Frequently we deal with Florida Probates where an heir or a beneficiary is unable to be found. If you have a Florida Probate Administration where a beneficiary or an heir […]Read more ›
A statute of limitations sets the time frame upon which a cause of action may be brought. Typically, Florida Statute Chapter 95 sets forth the statute of limitations periods. Foreclosure, […]Read more ›
I have recently encountered several homeowners struggling with the foreclosure process and a battle with their homeowners’ insurance company at the same time. If you have monies from your insurer […]Read more ›
When thinking about your estate planning options, it is important to know the backdrop upon which your decisions will be made. If you die without a will, the State of […]Read more ›
Frequently our office gets calls from people involved in the collections process as either a debtor, a person owing money, or a creditor, someone looking to collect from a judgment. […]Read more ›
Our office frequently encounters questions from folks in the Tampa Bay Area and beyond regarding Probate. Some estates simply consist of Mobile homes and or Vehicles. This article is meant […]Read more ›
Our office handles quite a few Florida Foreclosure cases. An issue that constantly arises is the conjunction between Bankruptcy Law and Florida Foreclosure Law. Understanding how they are related can […]Read more ›
If you find yourself reading this article you may be interested in opening a safety deposit box of a family member or loved one in the State of Florida. Fortunately, […]Read more ›
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