How to Resolve Partnership Disputes

Two or more people entering a business relationship is generally called a partnership. Most people enter these relationships with the best intentions but often don’t plan for when things go wrong. Partnership disputes arise when disagreements occur between business partners regarding various aspects of their partnership, such as finances, management, or ownership. Timely resolution is crucial to prevent further...

Probate Mediation

When you lose a loved one, the last thing you want to do is get into a fight about what should happen to their property. Yet, family members or others in your loved one’s life may be unexpectedly willing to turn your loved one’s death into a fight. Before you respond to or escalate probating your loved one’s estate,...

Statute Of Limitations in Florida for Probate Litigation

Generally, probate litigation involves challenging the administration of the estate of a deceased individual (i.e., decedent). Florida law attempts to ensure estates are closed as soon as possible to avoid a decedent holding title to any property for an extended period. As a result, the statute of limitations on probate litigation is relatively short. With few exceptions, you must...

How to Qualify for a Farm Tax Credit

Farm tax credits in Florida are incentives provided to landowners to support agricultural activities and promote economic growth in the state’s agricultural sector. Operations must meet specific requirements, such as actively cultivating agricultural products and complying with environmental regulations to qualify for farm tax credits in Florida. By understanding these criteria and how to qualify for farm tax credits,...

How To Get an Agricultural Tax Exemption In Florida

Agricultural tax exemptions are state-offered incentives offered to encourage and support agricultural activities. These exemptions can reduce property taxes for landowners engaged in farming or other agricultural endeavors. Florida’s agricultural tax exemption program supports the state’s agricultural industry by providing tax relief to eligible landowners. Properties must meet specific criteria to qualify. Understanding these requirements is vital to ensure...

How Does Probate Litigation Work In Florida

Losing a loved one is hard. Worrying about the deceased’s estate only adds stress to the situation. Probate is the legal process through which a deceased person’s estate is administered and distributed under court supervision. It involves submitting and validating the deceased person’s will in the proper Florida court, identifying and inventorying assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing...

LLC vs. Corporation Differences, Regulations & Similarities

A business entity is an organization that engages in commercial, industrial, or professional activities. There are various entity structures to choose from, and each type has its unique structure, rights, and responsibilities. Two of the most common types of entities are the corporation and the limited liability company, or LLC. A business owner may choose an LLC for its...

llc formation documents

When it comes to business entity structure, only some are as versatile as the limited liability company (LLC). Offering liability protection and flexibility, LLC owners are not personally liable for the company’s debts or liabilities, protecting their personal assets. Also, LLCs have fewer formalities and paperwork requirements than corporations, making them easier to manage. They offer pass-through taxation, where...

Difference Between Trademark & Registered Trademark

A trademark is a distinctive symbol, word, phrase, design, or combination that legally identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services from those of others. It serves as a unique identifier for businesses, helping consumers recognize and associate products or services with a specific brand. And while trademarks and registered trademarks have similar names, they have slightly different...