One of the primary sources of property damage claims in Florida includes damage to a roof system caused by windstorm or hail. Hurricanes and storms are prevalent in Florida, so […]Read more ›
In April we originally talked about the ways to set aside a Default Final Judgment in Florida. You can access the original article here. This post focuses on achieving relief […]Read more ›
If you’ve just discovered the contents of a relative’s Last Will and Testament and are not happy with the results, you may have grounds to contest it via a probate […]Read more ›
If you’re not an expert in legal matters, understanding probate law in Florida can be difficult. A common question that people want to know, after the death of a parent […]Read more ›
Florida Will and Trust Contests Part I: An Overview Unfortunately a testator’s last wishes or estate plan can be simply eviscerated though the actions of unscrupulous characters in their lives. […]Read more ›
We hear from many heirs and beneficiaries who are unhappy with the administration of their Probate for a variety of reasons. In Florida, as an heir or beneficiary, or any […]Read more ›
For most people being sued is a terrible and stressful event. Sometimes, rather than facing the uncertainty head on, people fail to do anything at all. In Florida, the failure to […]Read more ›
Death and Taxes, famously inevitable and often quite brutal on the un-seasoned Florida executor or Personal Representative dealing with a probate. In this article we provide a brief overview of […]Read more ›
Here is a common scenario, you have fought the good fight, gone through litigation, obtained a Judgment from a Judge or Jury and you won! Congratulations. Now the Defendant should […]Read more ›
In previous posts we have provided an overview regarding the collection process in Florida. You can access that article by clicking here. This article will explain Florida’s Enforcement of Foreign […]Read more ›
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