[D]o to the extent that the Tribunal finds that the grandchildren are not entitled to a portion of the transaction amount, the grandchildren request that the Court be discharged from the Court`s decision of July 13, 2018 authorizing the mediation agreement in accordance with Florida`s civil procedure rule 1,540. The grandchildren argued for Rule 1.540 discharge argued that the sum of zero dollars was insufficiently taken into account for the clearances they provided as part of the transaction agreement. In any case, you should have your own lawyer check a proposed family comparison contract before signing. You may have rights you don`t know. There are several alternatives to the traditional official estate of a will in Texas. If an estate is small and consists only of personal property, the family may consider an informal family subdivision. In addition, an informal comparison of families is an option to manage a will contest and eliminate title. In their written objection to the succession of the will in this case, family members do not require the court to approve the transaction contract or determine the rights of the rightful heirs. They are simply asking the court to deny parole from the will and reject the petition. Another finding is not necessary or appropriate at this stage of the proceedings. There was no controversy as to the validity of the agreement or the existence of any of the exceptions in the majority opinion to the regime authorizing family comparison agreements.
The agreement provides for the disposition of the estate exactly in accordance with the terms of the will and the statutes that provide for a national estate (K.S.A. 59-501 and following). The effect of a business that a family comparison contract is not a valid defence of the application for a parole will of a will deprives family members of any choice as to the management of their own inheritance and in practice gives a designated executor the opportunity to give the opportunity. It is not claimed that the contract on the harper family contract was invalid. In order to obtain a decree on the final regime and the transfer of personal property in accordance with its provisions, it would be necessary to submit and approve the agreement to the estate court. (Brent v. McDonald, supra; In re Estate of Hinshaw, 164 Kan. 550, 190 P.2d 386.) In that case, one of the siblings argued that the other had violated the agreement by not signing an easing. The court describes it as follows: the result of this case was clearly not what the grandchildren wanted.
The result, however, was one of the scenarios contemplated in the transaction agreement that gave the Florida Estate Court the power to determine the allocation of transaction revenue.