Proposed Probate Rules amendments

first_imgProposed Probate Rules amendments March 1, 2005 Regular News Proposed Probate Rules amendments The Florida Bar’s Probate Rules Committee has filed with the Florida Supreme Court its regular-cycle report of proposed amendments to the Florida Probate Rules. The committee proposes amendments to rules 5.040 (Notice); 5.041 (Service of Pleadings and Papers); 5.042 (Time); 5.240 (Notice of Administration); 5.241 (Notice to Creditors); 5.270 (Revocation of Probate); 5.345 (Accountings Other Than Personal Representatives’ Final Accountings); 5.346 (Fiduciary Accounting); 5.360 (Elective Share); 5.400 (Distribution and Discharge); 5.404 (Notice of Taking Possession of Protected Homestead); 5.475 (Ancillary Administration, Short Form); 5.496 (Form and Manner of Objecting to Claim); 5.530 (Summary Administration); and 5.620 (Inventory). The committee also proposes new rules 5.402 (Notice of Lien on Protected Homestead); 5.403 (Proceedings to Determine Amount of Lien on Protected Homestead); 5.498 (Personal Representatives’ Proof of Claim); 5.499 (Form and Manner of Objecting to Personal Representatives’ Proof of Claim); and 5.625 (Notice of Completion of Guardian Education Requirements). The court invites all interested persons to comment on the committee’s proposed amendments, which are summarized below. The proposals also are reproduced in full online at www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml. An original and nine paper copies of all comments must be filed with the court on or before April 1, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on the committee chair, Tami Foley Conetta, Florida Rules of Probate Committee, Post Office Box 49017, Sarasota 34230-6017, as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument, which may be scheduled in this case for June. The chair has until April 15 to file a response to any comments filed with the court. Electronic copies of all comments and the chair’s response also must be filed in accordance with the court’s Administrative Order In Re: Mandatory Submission of Electronic Copies of Documents, Fla. Admin. Order No. AOSC04-84 (Sept. 13, 2004). Label envelope to avoid erasure. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA PROBATE RULES (TWO YEAR CYCLE), CASE NO. SC05-147last_img read more

Barcelona board struggling to pin down Messi

first_img read also: Messi’s Barcelona future continues to dominate headlines It was in those talks that Messi reportedly told Koeman he sees himself as ‘more out than in’ at the club. However, Barcelona still view the Argentinian as crucial to their sporting project and are protected by his eye-watering £630million release clause. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Barcelona’s board will not consider losing Leo Messi this summer. Mundo Deportivo says despite the player having already informed Ronald Koeman about his doubts, Barcelona remain steadfast in their belief that Messi must stay. The disillusionment with president Josep Bartomeu has also forced Messi to ponder leaving for the first time in his career, and the six-time Ballon d’Or winner even cut short his holiday to speak face to face with the club’s new coach.Advertisement Loading… center_img Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parkslast_img read more

NHL playoff bracket 2020: Updated standings, seeds & Round 1 matchups for Stanley Cup playoffs

