NEW COVID-19 ESSENTIAL ESTATE PLANNING  EXECUTION AND REAL ESTATE CLOSING PROCESS

Step 1: When you’ve arrived to our office park and call us at (727) 848-8435. There is absolutely no need to leave your vehicle. Your health and the health of our staff is paramount during these trying times. 

Step 2: A staff member will hand deliver your documents to your vehicle for final review. If you have any questions, Attorney Sullivan will be available by phone to review and make final adjustments.

Step 3: When you are ready to sign, just call our office. Attorney Sullivan and the minimum required staff will then meet you in the parking lot to execute your estate plan or closing.

65+ Years in business

Welcome to The Law Offices of James J. Altman has been servicing New Port Richey and surrounding areas for over 65 years. If you’re looking for legal attention look no further than the Altman Law team to handle your next WillTrust, Probate or Real Estate transaction. 

We’re local and have the staff to handle even the most pressing legal matters. Family owned and operated for the last 65 years. Rest assured you’ll be in good hands with The Law Offices of James J. Altman. 

OUR SERVICES:

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AREAS WE SERVE:

  • Holiday
  • Hudson
  • New Port Richey
  • Odessa
  • Port Richey
  • Trinity
  • Spring Hill
  • Wesley Chapel
  • Pasco County
  • Pinellas County
  • Hillsborough County
  • Citrus County
  • Surrounding Areas (Case by Case)

COMMON ISSUES WE HELP:

  • Parents pass away and still have a home in their name – Children have difficulty selling the property.
  • Ladybird Deeds which transfer a property automatically to new owners without the need for probate.
  • Persons that are in a second marriage and want to protect their children’s inheritance.
  • Children with special needs – require specific estate planning to avoid interfering with government benefits.
  • The caregiver had a parent make a new will to cut out other siblings (i.e. undue influence)
  • Mother/Father did not know what they doing when they signed a will.
  • Plus much more. Call us with questions!
Robert Altman, Esq.
Tom Altman, Esq.
Amanda Sullivan, Esq.