The Fourth District Court of Appeal waded into a fight over the distribution of an $800,000 legal malpractice settlement Wednesday when it found three family members had missed their chance to duck out of the agreement.

“The old adage ‘you can’t change the rules in the middle of the game’ accurately sets the scene in a series of hearings conducted before the probate court giving rise to this appeal,” the opinion began.

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