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Typical Eviction Actions In Florida

If you come home and find a 5-Day Notice to Quit or Pay rent on your Door, the attorneys at the Horton Law Group, P.A. can help you. So, what […]

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What Rights Does A Tenant Have In Florida?

A “Tenant” is defined as a person entitled to occupy a property under a rental agreement. (Fla. Stat. § 83.43). A “Landlord” is defined as the owner or lessor of […]

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What Rights Does A Landlord Have In Florida?

When you do a search on Google to learn what rights a landlord has, you will be surprised to find out that most search results point you toward tenants’ rights, […]

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Attorneys Fees In Guardianship Proceedings

A Guardian, or attorney, who has rendered services to the Ward or to the Guardian on the Ward’s behalf, is entitled to a reasonable fee for services rendered and reimbursement […]

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Guardianship Proceedings Involving Minors

Florida law requires the Court to appoint a Guardian for minors in circumstances where the minor child’s parent(s) die or become incapacitated, or if a child receives inheritance or proceeds […]

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What Are Florida Health Care Directives?

You should be the only person who dictates what happens to your body when you are ill. An important tool for planning for incapacity and illness is the Designation of […]

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Different Types of Business Entities in Florida

So, you want to start a business? There are many choices to choose from. What entity best suits you? Your options include: The Florida Corporation (which include S corporations, C […]

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What Is An Unlawful Detainer?

If someone is on your property and they do not have a lease and they are not legally supposed to be there, you need to file an action for unlawful […]

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Incorporating a Business in Florida

The number one question we receive is why should we incorporate our business? The answer is simple…to protect your personal assets. Once your business is properly incorporated, your business can […]

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Typical Types of Employment Disputes In Florida

Florida is an at-will employment state. Simply put, this means an employer can terminate an employee for any reason – so long as it is legal. So, when does termination […]

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The Different Types of Probate in Florida

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is tough. It is emotionally draining, and when you add on the task of handling a loved one’s estate, it can be […]

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What Is A Florida Financial Power Of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that delegates authority from you to a third party to manage your finances and assets for you. The person you nominate to […]

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Florida Relocation Law

If you have a child in Florida and the Court enters an Order on timesharing between you and the other parent, you cannot leave the state of Florida or “relocate” […]

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The Different Types of Wills In Florida

What is a Last Will and Testament? A Last Will and Testament is one of the most important estate planning documents that is included in your Horton Law Group, P.A. […]

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Different Types of Florida Trusts

Generally speaking, Trusts, also known as a “Trust Agreements,” are documents created by you to manage your assets during your lifetime and to appoint a Trustee to distribute your assets […]

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What Are Incapacity & Guardianship Proceedings?

Incapacity Proceedings  In the state of Florida, if someone lacks the capacity to make their own medical and/or financial decisions and they do not have proper estate plans in place […]

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Florida Will Contests and Florida Trust Contests

What are the grounds for contesting the validity of a Florida Will or Trust in Florida? Not properly executed. For a Will to be valid, it must be in writing, […]

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Different Types of Guardianship Proceedings

Limited Guardianship The Court will find a limited guardianship is appropriate if the Court determines the Ward lacks the capacity to do some, but not all, of the tasks necessary […]

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What is Parental Responsibility?

Parental responsibility is a term of art for who decides the major issues involving the minor child. Parental responsibility refers to decision-making related to the child’s health, wellbeing, education, and […]

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Perjury and Fraud Claims in Family Law Cases

Everyone pictures someone being questioned in trial and yelling, “THE TRUTH! YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!” Most family law cases don’t play out in Court like the movie A Few […]

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Modification Proceedings in Family Law Cases

So, you have a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage, or a Final Judgment Establishing Paternity. Within the Final Judgment is a Child Support Order and a Parenting Plan. At […]

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Contempt and Enforcement Proceedings

If you have a Court Order in place wherein the other party is required to comply with that Order and they are not complying, you can file an enforcement action […]

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Probate Assets vs. Non-Probate Assets

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is tough. It is emotionally draining, and when you add on the task of handling a loved one’s estate, it can be […]

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All I Want for Christmas is to Finalize My Divorce

     LAWYERS BEWARE…If you’ve been representing someone in a knock-down, drag-out, decade-long divorce action, with no end in sight, it’s understandable that you’d be a frustrated. While some attorneys prefer […]

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