My grandmother's will was changed 11 years after it was probate. People's names were removed from Deeds that were in their name 15 years given to them through her estate and are on file in the surrogate's court records. An attorney formed a reconstructive trust for minors and stated that the property belongs to the minors which is not written in the will nor was there any trust mentioned in her will for the minors. I'd like to file a grievance complaint with the attorney ethics but this attorney is so bad that I'm afraid that she'll file a lawsuit against me but what I have are facts and Truth the will was changed. Can the opposing lawyer file a lawsuit against me for filing a grievance with the attorney Ethics Committee?
There is a whole lot going on here, and you really should consult with an attorney directly. I'm also not sure how anyones rights were affected so long after the will, especially with deeds that already would have been filed. Generally anyone can sue anyone at anytime, its simply a matter of if they can win.
I agree that there seems to be a lot going on here and some of it doesn't make sense to me. To answer your question as best as I can, first, I would consult an attorney or two about what causes of action you might have IF you were damaged. I would also ask for advice about what the attorney did and whether you have proof of it. I am saying this because you may completely understand what happened or maybe you don't. If you are confident you are correct that there was fowl play here, you can contact the local bar ethics hotline and discuss it with them and then file your complaint. I am unware of a cause of action in Florida for filing a good faith complaint against an attorney, but you can ask an attorney in your area.
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