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Monthly Archives: November 2023


Importance of Foreclosure Defense Amid Florida’s Homeowners Insurance Crisis

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Farmers Insurance recently decided to discontinue new coverage in Florida. This sent shockwaves through the state of its own accord, and now the insurance company “Progressive” has announced that they plan to “non-renew” approximately half of its home insurance policies in December. This is an estimated 100,000 policies. These major departures of prominent insurance… Read More »


Types of Florida Probate litigation Involving Heirs

By Suncoast Civil Law |

You likely know that the term “probate” refers to the process of inventorying and distributing a person’s assets to the right parties after the person’s death. The court that oversees this process – the probate court – very often also processes probate litigation cases. Probate litigation can occur for a number of reasons. Likely… Read More »


Can You Collect Child Support from a Deceased Parent’s Estate in Florida?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Every parent who has worked through the process of a divorce knows that even if a romantic relationship comes to an end; you never stop being a parent. The state of Florida has developed the law to help ensure that children of divorce receive the support they need from their parents. Accordingly, parents in… Read More »


How Does Inheritance Work for Step-Children in Florida?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Step-children CAN inherit from an estate, but they are not automatically entitled to the same inheritance rights as a biologically born heir. While this means there is some extra leg work to do on the estate planning side if you want to ensure your step child inherits anything, this is nothing to be concerned… Read More »