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LITIGATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION
TRUSTS & ESTATES
DAVID G. BUDD
MARCIE A. CHARLES
ALEXANDRA DEANE GABEL
JEFFREY D. FRIDKIN
RICHARD C. GRANT
CHERYL L. HASTINGS
M. TRAVIS HAYES
WILLIAM M. PEARSON
MICHAEL T. TRAFICANTE
CHARLES C WHITTINGTON
D. KEITH WICKENDEN
CHRISTINA S. WOODS
New Florida Business Corporation Act- Part III
This is Part III of our series. This paper is presented for the Florida corporation clients of GFP in Florida and other parts of the US and in Europe.
New Florida Business Corporation Act- Part 2
This is Part II of our series. This paper is presented for the Florida corporation clients of GFP in Florida and other parts of the US and in Europe.
New Florida Business Corporation Act
The Florida Business Corporation Act, Chapter 607, Florida Statutes (FBCA) was amended by the Florida Legislature in 2019 (Ch. 2019-90 Laws of Florida) and became effective January 1, 2020.
How Can General Contractors Better Protect Themselves During This Unique Time?
Similar to the financial crisis in 2008-2009, we have been regularly contacted by general contractor clients asking the following questions..
COVID-19: Offensive & Defensive Contractual Tools
Despite the upending of commerce these days due to the Covid-19 virus new commercial and consumer contracts continue to be entered into.
Condominiums and Members Testing Positive for COVID-19
What should an association do if it is learned that a resident has texted positive for COVID-19 and/ or what proactive steps can it take to guard against the situation?
Tax Update: New Transfer Tax Exemptions and Rates
Trusts & Estates
It is important to consider transfer tax exemption amounts and income tax rates with regard to your estate planning.
Guardianship Proceedings: A Timeline
A guardianship proceeding can be very stressful, time-consuming, and expensive. If you have just been served with notice of a guardianship proceeding, you may be wondering, “What happens next?”
Don’t Skip The Survey!
If you are buying a home, you are no doubt aware that the expenses add up; down payments, inspection fees and closing costs can put quite the dent in a homebuyer’s wallet.
Understanding the Dreaded FEMA 50% Rule
The so-called “FEMA 50% Rule” is required by the National Flood Insurance Program. Every community that needs federally backed flood insurance to be made available to its citizens must adopt and enforce rules related thereto.
Message from Grant Fridkin Pearson, P.A. regarding the Coronavirus
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