It happened again in Florida.

In Lezcano v. Hidalgo, a probate court within the Third District once again removed a personal representative without notice and an evidentiary hearing.

We’ll just repeat what we said last time:

A court cannot summarily remove the personal representative of an estate.  Notice and an evidentiary hearing is required under law.  Removal of a personal representative without notice or an evidentiary hearing violates due process.