Real Estate Attorneys and Title Insurance

Homeowners in Land O’ Lakes and Wesley Chapel, Florida, and those who are buying a home are entering into a fast-paced real estate market. Whether using a real estate agent or a for sale buy owner transaction, our Pasco County Real Estate Attorneys assist buyers and sellers with the real estate contract, escrow deposits, title insurance, title searches and through closing. We offer fast quotes for closing costs, title insurance, doc stamps and all other fees associated with buying or selling a Florida home.

Hillsborough and Pasco County Estate Planning, Bankruptcy, and Family Law

Estate Planning and Probate

Representing clients with Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorneys and Living Wills

Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Law

Representing clients in Hillsborough and Pasco County Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Filing.

Divorce and Alimony Law

Representing clients in Hillsborough and Pasco County Family Court Proceedings.

Family Law Attorneys

Family law covers many areas such as divorce, custody of children, alimony, visitation rights, paternity cases and related areas. Our law office in Tampa, Florida handles cases under family law year-round. We look at each case separately and objectively while finding a solution that works out best for our clients. In cases of family law, such as divorce and custody battles, matters are more complex and lawyers have to handle such cases either sensitively or quickly depending on the circumstances of the clients and the entire case. For example, in a domestic violence injuction situation, a client needs an unemotional and quick-thinking attorney who can push forward quickly and objectively for the safety of the client and possibly any involved children.

Understanding both your rights and options are vital to a fair and equitable outcome.

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Bankruptcy Lawyers

Are you thinking of filing for Chapter 7, Chapter11, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy? As per the rules, Florida bankruptcy law bears certain provisions whereby the person filing for bankruptcy may keep some or all of their property. It also impacts how much one can repay creditors under the Chapter 13 plan. There are also some advantages of filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy vs a chapter 7 bankruptcy.Understanding your rights, responsibilities, an restrictions during bankruptcy is crucial to successful court approval of your bankruptcy filing in federal court.