Is Your Durable Power of Attorney Valid in the state of Florida? Power of Attorney. You hear about them all the time, in the media, in the movies, in books and among your family and friends. But what exactly is a Power of Attorney and when is the last time you checked if yours was […]
Threlkeld & Cetrangelo Wins Top Agent Award We are pleased to announce that for the second year in a row our firm has received the Top Agent award from Old Republic National Title Insurance Company for our work in residential and commercial real estate closings.
Congratulations to Anthony J. Cetrangelo – Legal Aid’s ‘Attorney of the Month’ Legal Aid proudly announces that it has selected Anthony J. Cetrangelo. Esq., as our ‘Attorney of the Month’ for November 2018. Anthony is the Managing Partner of the Threlkeld and Cetrangelo. P.A. law firm located in Naples. Anthony focuses his practice on Wills, […]
Most people are familiar with Florida probate. If someone passes away testate or intestate but has property that is owned in the decedent’s individual name, typically a summary or formal administration will have to be filed in court to transfer clear title of the asset. Summary and Formal Administrations are typically avoided with the creation […]
The purpose of a Declaration of Pre-need Guardian is to choose a preferred person (while you are not incapacitated) that you trust and feel comfortable with to become your guardian one day, in the event that you become incapacitated. The court will then appoint your guardian that you selected, unless the person you selected is […]
THE FLORIDA PET TRUST Many people in Florida, especially Naples, have great estate plans to provide for their loved ones, but many times, pets, such as our beloved dogs and cats, are not thought of during the process. Interestingly, Florida Statutes recognize the need to care for our furry children as described below and have […]