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Faughnan Law is a law firm in Florida. Our talented and experienced team of attorneys counsel individuals and corporations in the areas of family law, business start-up, civil litigation, estate planning, probate and landlord/tenant law. Our legal team has considerable experience in family law, estate planning, business start-up, civil litigation, probate and landlord/tenant law.

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Florida Family LawyerFamily law covers a wide variety of legal topics which often involve families, marriage and children. These cases commonly deal with parties who are related by either blood or marriage, but may extend into more distant or casual relations as well.

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Our firm’s business and commercial law division counsels and represents small, family-owned, emerging and multi-national businesses on a variety of legal matters ranging from initial entity formation and business structuring to more complex business reorganizations, joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial contracting cases.

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Florida Civil LitigationThe term civil litigation is typically used to describe an area of law which primarily deals with legal disputes between two or more parties which often must be resolved through court proceedings.

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04
Mar

Florida Living Will Laws

Full article at Findlaw.com A living will is a legally binding document that expresses an individual’s end-of-life preferences, such as whether that person wants to be kept alive through artificial life-support apparatus. While not technically a will, states recognize the authority of living wills. Florida’s living wills law explicitly states that an individual suffering...
04
Mar

Florida Durable Power of Attorney

Full article at Findlaw.com The durable power of attorney is a legal arrangement which gives authority to a named individual for decisions related to artificial life support. It allows the named person to decide whether or not the patient should remain connected to a respirator (often indicated in a living will, which must be...
04
Mar

Florida Trust Laws

Full article at Findlaw.com Property has a tendency to build up throughout our lifetime. Although some of your property will have great monetary value to others, all of your property will need to find a new home after you reach your final resting place. Florida trust laws provide people with the ability to manage...
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