At the height of the national recession, which brutalized the Florida economy, we were known as the "foreclosure state" it was a tough time, and many homes fell into "foreclosure" because it was so hard to keep up with those mortgage payments each month. Are you dealing with a "foreclosure"? Do you need answers? Please allow Principle Legal to assist you in navigating your way through all of this.
These days the market in Florida is "booming" and it's a sellers market, but that doesn't mean you won't have your share of "foreclosures" buyers are likely to be talking about limited inventory, high prices and incredibly low interest rates. A "short sale" is a good deal for these buyers, and it helps you to avoid full "foreclosure" We can also persuade the homeowner to report the debt as being "paid in full"
You may be in a high-percentage loan, or facing financial hardship and need a "loan modification" A "loan modification" is a complex process and must be done correctly. Be prompt in doing so because a "loan modification" can indeed prevent a foreclosure.
"Evictions" Nobody wants to get that yellow notice taped to their front door. -Timing of Eviction Notices for Failure to pay Rent in Florida- If unable to pay rent on time, or accused of violating a "lease" your Landlord is allowed to provide a "Three Day Notice" giving you only three days to either pay the rent or vacate the property. Fighting an "eviction" can be very costly and should not be fought unless you have a solid defense. There may be several defenses available to a tenant to challenge an eviction. Please call us today to find out if you have a strong case against your "eviction", or "foreclosure" and we will be happy to help you in resolving these issues.
Probate Guardianship refers to a court appointed adult who is not the child's parent to take care of the child or the child's property. There are two types of probate guardianship: Probate guardianship of the person and Probate guardianship of the estate.
Estate - An individual's property and assets -- including real estate, bank accounts, life insurance policies, stocks, and personal property such as automobiles and jewelry. There is often question of who the executer may be. Executor - A person named in a will who is authorized to manage the estate of the deceased person. The executor will collect the property, pay off any debts, and distribute property and assets according to the terms of the will.
There are many different areas of these processes and you may need help in finding your way. We have years of experience in guiding families through and it’s not something that you can do all by yourself. You will need a strong willed and talented Attorney to make this easy for you. Please call us today for your free consultation. Principle Legal is here to serve your legal needs and assist you through the processes of Probate/Guardianship.
Divorce can often be intricate and have many complex elements such as alimony, child support, custody or time-sharing, relocation, equitable distribution, injunctions and even domestic violence issues. Principle Legal will guide you through this very sensitive moment your life. Your family is the most important thing to you, we understand this and we want to help. Family Law covers more than just divorce, it covers a wide variety of both exciting and challenging issues. Here at Principle Legal Offices we have helped hundreds of Families in getting their lives back on track with stability. When it comes to divorce and family matters there are going to be many questions. The good news is that consultations are free. Do you need answers? Contact us today for the answers that you need. Call us today (386) 626-9006 or send an e-mail: email@example.com
Bankruptcy is a legal status of a person or other entity that cannot repay the debts it owes to creditors. In most jurisdictions, bankruptcy is imposed by a court order, often initiated by the debtor. Should you file bankruptcy? Chapter 7,11? or 13? These are questions for a competent and experienced Attorney. Allow Principle Legal to assist you in this decision making process, so they we may assure the best of results for you and your family.
In the United States, bankruptcy is applied more broadly to formal insolvency proceedings. A fundamental goal of the federal bankruptcy laws enacted by Congress is to give debtors a financial "fresh start" from burdensome debts. The Supreme Court made this point about the purpose of the bankruptcy law in a 1934 decision:
"It gives to the honest but unfortunate debtor…a new opportunity in life and a clear field for future effort, unhampered by the pressure and discouragement of preexisting debt."
Contact Principle Legal today and get started with a fresh start on life. Our team is here to guide you every step of the way.
