REAL ESTATE | PROBATE | LEGACY PLANNING
Areas of Practice
Bondy Law is dedicated to providing exceptional services in real estate transactions, probate administration, and personalized legacy planning for both families and businesses. Our legacy planning includes asset protection and probate avoidance, helping clients safeguard their assets and plan for a secure future.
Frequently Asked Questions
A legacy plan may include a Last Will and Testament, Revocable Living Trust, Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate, Living Will, and sometimes other specialized documents tailored to your unique needs.
An experienced legacy planning attorney can provide personalized advice, draft documents that meet Florida’s legal requirements, and ensure your legacy plan reflects your specific wishes, reducing the risk of errors and potential legal issues for your family.
Probate is the legal process of administering a person’s estate after their death. Properly structured estate plans, such as living trusts, can help assets pass directly to beneficiaries without going through probate, saving time and money.
The costs of probate in Florida may include court filing fees, attorney fees, personal representative fees, and other related expenses. These costs are typically paid from the estate’s assets. And, remember, you are not required to use the attorney who prepared the will to handle the probate process. Consult with an experienced probate attorney at Bondy Law to find the best counsel for your family.
Hiring an experienced real estate law attorney ensures that your interests are protected throughout the transaction. We work with (not in place of) your realtor to provide legal guidance, negotiate and review contractual obligations, and handle any issues that may arise, resulting in a smoother and more secure real estate transaction.
A title search is a thorough examination of public records to verify the property’s ownership history and identify any potential liens or encumbrances. It is essential to ensure that the title is clear and that the property can be transferred without legal issues or unresolved interests of prior owners.
Sometimes it becomes necessary to remove a person’s name from a property deed. This often happens in cases of divorce or death. Although it might seem like removing someone from a deed would be a simple process, it’s actually a complicated matter that is best left to an experienced attorney.
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