The Firm is also experienced in serving clients in adverse proceedings in probate litigation. Sometimes, during the administration of a probate estate, disputes arise between beneficiaries or between beneficiaries and creditors. In such an instance, litigation ensues before the probate judge under the civil rules. The issues which arise in such proceedings are much like those handled by the Firm in its everyday practice — breach of fiduciary duty claims, the need for an accounting, contract claims, among many others. The lawyers of Katzman, Wasserman, Bennardini & Rubenstein, P.A. are experienced and well-suited for such adverse probate litigation.
Katzman, Wasserman, Bennardini & Rubinstein, P.A.
Meet the Business Litigation Team
The firm handles a wide array of complex commercial, business and financial disputes on behalf of both those filing lawsuits or arbitration claims and those defending against such claims. These cases often involve complex disputes over the ownership, management control and compensation due, irrespective of whether the business is a public or private company, limited liability company, partnership, joint venture or sole proprietorship.
Steven M. Katzman
Founder & Partner
University of Florida, Class of 1980, B.A., magna cum laude.
University of Florida, Class of 1983, J.D., cum laude
Charles J. Bennardini
United States Coast Guard Academy, B.S., 1977.
College of William & Mary, J.D., 1986
Craig A. Rubinstein
Brandeis University, B.A., Economics, cum laude, 1992
Boston University School of Law, J.D., 1995
Contingency Fee Representation
The majority of our cases on behalf of clients filing lawsuits or arbitration claims now involve at least a partial contingency fee relationship in order to reduce the client’s out-of-pocket obligations, while at the same time creating a win-win opportunity for both client and his or her lawyer.