Divorce/Custody/Family

Principle Legal realizes that going through a divorce is an extremely stressful and difficult time in an individual's life.  We strive to help our clients deal with this stressful and difficult time by providing prompt and personalized legal representation uniquely tailored to help achieve our clients' goals througout the divorce process.

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Bankruptcy/Debt Reduction

Bankruptcy allows those in need to regain control over their personal finances. Millions of people use bankruptcy to rebuild their lives from the financial turmoil that can follow divorce, job loss, identity theft, medical bills, or disability. The most common options for consumers are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.

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Criminal/Traffic

If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a criminal offense in Florida or throughout the United States , it is critical you make every effort to obtain an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to assist you.

When searching for a criminal defense attorney, you should properly evaluate their reputation, background, experience.We at Principle Legal are committed to providing creative and zealous representations, with only our clients' best interests in mind, and promise to make every effort to obtain the best result possible.

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Real Estate / Foreclosure / Short Sale

Principle Legal can help you with all residential and commercial real estate matters.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home or a business, we can help you every step of the way. We will work with you beginning with the negotiations through drafting the contract to and through the closing. We will help with ordering and reviewing title, surveys and other reports, issuing title insurance, and reviewing financing options. We want your experience buying or selling real estate to be a positive one.

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Wills/Probate

A will is a document in which you express what you want to happen to your property (assets) after your death.

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Estate Planning

It is important to have an estate plan in place to avoid dying “intestate”. If you have not executed a will or a trust which states how you want your estate distributed at your death, then you are said to have died intestate. Without an estate plan, your property may end up in the hands of unintended beneficiaries and may be subject to unwanted fees, taxes and probate costs.

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