Who Pays for the Tab?
Thu, Dec 19, 2013
Very few people would ever dispute that litigation is an investment. Although some cases are for money while others are to achieve a non-monetary goal, all court related matters are about improving one’s quality of life or obtaining tha... Read More
The Devil is Always in the Detail
Tue, Nov 05, 2013
A will is the most common instrument associated with estate planning and is a document most people are familiar with due to movies, television, and other forms of media. One question many clients have is how formal does a document have to be ... Read More
“I now pronounce you judgment proof.”
Wed, Sep 18, 2013
When many people picture the benefits of marriage they often envision companionship, financial security, and a partner with which you can share your life experiences. While all of those are certainly true, there is one benefit that is often ov... Read More
When is a Landlord Liable for Personal Injury?
Mon, Aug 12, 2013
Absent a contractual modification, the law generally holds that a Landlord is not liable for injuries sustained on a rented property during the term of the lease. There are, however, a few exceptions based on the theory that at times the Land... Read More
Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act
Tue, Jul 09, 2013
The “Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act” governs the relationship between landlords and tenants when they enter into a residential rental agreement. On June 7, 2003, Governor Scott approved CS/HB 77 which serves to change... Read More
Home Co-Ownership - You May Need An Attorney!
Mon, May 06, 2013
When it comes to owning a home, co-ownership is certainly not uncommon. Even if one were to ignore co-ownership between a husband and wife, there are times when multiple siblings inherit a home from a deceased parent, or scenarios under which ... Read More
Probate, It Doesn’t Have to be Problematic
Tue, Mar 26, 2013
If you ask most individuals to describe the function of a will, chances are the majority will be able to at least state that it is a document used to transfer property upon one’s passing. Ask those same individuals to describe “probate&r... Read More