Jones Foster Litigation Shareholder Theodore S. Kypreos served as a featured speaker at The Florida Bar’s Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section 2021 Trust & Estate Symposium webinar.
Theo presented on the topic, “Who Has Standing? A Trustee’s Duty to Account and Recent Case Law Development”, one of several presentations at the event which offered attendees continuing legal education (CLE) credits and the opportunity to learn cutting-edge developments in the law that can be used in their everyday practice, significant upcoming changes in the law, and an assortment of recommendations that every planner and fiduciary litigator must know.
The Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar serves the citizens of the State of Florida, the legal community, and its Section members with the highest levels of knowledge, experience and commitment to real property, probate and trust law. CLE programs on current and important topics are offered to attorney members practicing in the areas of real property, probate, and trust law.
As a Jones Foster Shareholder and experienced trial and appellate attorney, Theo focuses his practice in the areas of probate and trust litigation, trust and estate administration, guardianship law, and fiduciary litigation. He represents corporate and individual fiduciaries, beneficiaries, and heirs in all probate, trust, and guardianship settings including will and trust contests, breach of trust actions, trustee removal and accounting actions, will and trust reformation and modification proceedings, contested guardianships, elective share proceedings, Florida homestead disputes, exploitation and tortious interference litigation, and matters relating to probate creditors’ claims.
Theo served as the 2014-2015 President of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, and he is a frequent lecturer for both the PBCBA and The Florida Bar on topics related to probate, trust and guardianship law. He is consistently recognized by peer and industry publications, including The Best Lawyers in America and Florida Super Lawyers, and holds an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest peer rating based upon legal ability and ethical standards.