• Administrative Law

    Condominium Litigation:  We represent buyers and owners of condominium units in disputes arising under the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act and the Florida Condominium

    Act.  See, CRC 1803, LLC v. North Carillon, LLC, 26 So. 3d 18 (Fla. 3d DCA 2009); CRC 1809, LLC v. North Carillon, LLC, 46 So. 3d 1058 (Fla. 3d DCA 2010); and CRC 603, LLC v. North Carillon, LLC, 77 So. 3d 655 (Fla. 3d DCA 2011), appeal pending, Case No. SC 12-75 (Supreme Court of Florida).

    Our firm represents clients in all aspects of Federal and State regulation, including administrative appeals and litigation before the courts. We are well versed in the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act, which deals with administrative hearings and adjudication, administrative investigations, administrative officers and agents, administrative rulemaking, licensing, and regulatory enforcement.

    Antitrust & Trade Regulation - Anyone who is involved in a business enterprise potentially can be affected by antitrust laws and trade regulations. These are complex areas of the law that are regulated by both the Federal and individual state governments. Our firm has experience in this area of the law and has advised and represented clients in matters involving trade practices; international antitrust; mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO); trade regulation; and unfair competition issues. We represent clients in both State and Federal courts.

    Business and Commercial Law - We provide a wide variety of services to our business clients from assisting in selecting the type of organizational entity under which to operate, preparation of agreements, sale and purchase of businesses, obtaining financing and funding for business operations, and employee relations, to dissolution.

    Business Organizations - The form of business chosen for a business entity potentially affects every aspect of its operations. Our firm assists our clients in formation and business planning in deciding whether they want to operate as a closely held business, limited liability company, partnership, or corporation. We advise our clients about directors' and officers' liability, dissolution, franchising, reorganization, trade association membership and activity, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, business successions, and shareholders' rights.

    Employment Law - Employment law covers a complex network of laws that controls how employers must treat employees, former employees, and applicants for employment. Our firm has experience in interpreting and construing State and Federal statutes and case law in areas such as employment discrimination, affirmative action, sexual harassment, employee benefits, whistleblower litigation, wrongful discharge, employment contracts, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, the Federal Employer's Liability Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and special laws governing municipal employment.

    Entertainment, Sports & Leisure Law - Our firm has expertise in this complex area of the law which includes art, entertainment, sports, tourism, travel, and leisure; often extends into contract, copyright, and tort matters; and requires negotiation and drafting of sophisticated and complex legal documents as well as litigation.

    Government Agencies & Programs - Our firm represents clients in matters in connection with countless state and federal agencies and programs, such as law enforcement agencies, the Food and Drug Administration, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Medicare and Medicaid, Social Security, and many, many others. We advise clients in situations where action, or inaction, of a government agency or availability of a government program affects or potentially affects them.

    Health & Healthcare Law - Our firm has experience in the large and complex body of health and healthcare law which encompasses areas such as disability law, elder law, hospital law, and mental health law and is impacted by Social Security Disability, Medicare and Medicaid, and the Food and Drug Administration.

    Litigation and Appeals - Our firm represents and advises clients who are or might become involved in a lawsuit or appeal as a result of a dispute, including prevention and settlement, in such areas as personal injury and employment claims, contract disputes, and family law and commercial matters.

    Probate & Estate Administration - Our firm handles matters involving Probate and Estate Administration. Probate is the legal process by which a person's debts are paid and assets are distributed upon her or his death. Lawyers refer to the entity that owns the deceased's assets until those assets are distributed as an "estate." Estate Administration includes the probate process as well as non-probate transfers of the deceased's assets. Individual state laws direct the probate court how to distribute the deceased's estate. State laws and procedures vary greatly, so, it is important to consult a firm with expertise in this area of the law to ensure that the deceased's assets are distributed correctly.

    Commercial Law

    (also referred to as Business Law) covers most aspects and transactions of the business spectrum

    including management and operations; accounting, bookkeeping and financing; bankruptcy; contracts; sales, marketing and commerce; buying and selling business entities and their components; labor relations; and taxes. Commercial law and business law encompass several overlapping issues.

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  • Probate Estate Funding

     

    IFC offers probate estate cash advances to heirs. Apply Today

    Worried you will drain your savings accounts, rack up hefty charges on your credit cards, or even go bankrupt while your loved one's estate goes through the probate process? Well, Inheritance Funding Company is here to help. At Inheritance Funding Company

  • Trusts

    Trusts are estate-planning tools that can replace or supplement Larry Metsch can also help manage property during life

    A trust manages the distribution of a person's property by transferring its benefits and obligations to different people.  Maintaining assets in a Trust often makes it easier to minimize taxes and leave a larger inheritance.

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