An attorney’s advice on resolving inheritance disputes By Trevor Kupfer A common scenario when someone passes away is that their property is passed on to their children. In fact, while most people have a beneficiary named on their bank, investment and retirement accounts, they don’t always have one for their homestead. […]
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British Consul General in Miami, David Prodger, visited Pensacola recently and toured many places including the Naval Air Museum, Information Warfare Training Command (IWTC) Corry Station and several Pensacola businesses. Prodger is the senior UK official in a Consulate General, which is a subordinate office to the Embassy. The Consul […]
Attorney Katie White has been on the board of the Community Foundation of Northwest Florida since 2014. For more than 15 years, the Community Foundation of Northwest Florida has been assisting donors in establishing long-term charitable giving that reflects their individual philanthropic interests while positively impacting our local communities. For more information, you can […]
Rotary of Pensacola has the distinguished history of being established in 1915 and is the second oldest Rotary Club in the State. The Rotary Motto is “Service Above Self” and the nearly 200 members of accomplished community leaders and professionals work to improve the community and the world through various […]
PENSACOLA, Fla. (June 2018) – McDonald Fleming Moorhead is proud to announce that Stephen Moorhead was selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers list (real estate) and Kathlyn White (estate planning and probate) was selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers Rising Star list. Stephen Moorhead has received recognition to Super Lawyers […]
This past Friday, Attorney Jay Fraiser participated in North Gulf Coast Chapter of CAI‘s golf tournament benefiting Habitat for Humanity. They won 1st place!
Make sure to listen to the latest Toddcast! http://www.pensacolachamber.com/legislative-blog/steve-moorhead-on-the-greater-pensacola-chamber-toddcast
On March 23, 2018, Governor Rick Scott approved HB 841/SB 1274 which makes subtle changes to the Homeowners’ Association Act, including Sections 720.303, 720.305, 720.306, and 720.3085. The amendments are effective July 1, 2018, unless otherwise addressed in the amendment. This initial article addresses the revisions to Sections 720.303 and […]
In part 1, we confirmed that for LLCs with more than one member, the sole remedy available to the judgment creditor of a member is a charging order. The charging order is more than a judgment; it is more than a lien; it must be entered by the court. It […]
Congratulations to Ed and Steve! Click here to view the press release.