If you’re entering into a second marriage and you have children from a first marriage, there are very important estate planning considerations you should address. Gunster private wealth services attorney Elaine Bucher identifies four of them.
What does a land use attorney do? Brian Seymour, chair of Gunster’s land use law practice, explains what drew him to the job in this brief video.
The right to use water is permitted exclusively by one of the state’s five water management districts, Gunster environmental and land use attorney Beth Ross explains in this brief video. Therefore, securing a sufficient volume of water for your project is critical to its success.
Florida’s real estate industry in general – and the development of property in particular – is heavily regulated and governed by zoning codes, comprehensive plans, infrastructure limitations and environmental regulations. Oftentimes, it is difficult for a prospective real estate developer to know exactly what he or she is buying.
These empowered shareholders’ early targets were generally large cap companies, but they’ve now begun to focus on mid- and smaller-cap companies, like many of those in Florida.
There are many international legal considerations to take into account as a part of your business plan. Florida litigator Joseph L. Raia identifies some of these strategies and options to be considered now – before you bump up against them as a result of any possible future litigation.
Gunster’s government affairs law and lobbying team works in a variety of ways that impact local communities. Derek Bruce explains.
Gunster land use attorneys Brian M. Seymour and Allison E. Turnbull discuss how having an attorney experienced and knowledgeable about the land use approval process in Florida can help protect your property rights.
Establishing a domicile in Florida offers the best of both worlds: enjoying a favorable tax environment amid a tropical climate. Gunster tax and private wealth services lawyer Adi Rappoport explains.
Here’s a brief overview of what entrepreneurs and owners of emerging companies should keep in mind as they seek investors for their businesses, according to Gunster securities law leader David Scileppi.