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Monthly Archives: February 2023


Estate Planning And The Florida Guardianship Process

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Proper estate planning is a key way to protect your estate against many things – including a court ordered guardianship. Florida is a state that is popular with retirees. Our population, more than most, does need the provisions in Florida law that allow a family member, or professional guardian, to act as a legal… Read More »


Consumer Fraud: Protect Yourself From Auto Repair Fraud

By Suncoast Civil Law |

One of the most common consumer fraud complaints is that an individual feels they were ripped off by an auto repair shop. Everyone who owns a car understands that you have to perform routine maintenance and make occasional repairs in order to keep your vehicle running. However, visiting the auto-repair shop can be a… Read More »


New Requirements Set For Residential Landlords

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Governor DeSantis recently signed a bill into law that, in part, places new requirements on residential landlords. While some of the aspects of the law will not come into effect until 2023, others are active now and should be on the radar of any landlord of transient or non-transient apartments History and Purpose of… Read More »


Florida Courts Consider: Is A Child Conceived After Their Father’s Death Entitled To Social Security Benefits?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently decided to not rule on a question presented to that court: does a child who was conceived after their Father’s death qualify to receive Social Security Surviving Child Insurance Benefits? Instead, the court stated that the Florida Supreme Court was a better venue to issue clarity… Read More »