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Kelly Swartz Appointed to Board of Brevard Schools Foundation

Kelly Swartz of Widerman Malek, PL was appointed to the Board of the Brevard Schools Foundation.  The Foundation fills educational funding and opportunity gaps for students in Brevard.

NAWIC Block Kids Contest Comes to a Close

On Saturday, January 30th, The National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) held their annual Block Kids Contest at Quest Elementary School. It was a fun event and enjoyed by all. The contest judges breakfast was sponsored by the law firm of Widerman Malek, PL. The competition is a free national event hosted by the local […]

Licenses: Opening a Restaurant in Florida

You love to cook and you live in Florida.  Everyone you know rants about the food you prepare.  The next logical step is for you to open your own restaurant and start raking in money.  But before you hang up the open sign, there are some licenses you will need to obtain first. As soon […]

What To Expect During Litigation

Going to court might make some people shake in their boots.  It seems intimidating.  The language seems complicated and confusing.  The process is overwhelming unless you break it down into understandable steps.  Here is an overview of how a lawsuit starts, goes to court and is resolved. When first realizing you have a claim against […]

Do You Need A Power of Attorney for Estate Planning?

Planning your estate is one of the best ways you can protect all you have and continue to work for.  It not only makes the process of handling assets easier when it is your time to go, it also takes care of issues that may come up in the event you are incapacitated.  According to […]

What Happens in a General Litigation Process?

Litigation is the term used to describe the process of legal proceedings to settle a dispute between two parties.  In the state of Florida, most civil litigation cases are able to settle outside of court.  However, in the event both parties cannot agree the case will then be determined in court.  If you need a […]

Is the Best Defense Really a Good Offense?

This is a saying that’s been heard over and over again.  “Is the best defense really a good offense?”  In the sports world that may hold true.  In real life, not so much.  A perfect example might be the current political atmosphere.  If a candidate is accused of some unpolitician-like behavior, does the public immediately […]

Could You File a Toxic Mold Claim?

There has been much concern over toxic mold and the serious health concerns that they present over the years.  Most molds are actually pretty harmless, but in warm, humid weather like Florida, toxic molds can grow to dangerous levels.  Some of these molds can be found in your home and can cause devastating health complications.  […]

How a Will is Executed

A will is something many of us think about, but may not understand how to start. Did you know that in most states if there is no will, your state’s laws will determine how your estate is divided up? When there are no living relatives, any assets may go right to your state. This whole […]

What is Probate Law?

Probate law is a term probably everyone has heard of. We’ve all heard of probate judges. Do you have any idea what probate law includes? You might have a few guesses, but read further to fully understand what probate law is. First, let’s define “probate”. Probate is actually a legal document. When someone dies, receiving […]

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