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Monthly Archives: May 2024


Can I Contest a Trust in Florida?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Trusts are an essential piece of many Floridian’s estate plans. It is easy to see why – a trust can be an important tool in helping beneficiaries to avoid the notoriously tricky Florida probate process and guardianship courts. While trusts can help to protect important assets, it is not without its rules and complications…. Read More »


Why You May Need an Attorney Upon a Loved One’s Death

By Suncoast Civil Law |

The first time many people encounter the courts or the potential of hiring an attorney is after the death of a close relative. Oftentimes a bank or financial institution will reach out requesting information, or someone is notified that they are a beneficiary of an estate, or that they have inherited some responsibility under… Read More »


The Importance of “Material” Matters in Business Contracts

By Suncoast Civil Law |

When we enter into a contract with someone, both parties want something from the other. Whether that is an actor coming to your daughter’s birthday party dressed like a princess, a decking company to finish the barbecue area before the fourth of July party, or a multimillion dollar deal for a corporation to perform… Read More »


Crafting Contracts with “Material” Items in Mind

By Suncoast Civil Law |

As discussed in our previous article, “The Importance of “Material” Matters in Business Contracts,” a binding contractual agreement will involve two or more parties coming together to form an agreement. In exchange for goods, services, or something similar, one party will give the other party some form of repayment, what in the contractual world… Read More »