Personal Injury Lawyer in DeLand, Deltona and Headquarters in Orange City. Our cases cover a wide variety of topics. It could be a medical procedure, a biking accident, food poisoning, DUI... it's unexpected. There are hundreds of personal injury claims made every month in Florida, but some people let it go. They live with the pain and simply take what they can get. Do not settle for less, a Personal Injury Attorney is necessary. This is your life and your family will be greatly affected. If you have been injured, due to no fault of your own, you may have a strong case. Principle Legal Offices in Orange City and DeLand, Florida, more than just a Personal Injury Law Firm, we'll help you in getting things back together. First, you need to call (386) 262-9006 Some people hesitate with the initial phone call to an Attorney because they feel as though they may not be able to afford it, however, "Time is of the Essence" not every Lawyer is the same, and all consultations are free. Do not hesitate! Principle Legal will take a close inspection of your case and the circumstances surrounding. We can quickly determine whether or not you have a valid case, and how strong it is.. at no charge. Most Personal Injury Lawyer Fees may be paid through Insurance. Which means that it costs you nothing! Contact Attorney George Trovato and his team today.
Experience matters. Some lawyers limit themselves to only one or two areas of Law practice. It is very important that you find an experienced Lawyer who has taken on similar cases. You'll find experience in Principle Legal Offices, P.A. After your free consultation you will find comfort in a Law Firm who can help you in achieving your goals. Ask questions! You have questions, we have answers and many examples of previous cases which have been successfully settled.
Filing a lawsuit may not even be necessary. Although many claims are settled before they go to trial, it may not even be necessary to file suit. Principle Legal will work with the insurance company immediately after taking your case and very often your case will be settled without the need to even file suit. This is always a much easier and quicker way to accomplish the results that you need. "The Heart of Justice" Principle Legal Offices, P.A. Your Personal Injury Lawyer in Orange City, Deltona and DeLand including the entire State of Florida.
Attorneys need to be paid for their time. Hiring a lawyer can be expensive and in most cases an Attorney will require an upfront or "Contingency Fee" At Principle Legal, after your initial consultation, and accepting your case then we may be able to wave any upfront fees. This allows you to hire a great lawyer without having to pay anything upfront. We don't get paid until you get paid. We may also be able to assist with paying your expenses in the interim, billing you for them later. This gives you a little more peace of mind and flexibility as we guide you through these processes.
Personal Injury cases can take time. Principle Legal guarantees an honest opinion of your cases and a realistic estimate of how long we think that it might take. Get answers now. Please call us today for your free consultation.
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There are three different types of criminal offenses: infractions, misdemeanors and felonies. Infractions do not require jail time. Misdemeanors sometimes require jail time of 12 months or less. Felonies are quite serious and require a greater amount of jail time.
Common Criminal Violations are:
Alcohol Related Crimes. DUI, Felony DUI
Simple Assault, Federal Assault
Crimes Against Children
Meth Possession, Cocaine, Pot
Felonies & Misdemeanors
Fraud & Financial Crimes
Federal Laws, Unlawful Discharge
Driving & Traffic Crimes
Have you been accused of a crime? This is your life and there is no reason why you should just sit back and take a beating. The Law is on your side, we are too. Call us today, we can help.
Florida Criminal Traffic Violations
There are two types of violations a driver can receive in the State of Florida. Moving Violations and Criminal Traffic Violations. Each has their own consequences, for instance, A Moving Violation is an offense in which the driver receives a ticket and a fine, once the fine is paid then the violation punishment is absolved, unless of course your license is suspended.
A Criminal Traffic Violation results in much more severe consequences such as hefty fines, misdemeanor or felony charges, and even jail time. There are many ways to combat such charges. Did the Officer have cause? Were you simply in the wrong place at the wrong time? Whatever your situation may be, we have answers and we can help. Contact us today before it’s too late.
Common criminal traffic violations are:
Expired Driver’s License
Racing on a Highway
Attaching Tag not Assigned
Expired Vehicle Registration
No Valid Registration
Unlawful Use of an Identification Card
No Motorcycle Endorsement
Unlawful Display of a License
Permitting an Unauthorized Person to Drive
Driving While License Suspended
Driving Under the Influence
Refusal to Submit to Breath Test
Habitual Traffic Offender
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
No Valid Driver’s License