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Why Is Asset Protection So Important?

What is asset protection? In simpler terms, it is a form of financial planning that enables you to legally safeguard your wealth or assets. Both businesses and individuals need to protect their assets within the bounds of the law. This limits the access that creditors can have to your personal assets when making a claim….

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Do I Need A Will Attorney To Draft My Will?

Drafting a will is one of the most procrastinated about tasks of all time. Nobody wants to confront the prospect of their passing and what it will mean for their loved ones. But drafting a will is also one of the best things you can do to simplify the grieving process for your family and…

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What Does Legal Services Mean?

Most people understand that the law makes up the framework of society. However, it can be difficult to understand the full scope of legal services that firms offer. Legal services are services provided to an individual or business by a licensed legal practitioner or firm. Understanding The Different Types of Legal Services There are many…

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Can I Stop A Home Foreclosure In Florida?

Are you facing foreclosure and wondering how to handle the challenge legally? Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the balance of a loan from a borrower who has defaulted on their mortgage payments. In the State of Florida, the lender must file a lawsuit in court to initiate the…

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Understanding Corporate Law In 2023

If you run a corporation, it’s important to understand the basics of corporate law: the laws related to how a corporation operates, from formation to funding, and even its demise. Understanding this “life cycle” is paramount to operating a successful commercial business. Read on to learn more about understanding corporate law as we head into…

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Florida Contract Law: Understanding The Basics

It may sometimes appear that law, with its complicated concepts and terminology, is the exclusive domain of lawyers. But the law is constantly operating in the background of some of your most simple daily interactions. Contract law regulates the thousands of transactions you will enter over the course of your life, whether you’re purchasing a…

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Are You Considering Hiring A Corporate Lawyer?

If you run your own business, hopefully, you’ll never encounter any legal issues. But in the event that you do, that’s when a corporate lawyer will be useful to you. Corporate lawyers can help you set up your business, but they are also lifesavers in the event of legal changes that could affect the operation…

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What To Do When Facing A Home Foreclosure

Many Americans are getting behind on their bills in these hard economic times. Running behind on mortgage payments can result in possible home foreclosure. Homeowners have options when they are facing this unfortunate circumstance. Trying to prevent foreclosure on your own can be a big and life-changing mistake. An experienced attorney can fight for you…

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When Should You Consider a Reverse Mortgage?

You’ve heard of mortgages, but have you ever heard of reverse mortgages? These are unique types of house payments eligible for people over the age of 62 with considerable amounts of equity in their property. When seniors need additional funds not included in their fixed retirement income for certain expenses, they can get the money…

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What is Probate and How Can I Avoid it??

Probate is the Court supervised procedure by which someone who dies can get the property they leave behind at the time of death to their designated beneficiaries. Negatives: Costs involved (thousands of dollars in Attorney’s fees & court costs Length of time it takes (6-12 months) Do I need to have a probate if I…

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