Attorney Elizabeth Allen Discusses Special Needs Planning with Buddy Baseball

On March 27, 2017, Attorney Elizabeth Allen gave a presentation on planning for individuals with special needs to the Buddy Baseball organization. Buddy Baseball is a noncompetitive, recreational baseball league for boys and girls with special needs located in Tampa, Florida. The presentation was held at the Omar K. Lightfoot Recreation Center in Temple Terrace. […]

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Firm’s Elder Law Attorney Speaks at Business Transitions Council Meeting

Elizabeth Allen, the firm’s elder law attorney, gave a presentation on March 7th to the Business Transitions Council.  This group is made up of Tampa Bay area business leaders who focus on sharing ideas, experiences, education and insights among its members and the business community to increase the members’ professional effectiveness. Ms. Allen spoke to […]

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Protecting Our Precious Drinking Water

On March 21, Gibbons | Neuman attorney, Gary Gibbons, served as Moderator for a documentary film presentation, “Troubled Waters:  Connections and Consequences” at the historic Tampa Theatre. The film was sponsored by the Tampa Bay Sierra Club, for which Gary serves as the Membership Chair and as a member of its Executive Committee. Following the […]

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Victor H. Veschio Presents Oral Argument Before The Second District Court Appeal

Gibbons | Neuman attorney, Victor H. Veschio, recently presented his oral argument before the Second District Court of Appeal on the issue of whether Florida’s statute of limitations bars a subsequent mortgage foreclosure action where the alleged default date is beyond the applicable 5-year limitation period, but the suit alleging the default also includes “and […]

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Why You Need An Elder Law Attorney Now

As we or our loved ones age the possibility of long-term care is that ever present fear in the back of our minds.  The total upheaval of lives due to long term health matters takes its toll.  A wife struggles to keep her husband at home while watching him deteriorate from Alzheimer’s; a daughter becomes […]

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THE 11th CIRCUIT RULES THAT A DEBTOR WHO ELECTS TO SURRENDER REAL PROPERTY IN BANKRUPTCY CANNOT CONTEST A FORECLOSURE IN STATE COURT

In the case of In re Failla, 838 F.3d 1170 (11th Cir. 2016), the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals resolved a split among the Bankruptcy Courts as to what “surrender” means within the context of Section 521(a)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code, by ruling that a Debtor who elects to “surrender” real property cannot oppose a […]

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