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Monthly Archives: November 2022

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Landlords Are Not Required To Provide Air Conditioning In Florida – How To Protect Your Interests Before You’re Locked In

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Houston, Tucson, even Miami – many huge, thriving metropolises have only boomed in the last hundred years or so. The landscape did not change, the people did not change – but our ability to control the atmosphere in our homes and workplaces did. The invention of air conditioning literally changed this country and encouraged… Read More »

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Terminating Trusts In Florida 101

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Given the complicated (and often, convoluted) nature of the Florida Probate process, it stands to reason that many individuals choose to create a Trust as part of their estate plan. In earlier posts this blog has already gone through the merits of creating such a trust, and the time and money the estate-planning tool… Read More »

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A New Storm Brewing… Beware Of Consumer Fraud In The Wake Of Hurricane Ian

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Hurricane Ian slammed the sunshine state. Reportedly the expected wind damages, storm-surge damages, and complete reported all-out losses from the storm is estimated to reach somewhere between $28 billion and $47 billion dollars. If this estimate turns out to be the case, then Hurricane Ian will be the costliest storm to hit Florida in… Read More »

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Who Can Terminate A Lease? And Can A Prior Landlord Continue To Charge Me, Even After Moving Out?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

So you were offered your dream job across state – or, at least, a step in the right direction. You rationalize that moving a few hours away won’t be such a big deal, and the lease on the apartment you have been renting for eight months doesn’t have a specific termination date. So, you… Read More »