first_imgThe gist: The top four teams in each conference will play each other once to determine seeding in the Stanley Cup playoffs, while the remaining eight teams in each conference play qualifiers to make the dance.Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ont. and Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alta., will play host to the first two rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs, with Rogers Place housing the conference finals and the Stanley Cup final. Should all go according to plan, with players staying healthy within the NHL’s bubble, the season is scheduled to end no later than Oct. 4. Here’s what you need to know about the round-robin and qualifying rounds and the start of the 2020 NHL playoffs:MORE: Everything to know about the NHL’s bubble citiesNHL playoff bracket 2020Eastern ConferenceRound robinThe top four teams will compete in a seeding round-robin tourney:DateGameTime/resultsAug. 2Flyers vs. BruinsFlyers 4, Bruins 1Aug. 3Capitals vs. LightningLightning 3, Capitals 2 (SO)Aug. 5Lightning vs. BruinsLightning 3, Bruins 2Aug. 6Capitals vs. FlyersFlyers 3, Capitals 1 Aug. 8Flyers vs. LightningFlyers 4, Lightning 1Aug. 9Bruins vs. CapitalsCapitals 2, Bruins 1Qualifying roundThe following are the matchups for the qualifying round, based on regular season standings/point percentage:SeriesResultsPenguins (5) vs. Canadiens (12)Canadiens win series 3-1Hurricanes (6) vs. Rangers (11)Hurricanes win series 3-0Islanders (7) vs. Panthers (10)Islanders win series 3-1Maple Leafs (8) vs. Blue Jackets (9)Blue Jackets win series 3-2Western ConferenceRound robinThe top four teams in the West face each other once:DateGameTime/resultsAug. 2Blues vs. AvalancheAvalanche 2, Blues 1Aug. 3Stars vs. Golden KnightsGolden Knights 5, Stars 3Aug. 5.Avalanche vs. StarsAvalanche 4, Stars 0Aug. 6Golden Knights vs. BluesGolden Knights 6, Blues 4Aug. 8Golden Knights vs. AvalancheGolden Knights 4, Avalanche 3 (OT)Aug. 9Stars vs. BluesStars 2, Blues 1 (SO)Qualifying roundBased on regular-season standings, the following are the matchups for the qualifying round in the West:SeriesResultsOilers (5) vs. Blackhawks (12)Blackhawks win series 3-1Predators (6) vs. Coyotes (11)Coyotes win series 3-1Canucks (7) vs. Wild (10)Canucks win series 3-1Flames (8) vs. Jets (9)Flames win series 3-1NHL playoff projectionsHere’s what the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs would look like if the qualifying rounds ended today (updated Aug. 9):Eastern Conference— Flyers (1) vs. Canadiens (8)— Lightning (2) vs. Blue Jackets (7)— Capitals (3) vs. Islanders (6)— Bruins (4) vs. Hurricanes (5)Western Conference— Golden Knights (1) vs. Blackhawks (8)— Avalanche (2) vs. Coyotes (7)— Stars (3) vs. Flames (6)— Blues (4) vs. Canucks (5)MORE: Here is a complete schedule for the NHL’s 2020 restartWhen do the NHL playoffs start in 2020?The 2020 Stanley Cup playoff qualifiers get underway on Saturday, Aug. 1. The Rangers and Hurricanes kick off the qualifying round with a Saturday matinee matchup in Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ont. The last games in both the qualifying and round-robin rounds are scheduled take place on Sunday, Aug. 9.The first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs officially get underway on Tuesday, Aug. 11. Teams will be re-seeded after the first two rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs.How do the NHL playoffs work?Prior to the start of the official Stanley Cup playoffs on Aug. 11, there are a few bells and whistles that are going to determine qualification and seeding in both conferences. Here’s how that will work:The top four teams in each conference play round-robin style to determine seeding for the top spots in the playoffs. Each team will play each other once, amounting in six games between Aug 2. and Aug. 9. The games will be played under regular season overtime and shootout rules.The remaining eight teams in each conference will play in a best-of-five series to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs. Seeding is based on regular-season standings. These games are played under playoff overtime rules (golden goal). After the qualifying rounds and round-robin play is completed, teams advance to the first round of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. The highest seeds will play the lowest seeds, per usual, with re-seeding after both the first and second rounds.Every series from the first round to the last horn of the Stanley Cup Final are seven games, per usual, with the NHL’s two hub cities hosting the first two rounds. The conference finals and Stanley Cup Final will be held in Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alta.NHL standings 2020Eastern Conference The chase for the Cup is back on.After a four-month layoff, the ice is cooled, the teams are hot and the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs officially get underway on Aug. 11. The coronavirus pandemic has forced the NHL to get a bit creative with its restart, and because of that, hockey-starved fans get a little dose of semi-playoffs with teams jockeying for playoff position and playoff spots over a week span starting on Saturday. RankTeamWLOTLPointsPoints pct1Bruins441412100.7142Lightning4321692.6573Capitals4120890.6524Flyers4121789.6455Penguins4023686.6236Hurricanes3825581.5967Islanders35231080.5888Maple Leafs3625981.5799Blue Jackets33221581.57910Panthers35221581.56511Rangers3728579.56412Canadiens3131971.50013Sabres3031868.49314Devils28291268.49315Senators25341262.43716Red Wings1749539.275The Sabres, Devils, Senators and Red Wings all missed the playoffs.Western ConferenceRankTeamWLOTLPointsPoints pct1Blues42191094.6622Avalanche4220892.6573Golden Knights3924886.6064Stars3724882.5945Oilers3725983.5856Predators3526878.5657Canucks3627678.5658Flames3627779.5649Jets3728680.56310Wild3627777.55811Coyotes3329874.52912Blackhawks3230872.51413Ducks2933967.47214Kings2935664.45715Sharks2936563.450The Ducks, Kings and Sharks all miss out on the chase for the Cup.last_img read more