Florida Insurance Claims Attorneys and Insurance Disputes Lawyers

Insurance companies can be difficult to deal with. This difficulty is increased when a claim comes under scrutiny, often leading to a dispute that prevents you from recovering benefits under your claim. We are not intimidated by insurance companies.

At Wallis & Wallis, P.A., we examine all of the aspects of your insurance dispute so we can advise you on the best course of action and cut through the red tape associated with processing and valuing your claim. If you have questions about insurance settlements or bad faith insurance, our attorneys can help.

To learn how we can help you with your specific insurance claim or dispute, contact Wallis & Wallis, P.A. today at 954-941-9005.

We focus on obtaining relief for businesses or individuals involved in disputes with insurance companies, and we handle disputes such as:

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Bad Faith Insurance
Wrongful Denial of Claims
Disputes over the Amount of Coverage Provided under the Policy
Disputes over What is Covered under an Insurance Policy
PIP Claims
Personal Injury Claims
Homeowners Insurance Claims
Title Insurance Claims

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Florida Mortgage Law Attorneys

Mortgage Law is an emerging area of law which has already been acknowledged by the Bar Associations of six states (FL, SC, GA, NC, TN and AL). Mortgage Law is a sub practice of the real estate law profession. The attorneys at Wallis & Wallis, P.A. will use our knowledge to explain the costs, rights and obligations of different types of mortgages and guide you through the mortgage process.

Wallis & Wallis, P.A. – Fort Lauderdale FL Mortgage Law AttorneysWhen applying for a mortgage loan, the government requires the lender provide disclosure through a number of legal documents like the Truth in Lending Statement to ensure the borrowers understand the different options and costs. These documents contain terms like APRs and Yield Spread Premiums and are often difficult to understand. Also, generally you will not have an opportunity to review these documents until you are at the closing table and have little choice but to sign and take what comes. We can help you can make and informed decision regarding which mortgage is best for you before you obligate yourself

A mortgage attorney represents you and has an obligation and duty to put your interests first. Utilizing Wallis & Wallis to advise you on the mortgage process can gain you protection, peace of mind, and counsel you can trust. We charge a flat fee for Mortgage Law counseling and do not receive commissions from lenders. Calculating the true cost of a mortgage is not easy. Most loan officers receive the Yield Spread Premium as part of their commission. The YSP can average between $1,000 and $2,500 per mortgage transaction. The lender (or broker) receives the Yield Spread Premium after closing. Wallis & Wallis, P.A. can assist you in reviewing the YSP, and may be able to help you return these funds to your financial control. Let us help you make an informed decision regarding your mortgage.

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Florida Probate Lawyers and Estate Administration Attorneys — Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville

From law offices in Broward County (Pompano Beach) and Jacksonville, our attorneys assist families whose loved one has died with or without estate planning documents such as a will or trust. Probate is the legal procedure known as the “Administration” of a deceased person’s estate, either in accordance with the desires of the deceased person as expressed in his or her will; or in accordance with Florida Law if he or she did not have a will. When a person dies with certain assets in his or her name only, the assets must be probated to pass to the person’s heirs or beneficiaries.

Our probate attorneys are experienced in probate matters and can help probate a deceased person’s estate so that his or her estate is properly distributed to heirs, beneficiaries, personal representatives, executors, and other interested parties. Our goal is to help families and personal representatives (executors) navigate the probate process, locate and gather assets; pay creditors, and distribute remaining assets or property according to the will.

In the event a person dies without a will, which is called “intestate” or “intestacy”, Florida law determines who the heirs, beneficiaries are and other interested parties are; and how the estate is distributed.

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