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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February 26Probate
What is Ancillary Administration in Florida?
When a nonresident dies in Florida but owns property in the Sunshine State, the main probate process will likely be opened in the state he or she resided upon passing away. However, since probate is governed...
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February 21Real Estate
What Do Real Estate Attorneys Do in Florida?
In the post-Covid landscape, Florida offers thriving opportunities in the real estate market. In fact, the State is continuing to draw homebuyers, investors, and seasonal buyers from across the world, thanks to its robust economy, tropical climate, and wide variety...
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February 19Probate
Notifying Creditors in Florida Probates
When someone passes away in Florida, their estate typically goes through a legal process known as probate. During this key period, we figure out what the deceased owned, how much it was worth, and who should...
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