Entries by Overstreet Law

Protecting Your Assets

When you think about homestead exemption, most people immediately think of the $25,000 property tax exemption. That’s because many people are unaware of a valuable form of asset protection granted under Florida’s Constitutional homestead exemption. The Florida Constitution, Article X, Section 4, exempts homestead property “from forced sale under process of any court”. This means […]

Who Qualifies For The E-2 Investor Visa?

The E-2 visa is a temporary work visa that allows businesspeople from certain countries with which the U.S. has entered into treaties to work in the U.S. Like all visas, applicants must meet certain requirements in order to qualify. Qualifications For An E-2 Treaty Investor Visa There are six requirements for the E-2 visa: The […]

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When there’s not a will, there’s still a way

Losing a loved one is never easy, and it can be even more overwhelming when that loved one fails to leave a will behind. When there is no will to name a personal representative or beneficiaries, it can be difficult for a family to know where to begin when it comes to handling the decedent’s […]

A guide to business immigration terms

Whether you’re currently conducting international business or looking to start or invest in a business in the United States, it’s beneficial to understand immigration and business terms commonly used in the business immigration application process. Being familiar with the legal jargon helps you to communicate clearly with other individuals involved in the process including business […]