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Recorded Conversations: A Warning and Call For Change

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

By: Martin Deptula A friend of mine recently contacted me about his sister, “Karen,” who was considering a divorce from her physically abusive and controlling husband, “Ken.” Ken is a functioning alcoholic, who becomes physically abusive when intoxicated. My friend was excited that his sister had finally decided to end her marriage and escape… Read More »

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Job Title: Insurance Paralegal

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Property Insurance position Seeking a motivated paralegal/legal assistant for a fast-paced property insurance department with demonstrated civil litigation experience. The prospective applicant will provide support to attorneys through all stages of the pre-litigation and litigation process to ensure timely management and progression of the file. Must possess knowledge of State and Federal court rules… Read More »

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Good Lawyers Tell the Bad News

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Authors: Courtney Koch and Ky Koch If your doctor was fairly certain that you had a serious disease, would you want him her to tell you that it is probably just a common cold? Or would you want to know the diagnosis to be able to react to it and properly plan for the… Read More »

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Tampa Metro Names Michael Lundy as “The Face of Family Law” and Charles Carlson as “The Face of Commercial Litigation” in its Spring 2022 Issue

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Tampa Metro Names Michael Lundy as “The Face of Family Law” and Charles Carlson as “The Face of Commercial Litigation” in its Spring 2022 issue.  Click here to read more.

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Do You Really Want to Go to Trial?

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Author: Ky Koch, Esq. In the course of my thirty-five years as a divorce lawyer, I have continually found that husbands and wives have a complete misconception about what happens in a divorce trial. As time goes by, I find myself spending more and more time describing to a client exactly what a trial… Read More »

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Tips on Selling a Home in Florida

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

By Marshall C. Deason, Jr. Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer Please Click Below to Read Marshall’s Tips. Tips on Selling a Home in Florida/Advice from an Old Real Estate Lawyer

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Tips on Buying a Home in Florida

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

By Marshall C. Deason, Jr. Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer Please Click Below to Read Marshall’s Tips. Tips on Buying a Home in Florida/Advice from an Old Real Estate Lawyer

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Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino Is Expanding Its Commercial Litigation Department

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Tampa, Fla., February 2, 2022, Older Lundy Alvarez Koch & Martino, Attorneys at Law, announced that Charles “Charlie” Carlson has joined the firm bringing his thirty years of litigation experience to the firm’s commercial litigation department.   Prior to joining Older Lundy Alvarez Koch & Martino, Mr. Carlson was a partner at the Tampa law… Read More »

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How Can Mediation Resolve My Legal Dispute?

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

Litigation is costly and expensive. This is why many people are eager to avoid going to court in the first place. But there are alternatives to litigation when it comes to resolving a legal dispute. One such alternative is mediation. What Exactly Is Mediation? In simple terms, mediation is when the parties meet with… Read More »

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The Importance Of Complying With The “Proof Of Loss” Requirements In Your Homeowners’ Insurance Policy

By Older, Lundy, Alvarez, Koch & Martino |

An insurance policy is a contract between the insurer and the policyholder. This means both parties have specific obligations that must be met for full coverage under the policy.  In the case of an insured party, such as a homeowner, this typically includes a requirement to provide a sworn “proof of loss” within a… Read More »

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