Practice Areas

Probate

Sylvia Noel White is the experienced probate lawyer in Clearwater you need to navigate the court process and other issues that arise after a loved one’s death. She has assisted countless individuals, who live and work in the greater Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Largo, and Dunedin areas, after a loved one has died. In most cases, an attorney is required to assist in the probate process. Intestate or Testate When there is…
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Wills & Trusts

What is a will? A will, sometimes called a Last Will and Testament, is a written instrument that specifies how and in what manner a person’s estate is to be distributed upon their death. A person making a will is known as a testator (man) or testatrix (woman). Anyone designated to receive property under a will is called a beneficiary. A will can also be used to appoint a person responsible…
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Trust Administration

If you are looking to appoint a trustee or if someone would like to name you as a trustee, you will need the assistance provided by a Clearwater trust administration attorney. Most clients are unsure about the details of trusts. In fact, some of those who are named as trustees are completely unfamiliar with trusts. You need a trust administration attorney on your side to protect your assets. If you live…
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Estate Planning

Every person who is a legal citizen of the United States possesses an estate. In the context of the law, the estate is the aggregate total of assets one leaves behind at the time of their death. There is a general misconception that only the wealthiest or oldest Americans need an estate plan. Everyone has an estate, so everyone requires estate planning. However, not just any estate plan will suffice. Your…
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Business Law

When it comes to business law matters, you need an accomplished attorney to protect your livelihood. Business law ranges from contract violations, incorporating businesses, and beyond. What might initially seem like a minor legal issue or conflict with another party, can quickly turn into a lawsuit that is a legitimate threat to the viability of your business. If you own a business and are wondering whether it is prudent to incorporate,…
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