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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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