Bruce Katzen on Probate Litigation

You have just discovered that during the administration of the estate something did not go as was supposed to. This may be in a case where there is a will or non-exists. This may emerge in a case where one of the beneficiaries disputes the last will and the matter has to go to court. In such an event, it’s important to get someone who is proficient and knows what to look out for during the entire trial to ensure that the case is handled to your satisfaction. In legal terms, this is known as probate litigation. One of the best lawyers when it comes to such matters is a Miami based lawyer Bruce Katzen. He has been practicing law since he completed his J.D at the University of Miami School of Law in 1984. He graduated magna cum laude proving that for a long time he had always had a passion for law. After graduating, he was admitted to the bar in Florida in 1984. He then became a practicing lawyer before being admitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, 1984 followed by the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, the same year. His passion for law has seen him make several milestones in his career, some of which have come with awards.

Today Bruce Katzen has grown to become the chairman of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group. The group is known for producing several top lawyers in various sectors, and this has seen it considered one of the top law firms in Miami. His training as a Certified Public Accountant has further enabled him to become a better litigator. He is able to understand the financial jargon and in doing so cannot be fooled by witty financial architects that are bound to come up in probate litigation.

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