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Debunking 3 Common Myths About Estate Planning

April 07, 2024

Estate planning will likely affect everyone at some point—whether you’re named a beneficiary, tasked with administering a loved one’s estate, or planning for your own future—yet there are numerous popular misconceptions about the topic. Below, we debunk three common myths about estate planning. 1. Estate Planning Is Only for the Old & Wealthy Young people of average wealth often assume 

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Can You Sell Your Home if It Is in Foreclosure?

February 05, 2024

If you’ve received a foreclosure notice, you’re probably exploring the various options available to you. You might have thought about trying to sell your home before the foreclosure is finalized. But is that something you’re even allowed to do? Generally speaking, yes, you can sell your home while it’s in foreclosure. For many homeowners, this is an excellent option, since 

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What Is Title Insurance & Why Do You Need It?

January 02, 2024

If you’re in the process of buying a home, you may be feeling overwhelmed by all of the fees that you need to pay before closing on the property. In addition to your down payment, you’ll likely need to pay lender fees, property taxes, appraisal fees—the list goes on and on. With that in mind, you may be questioning whether 

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Wills vs. Trusts: Which Is Right for You?

December 11, 2023

If you’re looking to plan for the future, one of the questions you’ll likely be faced with is whether to use a will, a trust, or both. Below, we explore the differences between wills and trusts, and we also highlight the benefits that each one offers. What Is a Will? A will is a legal document that details how your 

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3 Mistakes to Avoid During a Real Estate Closing

October 04, 2023

Are you in the process of purchasing your first home? You’ve hired a realtor, found the perfect property, and made an offer that was accepted. You’re well on your way to owning the house of your dreams, but before you can start moving in, you’ll need to get through the closing process. Below are three mistakes to avoid during your 

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What to Expect at a Real Estate Closing

August 11, 2023

If you’re planning to purchase your first home, you’re probably unsure what the process involves, including what to expect on closing day. Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered! Below, we explain what a real estate closing is and what happens on closing day. We also discuss how long closings typically take and what you should plan on bringing to your closing. 

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4 Common Foreclosure Mistakes

June 10, 2023

The Lyons Law Group, P.A.—a trusted Tampa Bay real estate law firm—has been defending clients against foreclosure since 2008. Our many years in business have provided us with a unique insight into the types of errors that homeowners commonly make when their house is being foreclosed upon. We’ve outlined four of these pitfalls below to help you avoid making the 

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Protect Your Home From Fraud

May 21, 2023

As a local real estate attorney, I hear some terrible stories about people who have had fraud committed against them and their property here in Hernando County. The truth is that anyone can forge a deed to your house and record that document with the County. Then it appears as public record, and it can be relied upon by the 

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What Assets Are Exempt From Probate in Florida?

May 08, 2023

When someone dies, their estate may need to go through probate before their assets can be distributed to beneficiaries. What this process entails will vary from one case to another depending on numerous factors, such as whether the person had assets in their name alone upon their death, if they had a will in place, how much the estate is 

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How Long Does Probate Take in Florida?

April 13, 2023

If you’re administering a loved one’s estate, you’re probably wondering how long you can expect the process to take. It’s impossible to definitively answer this question since the probate timeline will vary from one case to another. For instance, if creditors have claims against an estate, or if an heir contests a person’s will, then probate will likely take longer 

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