Probate Law - Estates

Probate: Estates and Trusts

Probate, estates, and trusts can be puzzling, particularly when there is already a lot on your plate. Probate is the legal process of administering someone’s estate after they pass away. For dispersing property to your loved ones, every estate plan involves legal requirements and formalities. If you’re dealing with a decedent’s estate – or if…

Estate planning and the effect of the pandemic

Estate Planning and the effect of the pandemic in the USA

Since 2020, as the Coronavirus had spread across the USA at an accelerating rate, American people have encountered unimaginable situations. Every day brought further closures, cancellations, and quarantines that affected us all and are still present. Businesses and schools were shut down, sporting activities were canceled at all levels and travel restrictions were enforced. Above all, a large number of…

Real Estate Attorney

Real Estate Lawyer: Why do you need one?

A Real Estate Lawyer is essential due to the complexities of real estate law. Especially, where huge amounts of money are involved in even the least complicated transactions. The more complicated and valuable the transaction, the more possible it is that someone may expect to run away with something that is not in your best…

Civil Law in Florida

Understanding Civil Law in Florida

Every person deserves to defend their rights and secure their future. Fortunately, the law exists to protect citizens’ rights. As Americans, our rights have become such a part of our society that we do not even understand the need to protect them until they are commonly abused and violated. It is reasonable to take a measured approach to…

Criminal Defense Attorney

Can I get a DUI charge dismissed?

Many people who face charges of driving under the influence (known as DUI or DWI) plead guilty because they believe they will not be able to get the charges dismissed. They may have had a few drinks and failed a breathalyzer test and consequently believe they are guilty. But that may not be the case.…