Florida Supreme Court Resolves Conflict Regarding Reasonably Ascertainable Creditors

In Jones v. Golden, No. SC 13-2536 (Fla. Sup. Ct. October 1, 2015), the Florida Supreme Court resolved a conflict among Florida’s district courts with regard to whether a reasonably ascertainable creditor who is not served with a notice to creditors is barred if the creditor does not file a claim within three months after the first publication of the notice to creditors, absent an extension.  Click here for a copy of the opinion, which is not yet final.