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May 23, 2022

Do I Need to be Rich to Have an Estate Plan?

Estate planning poses several challenges and can be fairly complicated; however, it is a common misconception that you must be rich to have an estate plan. Things in the legal industry are constantly changing. An estate planning attorney in Florida can help provide you with information and show you how important the process is, even if you are not rich. The Florida estate planning lawyers at Nasseh Sirounis Law are dedicated and experienced in helping navigate everything from tax laws to liabilities and anything else that may affect your family. Do I Need to be Rich to Have an [...]

May 09, 2022

What are the Benefits of Using a Title Company Ran by a Law Firm?

Several states require an attorney to be used during real estate transactions; however, Florida does not require a real estate attorney to help with the transaction. It is up to the buyers to choose if they use an attorney or a title company to close the transaction. Though title companies are experienced in helping complete real estate transactions, they are not the same as hiring a Florida real estate attorney. There are several benefits to hiring an attorney or using a title company run by a law firm. The attorneys at Nasseh Sirounis Law can show you how a Florida real estate [...]

April 25, 2022

What are the Fees for Title Insurance?

Anyone who has recently shopped for a home can tell you that there are more fees associated with the final cost of the house than just the sale price. In most situations, homebuyers can typically expect to spend from two to five percent of their loan on closing costs, including the title insurance fee. A Florida real estate attorney can help you determine how much title insurance fees are and who pays for them. The attorneys at Nasseh Sirounis Law can help you calculate all closing costs and your expenses for title insurance. What are the Fees for Title Insurance? Title fees are [...]

December 10, 2015

Arrested In Florida? Know The Procedure And What Happens Next

No matter the circumstance, each and every criminal case will begin with an arrest. An arrest can either be an actual physical arrest, i.e. where you are put in handcuffs and taken down to the county jail, or an officer may decide to issue a Notice to Appear in Court rather than do an actual physical arrest. When an officer does an actual physical arrest, you will be taken to a jail facility and will be processed and booked, i.e. searched, photographed, and placed in a holding cell. You may first be taken to a holding facility or a substation before actually reaching the county jail. Once [...]