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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 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 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 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 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 is Expanding its Civil Litigation Department and Naming an Additional Partner

By Older Lundy Koch & Martino |

Tampa, FL, February 25, 2022, OLDER LUNDY ALVAREZ & KOCH, Attorneys at Law, announced that Anthony D. Martino will be joining the firm’s civil litigation department, bringing with him decades of experience and an outstanding reputation for leadership, hard work and community involvement. Mr. Martino’s name will now be added to the firm’s name…. Read More »

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Older Lundy Koch & Martino Is Expanding Its Commercial Litigation Department

By Older Lundy Koch & Martino |

Tampa, Fla., February 2, 2022, Older Lundy 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 Koch & Martino, Mr. Carlson was a partner at the Tampa law firm of… Read More »

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Top 3 Differences Between A Collaborative Divorce And A Traditional Divorce

By Kim Hamill |

What are the top 3 differences you should know between a traditional and collaborative divorce? Read attorney Kim Hamill’s recent article in the Tampa Bay Business Journal to learn more. What is collaborative divorce? How does it differ from the traditional divorce process? Do I have any other options? These are common questions asked… Read More »

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How An Attorney Can Help With Equalizing Payments In A Divorce

By Martin Deptula |

What are equalizing payments and how can an attorney help to ensure equitable distribution.  Read attorney Martin Deptula’s recent article in the Tampa Bay Business Journal for more. When people think about divorce most people are drawn to the issue of alimony and, if children are involved, timesharing and child support. In Florida, however,… Read More »

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How Can Mediation Resolve My Legal Dispute?

By Older Lundy 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 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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