Legal Advice in Brevard County, Florida
Our law firm specializes in major real estate developments, real estate litigation, closings, short sales and foreclosures. We work closely with Homeowner Associations (HOA's) and Condominium Associations as well as represent members experiencing issues with their association as well.
We can help those starting a business organization, reviewing contracts for a mature business or conduct a sale of a business whether it is a merger, acquisition or combination. We also aid our clients in drafting Wills, administration of Probate and both reviewing and writing Trust Instruments.
Experienced Legal Professionals
Our Titusville law firm was established in 1986 by John H Evans, Esquire. Kristy Mount, Esquire joined the firm in 2004. John and Kristy have a combined 45 years of legal experience. John Evans' primary practice areas are in major real estate developments, closings, foreclosures, short sales and litigation related to real estate. Kristy A. Mount's primary practice areas are in Wills, Trusts and Probate, Homeowner Associations (HOA's) and Condominium Associations. Together we are dedicated to providing personal, dependable and competent attention to you and your legal issues. All your potential options will be discussed in an open, candid and honest matter. Your legal work will be performed in a competent expeditious manner that only a lawyer with extensive experience can provide to a client.
We always offer reasonable consultation rates, often with legal problems being solved during the consultation. In addition, with the small town character of Titusville, privacy is one of our utmost concerns. As a small firm, we maintain effectiveness through our personal attention to each and every one of our clients. While legal assistants may work on your case, either John or Kristy will be your primary contact. No matter what your legal issues, an experienced lawyer will handle your problems.
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