Zelman v Zelman

Florida: Zelman v. Zelman empowers relatives with full Interested Persons’ rights

September 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

Zelman v. Zelman, is new case law in Florida that will make it extremely difficult for any guardianship to argue against empowering relatives/loved ones with FULL Interested Person rights.  The 2006 Florida Supreme Court case of Hayes v. Guardianship of Thompson ruled much the same, but was written in a somewhat unclear and confusing manner that it has allowed guardianship lawyers to escape its true meaning. Zelman v. Zelman, Fourth District Court of Appeals, September 2015 [- more...]