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Can A Lost Or Destroyed Will Be Admitted To Probate?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

While not everyone, a large majority of people have a will or trust when they pass away. However, sometimes those documents are lost or destroyed – not everyone handles their estate planning documents in the way they should, or a potentially malicious relative can take it upon themselves to dispose of such a document…. Read More »


COVID-19 & Condominium Law

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

On March 9, 2020, Governor DeSantis declared a state of emergency for the state of Florida as a response to confirmed cases of COVID-19 (also referred to as the coronavirus). With that declaration, it fell to condominium associations and homeowner’s associations to decide how best to conduct their business during a pandemic. Emergency statutes… Read More »


Prenuptial Agreements For Average Couples

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Too often, the average person thinks of prenuptial agreements, called prenups, as things that only benefit the rich, but in reality, they can be very helpful for couples nowhere near the top tax bracket. Prenups can help to settle a lot of different potential issues in the event of a divorce, which can save… Read More »


Changing Your Florida Child Support Payment

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

In a divorce, most of the rights and property being decided and divided belong to the two spouses. However, the one right that is only granted to the child or children in the divorce is the right of support. Child support will be granted in any divorce where the spouses have children, but the… Read More »


Undue Influence In Florida Wills

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

When a loved one passes away, the last thing that most people want to contend with is the possibility that something might not have been right during their last days. Sometimes, when a deceased person’s will is read at probate, the bequests are so startlingly out of character that it is impossible not to… Read More »


Jurisdiction Questions In Military Divorce

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

When you and your military servicemember spouse decide to divorce, there are several issues that may come up that civilians, by and large, avoid. One of these is that the issue of jurisdiction (the authority of a specific court to hear a case) – often, military divorces have to be filed in certain courts,… Read More »


The Nature of Florida Child Support

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

The average person tends to labor under the misapprehension that when a custodial parent is receiving child support, that support money should only ever be used to cover a child’s bare minimum needs – food, clothing, and shelter. However, a child does not generally thrive when only their basic needs are being met; they… Read More »


Leaks In Your Florida Condo: Who Is Responsible?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Florida has pleasant weather year-round, but when the rains come, they can be torrential. Because of this possibility, condo owners have to be constantly prepared for leaks, or else they risk damaged roofs and flooring. However, when a leak does occur, it can be difficult to determine who is responsible or who should bear… Read More »


Divorce & Active Duty

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Military families face a lot of different challenges that civilians can avoid, and this remains true in the event of a divorce. If you and your spouse decide to divorce, and one or both of you are in the military, it can be a unique test to ensure that both you and your spouse… Read More »


Prenuptial Agreements & Second Marriages

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

In the last few decades, statistics have shown that fewer people are staying married to their first spouse, and marrying a second time is more common than it used to be as well. With the increase in second and third marriages, however, has also come an increase in couples executing prenuptial agreements. It is… Read More »

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