
    – (as associate) – recovery of assets by estate

  • Frazier v. Brechler 868 So.2d 673 (Fla.1st DCA 2004)
    – personal representative’s inventory; attorney fees

More About John F. Callender
After graduating from Duke University’s School of Law, John has developed an impressive list of credentials with cases in many areas of practice. He is a Trial and appellate Florida lawyer, board certified civil trial lawyer since 1987 focused on probate, guardianship and trust litigation. Specialties include the prosecution and defense of Contested incapacity determinations, guardian appointment contests, removal and surcharge of guardian petitions, will contests, will construction petitions, probate accounting objections, petitions to remove and surcharge personal representatives, trust invalidity contests, trust construction petitions, trust administration disputes, fiduciary compensation disputes, trust accounting objections, petitions to remove trustees for breach of trust or on no-fault basis. John has offices in both Jacksonville and Sarasota, Florida and is ready to assist anywhere in the State of Florida. Contact us for more information on your unique legal needs.

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