Wintter Law Celebrates New Fort Lauderdale Office
The team at Wintter Law celebrated its new office space with a networking/office unveiling event.
Wintter Law Hosts Chaminade-Madonna Class of ’79 Reunion Welcome Party
Wintter Law hosted a welcome party for all Chaminade-Madonna alumni attending the Class of ’79 reunion. The 40th reunion was celebrated with a weekend full of events hosted at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale, just 2 miles away from Wintter Law Offices. As a Chaminade-Madonna College Preparatory Alumni, Chris Wintter wanted […]
Nina Zuckerman Chepp Goes “Over the Edge”
Partner Nina Zuckerman Chepp went “Over the Edge” for a good cause. She raised a hefty sum for Gilda’s Club South Florida, a group that provides free social and emotional support to anyone impacted by cancer – men, women, and children.
Nina Zuckerman Chepp Facilitates 1st Dinner Meeting Discussion for the Estate Planning Council of Broward County
In a discussion facilitated by Nina Zuckerman Chepp, the Honorable Kenneth L. Gillespie discussed his impression of the probate division, division procedures, and recent legal developments. The judge also answered selected questions from members regarding the best practices for case management and efficient administration of estates and guardianships. Nina moderated […]
Wintter Law Relocates to Fort Lauderdale Office
We’ve Moved! We are enjoying a bright, new office space in downtown Fort Lauderdale after relocating from Hollywood. The beautifully renovated office is located at 17 Rose Drive on the Tarpon River. “After spending more than 40 years in Hollywood, we decided we could better serve our clients with a […]
What Does It Take to Prove Undue Influence in Florida?
There may be times when a beneficiary of a will improperly exerts pressure on the testator or coerces the testator to create a will or trust which favors the beneficiary over the testator’s other loved ones. This is known as “undue influence”. Proof that a will was procured due to […]
Can You Contest a Trust in Florida? Yes.
We’ve talked in previous blog posts about will contests: when a will can be contested and how beneficiaries will be affected. However, wills are not the only documents that are involved in estate planning. Many people choose to put some or all of their assets in trusts, which can avoid […]
How an Attorney Can Help You Get Through Probate
The probate process can be stressful for everyone involved and can differ depending on whether the decedent died without a will (intestate) or left a Last Will and Testament setting forth his or her wishes (testate estates). The personal representative, beneficiaries, and other family members may feel confused and unsure […]
What Are My Rights As a Beneficiary?
When you are the beneficiary of an estate you may be entitled to money or property. It can be frustrating to spend time waiting for what you were promised. You may be confronted with an avalanche of confusing paperwork and requests for waivers and consents to a myriad of documents. […]
How Florida Probate Can Affect Real Estate
When someone dies, their estate may consist of all kinds of property, such as financial accounts, life insurance, jewelry, baseball cards, stamp or coin collections, automobiles, and real estate such as the family home or a plot of land they purchased as an investment. If you find yourself the beneficiary […]