Why Does Florida Probate Take So Long?

Posted by Overstreet Law | Mar 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Whether you are named as a Personal Representative in a Will or a beneficiary of an intestate estate, you may find yourself in the Florida probate process after the death of a loved one. Families often wonder what steps are involved in the probate process and how long it will take. There are many...

Important Considerations For Choosing A Business Entity

Posted by Overstreet Law | Feb 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

When you start a new business, or sometimes, when your existing business grows, or your personal assets change significantly, it's time to evaluate or re-evaluate the type of business entity your company runs under. Many small businesses begin as sole proprietorships because of the ease of settin...

¿Qué pasa cuando alguien muere sin un testamento?

Posted by Overstreet Law | Feb 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Cuando alguien muere sin un testamento, las cosas pueden complicarse. ¿Quién es el responsable de tomar decisiones? ¿Cómo se sabe quién hereda qué activos? Cuando no hay un testamento que nombre a un representante personal o beneficiarios, puede ser difícil para una familia saber por dónde empeza...

Complicaciones de una escritura de reclamo de renuncia

Posted by Overstreet Law | Jan 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

Kissimmee FL – Los títulos de propiedad se utilizan para transferir la propiedad de una parte a otra. Hay dos tipos básicos de escrituras de propiedad en Florida: una escritura de garantía y una escritura de reclamo de renuncia. Los dos ofrecen diferentes niveles de protección para el nuevo propi...

An Overview Of L-1 Visas And Who Qualifies For Them

Posted by Overstreet Law | Dec 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

The L-1 Visa makes it possible for international companies to move key employees like managers, executives, and professionals with specialized knowledge to offices or facilities in the U.S. There are two types of L-1 Visas available depending upon the scope and requirements of the employee's work...

The EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Green Card

Posted by Overstreet Law | Nov 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

United States immigration laws allow people who demonstrate exceptional or outstanding abilities in their fields of expertise to apply for a Green Card based on their extraordinary abilities. Green Cards based on extraordinary ability fall into the first employment-based preference category (EB-1...

When Is It A Good Idea To Hire An Immigration Lawyer?

Posted by Overstreet Law | Nov 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

For some people, applying for an immigrant visa or a Green Card is a straightforward process, and they may decide to handle the matter on their own. For many more people, though, the process involves questions and complications. Whether you're applying for immigration documents for yourself and y...

Let An Attorney Help With Getting Your Green Card

Posted by Overstreet Law | Oct 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Approximately 30 million people have immigrated to the United States since 1990, and the U.S. government issues about one million green cards each year. The term green card is slang for an Alien Registration Card (I-551) which certifies that a person is a “lawful permanent resident” of the United...

Get Help With Your Application For Naturalization

Posted by Overstreet Law | Oct 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

The process of naturalization is the most common path for people who were not born as citizens of the United States to gain US citizenship. Completing the application for naturalization (or USCIS form N-400) and successfully demonstrating that you meet all the eligibility requirements can be time...

What Does A Real Estate Attorney Do?

Posted by Overstreet Law | Oct 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

When you are involved in a residential or commercial real estate transaction in Florida, it's important to understand what a real estate attorney can to do to actively protect your interests, prevent mistakes, and solve issues that could delay your closing. Working with a real estate attorney hel...

What Happens When Someone Dies Without A Will?

Posted by Overstreet Law | Aug 08, 2018 | 0 Comments

When someone dies without a will things can get complicated. Who is responsible for making decisions? How do you know who inherits which assets? 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 handl...

How To Remove Someone From A Deed

Posted by Overstreet Law | Jul 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sometimes it becomes necessary to remove a person's name from a property deed. This often happens in cases of divorce or death. Although it might seem like removing someone from a deed would be a simple process, it's actually a complicated matter that is best left to a real estate law attorney. D...

What’s Title Insurance And Do I Have To Buy It?

Posted by Overstreet Law | May 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

Title insurance is a specialized insurance policy that protects buyers and lenders against claims that may arise over the title of a piece of property. The policy is a one-time purchase that remains in effect for the duration of ownership, so if, for example, your children inherit your home, the ...

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