August, 2016

Florida Property Taxes – You Must Act Soon If You Wish to Contest Your County’s Proposed Assessments

August 24th, 2016

Posted in IRS & Tax Information,Real Estate Law

The Firm is republishing an August 2015 blog post regarding the ability of Florida property owners to contest or appeal the assessed value of their property.  The republished blog, below, includes updated information for 2016.
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Planning Options for Parents of Minor Children

August 19th, 2016

Posted in Estate & Personal Planning

Our personal planning services are for everyone!  Many people believe that only the elderly or those with bad health prognoses need to visit an attorney to do their estate planning and execute a will or trust.  Others may believe that they have no need for any planning as they may believe assets may automatically go to their children.  We recommend that you visit a Florida attorney to analyze your situation and ensure that your wishes in regards to your assets shall become reality. Life has many uncertainties and it is best to have peace of mind no matter your age. 
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Condominium and Homeowners’ Association Members may be Entitled to Attend and Speak at Committee Meetings

August 5th, 2016

Posted in Condominium & Homeowner Association Law

Most members and managers of condominium and homeowners’ associations know that association members are entitled to notice of board meetings and may speak on designated agenda items.  But what about committee meetings?  The answer depends on the type of community association, the purpose and authority of the committee, and the provisions of the association’s governing documents.  Although an attorney with experience in community association law should assist with interpretation of the association’s governing documents, the following should be a helpful starting point
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