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Estate Planning to Avoid Probate Requires Thought

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Attorney William Morris discusses making a Will in his column, Law Matters.

ESTATE PLANNING TO AVOID PROBATE REQUIRES THOUGHT

Estate planning is something many put off for years and in some cases their entire life. Thinking of one’s mortality is not necessarily appealing, and taking time with an attorney to prepare documents is less than exciting for most. Hence, many defer preparing an estate plan as long as possible. When someone decides to prepare an estate plan, they are […]

Title Company or Attorney for Closing

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Attorney William Morris discusses Titles, Policies, and Protection in his column, Law Matters.

Small Claims is the People’s Court

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Attorney William Morris discusses Small Claims in his column, Law Matters.

COVID-19 May Not Excuse Breach of Contract

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Attorney William Morris discusses why the COVID-19 pandemic does not automatically end one’s contractual obligations in his column, Law Matters.

Estate Planning Provides Lifetime Protections

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Attorney William Morris discusses estate planning in his column, Law Matters.

Florida Homestead Is Protected from Creditors

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Attorney William Morris discusses Florida Homestead and Florida’s Constitution in his column, Law Matters.

Income Defined Broadly for Child Support

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Attorney William Morris discusses Child Support in his column, Law Matters.

Condo Disclosure Mandated in Florida

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Attorney William Morris discusses Florida’s Condominium Act in his column, Law Matters.

Condo Associations Have Power


Attorney William Morris discusses the Condominium Act in his column, Law Matters.


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