1.0 State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice
Meet the Honorable Greg A. Tynan along with his judicial assistant, Kisha Peel. An informal discussion via Zoom of Judge Tynan’s background and his policies, expectations, likes, dislikes, etc. for his courtroom. Also meet Judge Tynan’s judicial assistant and discuss her procedural preferences.
In addition to all of the unprecedented changes affecting just about every aspect of their lives in 2020, probate and guardianship attorneys were faced with many changes in the Florida Probate Rules, the Florida Probate Code, and the Florida Guardianship Law. Because court rules and statutes can have different effective dates, careful attention is required to ensure that documents filed with the court and served on interested persons comply with the current judicial and legislative requirements. This program will cover five pieces of legislation and five Florida Supreme Court opinions that affected probate and guardianship practitioners beginning in 2020.