Monthly Archives: August 2021
There are many situations where adults may no longer be able to care for themselves or make certain decisions because of mental incapacity. If the incapacitated adult has not made prior legal arrangements, such as executing a power of attorney or a living trust, it may be necessary for a to petition a Florida… Read More »
14 OLDER LUNDY ALVAREZ & KOCH attorneys have been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2022 publication, one of the oldest and most prestigious organizations to rank attorneys in the United States. OLDER LUNDY ALVAREZ & KOCH attorneys recognized with The Best Lawyers in America© 2022 designation include: Michael Lundy– Family Law and Collaborative Family Law Rick Alvarez–… Read More »
Insurance companies are quick to deny property damage claims based on some alleged failure of the policyholder to comply with the terms of the policy. Indeed, even when the policyholder can show they followed the rules, the insurance company may still contend it is not responsible for paying you owed insurance benefits. Ultimately, such… Read More »
Alimony is not meant to punish or impoverish a spouse. To the contrary, the legal objective of alimony is to ensure both spouses have adequate financial resources to meet their living expenses following a divorce. Florida law requires a judge to consider a number of different statutory factors when determining the appropriate type and… Read More »
In this podcast of “On The Record With Sarina Fazan” joining the discussion is Attorney Jennifer Meister of Older Lundy Alvarez & Koch, who practices family and marital law in Tampa Bay.
The death of a family member is often a stressful and confusing time for the survivors. Aside from having to deal with the loss itself and the accompanying burial and funeral rights, there are also a number of potential legal issues that need to be addressed. Foremost among them is dealing with the probate… Read More »