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Are You Having a Dispute with Your HOA?

By: Inverso Law Group

There are benefits to having a homeowner’s association (HOA) overseeing your community or condo complex. HOAs strive to keep up common areas of a community, including fencing, signs, outdoor lighting, pool areas, and much more.

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Why it's Important to Shop Around when Getting a Contractor

By: Inverso Law Group

Hiring a contractor is a big decision. You are committing a substantial amount of money to this person’s expertise.

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How Will Estate Plans Change in 2020?

By: Inverso Law Group

It is important to have an experienced attorney regularly reviewing your estate plan in light of changing circumstances and changing laws. The following are some ways that estate plans might need to change in 2020.

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New Parents and Estate Planning

By: Inverso Law Group

When you have a child, you are responsible for caring for that child and ensuring their needs are met until they are 18 or older. While you are likely focusing on the day-to-day with your new child, you should always stop and consider long-term plans, including what might happen if you become incapacitated or you pass away.

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Importance of Estate Planning

By: Inverso Law Group

It is all too easy to put off estate planning. After all, many people associate estate planning with being elderly or very ill, and they assume that younger adults do not need a formal estate plan. This is a mistake, however, as not having an estate plan can leave your family with a lot of uncertainty, and your estate likely will not be distributed as you would have wished.

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It is Always Important to Have a Lawyer Review Your Contracts

By: Darren R. Inverso, Esq.

Contracts are involved in many aspects of our lives. Many people do not even realize that when they order a product or service, they are entering into a contract with the provider. Businesses are constantly entering into contracts, whether it is a relatively straightforward vendor agreement, an agreement between owners, or an agreement governing a complex merger and acquisition deal.

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Why an Operating Agreement is Important

By: Darren R. Inverso, Esq.

If you are in the process of starting a business, you are probably extremely excited about getting your products or services to the market and starting a new chapter in your life. It is important, however, to make sure that you are taking steps to protect your rights and ensuring that your new venture is in compliance with Florida law.

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A Review of Non-compete Agreements - How Is Yours?

By: Darren R. Inverso, Esq.

Over the course of 2017 and 2018, I have had multiple cases involving non-compete agreements. In some instances, I was retained by the employer and in others by the employee but in all instances, the same basic analysis applies...

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Are You A Contractor? Maybe or Maybe Not

By: Darren R. Inverso

In Florida, it is a criminal offense to engage in contracting work or otherwise act in the capacity of a contractor without a valid Florida contractor’s license. Contracting without a license in Florida is a serious criminal offense and can be charged as a felony or misdemeanor carrying possible jail time and fines of $1,000.00 and higher.

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