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Become a Better Real Estate Agent – Lulich & Attorneys

Become a Better Real Estate Agent – Lulich & Attorneys Become a better real estate agent. With the ever-changing housing market, the financial stakes of transactions, and disputes with clients and insurance companies, it can be difficult to be a quality, knowledgeable real estate agent. One of the best ways to become a better one is to work with a real estate attorney. Real estate […]

AS-IS Contract Changes for Real Estate Transactions Effective November 1, 2021 – Lulich & Attorneys

AS-IS Contract Changes for Real Estate Transactions Effective November 1, 2021 – Lulich & Attorneys Many of the standard ways for selling real property in Florida changed effective November 1, 2021. The Florida Realtors organization recently summarized some of these changes. What’s important to understand is that if you are buying or selling real estate in Indian River County or anywhere in Florida, you need to speak with an experienced Florida real […]

Family Law Injunction Lawyers in Indian River County – Lulich & Attorneys

Family Law Injunction Lawyers in Indian River County – Lulich & Attorneys A family law injunction is a court order. A family law injunction request generally asks the court to order another person to do/or not to do something. Florida authorizes, according to the Florida Courts, the following types of protective injunctions: Domestic Violence Sexual Violence Dating Violence Repeat Violence Stalking The injunction requests generally seek an […]

An Indian River County Dependency Petition – Lulich & Attorneys

An Indian River County Dependency Petition – Lulich & Attorneys Anyone who suspects that a child is being abused, neglected, or abandoned is required to notify the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). This includes relatives, teachers, healthcare workers, and daycare workers. If DCF believes, after an investigation, that the child is in immediate danger, the agency will file a dependency petition. The petition […]

Indian River County Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements – Lulich & Attorneys

Indian River County Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements – Lulich & Attorneys There are many pros and cons to signing a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is an agreement two people sign before they marry. A postnuptial agreement is a marital agreement signed by spouses after they are married. Both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements seek to avoid divorce contests. Both types of agreements […]

Makeup Time and Time-Sharing – Lulich & Attorneys

Makeup Time and Time-Sharing – Lulich & Attorneys The most important relationships after a divorce or separation are the ones spouses and parents have with their children. Divorce and separation are hard enough on children. The last thing children need when their parents move apart is to be in the middle of a battle over who will spend time (time-sharing), raise them, and […]

Florida’s COVID Foreclosure And Eviction Rules – Lulich & Attorneys

Florida’s COVID Foreclosure And Eviction Rules – Lulich & Attorneys Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Florida homeowners are falling behind on their mortgages and many tenants are falling behind on their rents. In response, the federal government and Florida are taking steps to protect homeowners and renters. One of the key responses is providing foreclosure and eviction protections during the COVID crisis. These new […]

What Steps Do I Need To Take If I Want To Evict My Tenant In Indian River County, Florida? – Lulich & Attorneys

What Steps Do I Need To Take If I Want To Evict My Tenant In Indian River County, Florida? – Lulich & Attorneys Landlords or property owners who want to evict a tenant in Indian River County, Florida need to understand the current state and county laws and rules. In addition, during the pandemic due to COVID-19, they also must comply with state executive orders and other laws regarding evictions during the health crisis. The best course of […]

How Do I Know If I Need To Probate A Property In Order To Sell It? – Lulich & Attorneys

How Do I Know If I Need To Probate A Property In Order To Sell It? – Lulich & Attorneys Probate refers to the administration of the property of a decedent’s estate. In turn, the property of the estate is generally all the property that doesn’t pass to beneficiaries and others – through other means. Many assets do pass outside of probate if there are proper legal documents in place. Example documents include the title […]

When to Use a Pour-Over Will – Lulich & Attorneys

When to Use a Pour-Over Will – Lulich & Attorneys The trust document A pour-over will is normally created in combination with a trust agreement. An experienced estate planning lawyer can explain how these documents work and the pros and cons of each document. A trust agreement is used by a senior or the person planning his/her estate. The creator of the trust places assets […]