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As a small business attorney, I am in a unique position to see all of the ways a business can, and does, go wrong. In their infancy, small businesses, are nearly always started by starry eyed entrepreneurs looking through rose colored glasses. Fresh with a new idea, new business owners are quick to go online and file for an LLC,…Read More

Definition- Per-stirpes is Latin for “by roots,” and refers to every person down a family tree beginning from another person. Under this system, eeach branch of the family is to receive an equal share of an estate. If an heir in the first generation of a branch predeceases the decedent, the share will be distributed among that heir’s children in…Read More

Definition – intentionally drafting your estate plan so that someone who would otherwise inherit under the laws of intestacy, is specifically excluded from the ability to inherit from the estate.   What It Really Means to Disinherit Someone? The laws of intestacy are determined by each state, and indicate how an estate should be distributed if there is no will.…Read More

Definition- A spendthrift provision creates an irrevocable trust which prevents creditors from attaching the interest of the beneficiary in the trust before that interest is actually distributed to him. This protection exists only while property remains in the trust. Spendthrift provisions are a standard part of a spendthrift trust, which is a trust that is created for the benefit of…Read More

Definition- a trust that is set up for a person with special needs to supplement any benefits the person with special needs may receive from government programs. Allows the beneficiary to receive government benefits while still receiving funds from the trust. There are three types of special needs trusts: first-party trust, third-party trust, and pooled trust. Sometimes a special needs…Read More


If you own or manage just a few rental properties in Fort Lauderdale, FL, you probably don’t keep a landlord representation attorney on retainer or on staff. As a small operation, you shouldn’t necessarily need to frequently consult a landlord representation attorney. However, it is important for the future of your business that you are able to recognize the situations…Read More

This past June, Governor Ron DeSantis signed HB-409 which  allows for electronic signing, witnessing and notarization of wills and other estate planning documents, and outlines strict standards that must be followed during the process. While the legislation itself does give some insight into how the law will actually work, and lays out a lot of the framework, it is still…Read More

Unfortunately for millions of felons across the state of Florida, while voting rights may have been restored by constitutional amendment, Felons still can not act in certain roles. One of those prohibited roles is acting as a personal representative. See, Fla.Stat. 733.303. This means that if your appointed personal representative is a Felon, they will be ineligible to serve, and your…Read More

For most small business’s entering into contracts with vendors and clients is a very regular and necessary practice. Although, with so many contracts that are signed are you aware of what every term in every contract you signed means? To make your contract review easier, it is important to be aware of some of the common dangerous contract terms. Today,…Read More

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