Farshchian Law

Farshchian Law, P.A. is a multilingual, boutique Florida law firm focused exclusively on meeting the real estate, title/closing, and probate needs of our clients. We established this firm to deliver personalized and efficient legal representation and an exceptional client experience for the individuals and businesses we have the privilege to work with.

No matter the nature of our representation, every client receives the same commitment: that we will work tirelessly to achieve your goals and protect your interests. If you need tailored legal representation for a Florida real estate matter, you are looking for title insurance or closing services for a Florida property, or you need help administering a Florida probate estate, the legal team at Farshchian Law is ready to help.

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Buying or selling a home is probably the most significant financial transaction that anyone undertakes in their lifetime. While this can be an exciting time, without the proper legal guidance, the process can be frustrating, overwhelming and more expensive than necessary.

When a loved one passes away, his or her estate often goes through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration where the assets of the deceased are managed and distributed. If your loved-one owned his or her assets through a well drafted and properly funded living trust, it is likely that no court-managed administration is necessary, though the successor trustee needs to administer the distribution of the deceased’s assets.

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May 23Real Estate
Seller Disclosure Obligations in Florida
In Florida, sellers are required to disclose certain information to prospective buyers of their property (even if the property is being bought “As Is”). Exactly what they must disclose is dictated by both statutory law and case law, which can...
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April 19Probate
When someone dies in Florida, their assets may have to go through a court-supervised process called probate. Nationwide, probate rules vary from one state to another, and Florida is certainly no exception. Understanding the state’s probate code, as well as...
March 30Probate
Do You Need A Lawyer For Summary Administration In Florida?
Handling the estate of a loved one can be challenging for the beneficiaries of an estate because of the nuances involved with Florida’s probate laws. This is often particularly true for the personal representative, the person designated to play the central role...
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