Florida Real Estate Litigation Attorney

Facing Real Estate Litigation? How to Choose the Right Attorney

Whether you’re a residential or commercial buyer or seller, there may come a time when you face a real estate dispute that must be litigated. Issues can arise in connection with eminent domain matters, breaches of contract, boundary disputes, adver… Read More
Categories: Real Estate Law
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What’s the Best Structure for Your Florida Business?

Choosing a business structure is one of the most important decisions you will make as an entrepreneur. Whether you’re just starting out, purchasing someone else’s company, or changing from a sole proprietorship to a different entity as your botto… Read More
Categories: Business Law
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How Does the Civil Appeals Process Work?

Sometimes a civil lawsuit doesn’t end with a jury’s verdict or a judge’s ruling. If there was a legal or prejudicial error that affected the outcome of a case, either party may be entitled to file an appeal. However, the civil appeals process i… Read More
Categories: Appeals
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Steps to a Residential Real Estate Closing

Purchasing a new house or condo is an exciting experience — and if you’re a first-time home buyer, you might be wondering what to expect during the course of the real estate closing process. Critically, there are several steps in a Florida real e… Read More
Categories: Real Estate Law
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Reasons You Need a Power of Attorney

Powers of attorney are important legal documents to include in every comprehensive estate plan. But unlike a last will and testament, and many types of trusts, these documents do not ensure your wishes are carried out upon your passing. Instead, powe… Read More
probate fraud attorney

How Can You Prove Probate Fraud?

Losing a loved one can be emotionally overwhelming — not only might you be experiencing unbearable grief, but you may also be required to go through the probate process in court. This process can become even more stressful if you believe fraud was… Read More
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What is a Florida Credit Shelter Trust?

A credit shelter trust is an essential estate planning tool that can allow married couples to lower or eliminate their federal estate tax obligations when passing their assets to beneficiaries. Importantly, these types of trusts are not just for high… Read More
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Estate Planning for Pet Owners

Pets are beloved members of the family, and it’s essential to remember them when creating an estate plan. You can’t bequeath an inheritance to your pet in the same way that you would leave property to your children. But you can still provide fina… Read More
Contingent House Listing

What is a Contingent House Listing?

Searching for a new house can be an exciting process. But it can also be stressful — especially if you found the ideal home and it’s listed with a “contingent” status. While you can still make an offer if a property is contingent,… Read More
Categories: Real Estate Law

Estate Planning for Millennials

COVID-19 changed many aspects of our lives, including the way we view estate planning. Driven by the uncertainty of the pandemic, many millennials began to prioritize drafting their wills and creating trusts, rather than wait until later in life. Sig… Read More