Florida law requires that the transfer of mobile homes in most cases be done through transfer of a certificate of title. The applicable Florida statute, Fla. Stat. 319.So22(1) provides: (1)Except […]Read more ›
One of the more frequently encountered areas of confusion in Florida Probate and real property disputes revolves around Florida’s state constitutional protections for homestead property. The Florida constitution Article 10, […]Read more ›
Importantly, in a Formal Administration a Personal Representative is nominated. Often referred to as an “executor” in other states, Florida requires that a person be appointed as the Personal Representative […]Read more ›
One of the primary justifications used for the blanket denial of coverage for many insurance claims stems from a general policy requirement contained in most Florida Homeowners’ Insurance policies that […]Read more ›
The general duty of a Personal Representative to faithfully gather the assets of the decedent also includes an obligation to make a determination regarding litigation on the decedent’s behalf after […]Read more ›
One of the common themes that we encounter in dealing with probate litigation in Florida is an unsupervised family member in charge of a probate administration. Through the course of […]Read more ›
Fire Losses unfortunately cause the destruction of substantial structural components and the loss of significant personal property items. When dealing with your insurance company after reporting a Fire Loss, remember […]Read more ›
General Considerations common to most Florida Homeowners Insurance Policies : In Florida, the policy of insurance covering your home or commercial building is a contract, even though the terms and […]Read more ›
Florida law allows owners of property to hold title to real property in various ways. Each type of ownership has varying characteristics that impact succession and rights to Florida Property. […]Read more ›
Dealing with probate litigation and administration, we frequently observe how poor estate planning and/or unscrupulous family members destroy the intentions of a decedent and ultimately cause fall out among the […]Read more ›
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