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December 2015 Archives

Contesting wills -- difficult but possible

There are a number of reasons as to why one might want to contest a will in a Florida probate court. Contesting wills may not be the easiest thing to do, but it is possible to do so successfully. An experience probate attorney can help you if this is a course of action you feel you need to pursue.

Florida commercial property: New industrial park coming soon

It is believed that a recent multi-million dollar property sale in Florida will bring new businesses to the Orlando area. A prime piece of agricultural property was bought by Crews Commercial Venture LLC, with the intent of building a new industrial park. This new commercial property will certainly give area business owners, and others looking to move to the area, more options for setting up shop.

Florida estate planning: Who will handle your financial affairs?

When estate planning, there are a lot of details that need to be covered. Some may be pretty big, while others may seem of little significance. From the major decisions to the minor ones, estate planning certainly covers a lot of ground. During this process, it is important for those residing in Florida or elsewhere to choose who will handle their affairs in the event of incapacitation.

Tenants of residential property in Florida do have rights

There are a lot of times that tenants may feel they are getting walked on by their landlords. The truth of the matter is, Florida tenants of residential property -- and commercial property for that matter -- do have rights. When needed, legal assistance is available to help tackle any issues one may have with his or her landlord.

Seek assistance with residential property and HOA concerns

HOAs (homeowners associations) can be found in residential communities across the state of Florida. They serve a valuable purpose in keeping communities nice and standards high, thereby helping residential property values. Covenants, or community rules, are often drafted with the assistance of legal counsel, so that all residents are one the same page when it comes to community standards. Unfortunately, not all residents believe in the value of these associations, and HOA members may find themselves dealing with quite a few problems.

What do I need to know about estate administration?

In Florida and elsewhere, after a person dies, his or her property will need to be passed on to his or her loved ones or any other beneficiaries. This is often done through estate administration. While not all estates will require an extensive probate process, some cases can take time, especially if there is not a will, if the process is contested or if the estate is quite sizable or complex.

Should I designate beneficiaries?

For those in Florida or elsewhere, deciding who gets what after their deaths can be a difficult decision. Some may be afraid of hurting feelings, or they simply cannot decide how they want things divided out. While it is possible for everything to work out in the end by having an estate go through the probate process, probate can be completed much faster by designating beneficiaries and making things a little easier for one's surviving family members.

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