Wilcox Law Areas of Practice

Wilcox Law Serves Florida - Offices in Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg

Wilcox Law represents a broad range of foreign and domestic clients. From Business Owners to Personal Injury Victims. Merchant Fisherman to Homeowners, we empower and guide with a commitment to knowledge, concierge level service and personalized strategies.

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Wilcox Law represents Florida and international clients in the following types of cases:

Residential Real Estate | Commercial Real Estate | Foreclosure Defense | Loan Modification | Short Sale Negotiations
Eminent Domain Defense | Zoning And Land Use | Landlord–Tenant Disputes | Boating & Vessel Accidents
Boating Injuries | Vessel Liens & Arrests | Cruise Ship Injuries | Bare Boat Agreements | International Trade & Contracts
UCC Filings & Secured Transactions | Intellectual Property | Trademarks | Copyright and International Standard Recording Code Filings
Contract Drafting and Negotiations | Business Litigation |Business Purchases | Partnership Agreements
Operating Agreements | Business Planning and Formation | Offshore Trusts and Land Trusts | Probate, Wills, and Trusts

Debt Relief


Creditor Harassment, Obscene Calls and Debt Collection – How Consumers Can Stop the Abuse?

When you hear your ringtone, are you ever afraid to answer the phone? Does your stomach knot at the thought of another abusive debt collector?

People Empowered. Take back your daily freedom and stop fearing the phone!

Jason’s Story

My name is Jason, and I am the manager of a law firm in that handles personal injury cases.. I met Lisa and the team of Wilcox at an annual conference and was fascinated by their approach to service and empowerment. ,

I was also regularly the victim of harassment from creditors. Though I had worked in law for quite some time, I didn’t know that the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) made creditor harassment illegal.

Over lunch, Lisa noticed I rejected three calls in a row. She asked me why, and I, embarrassed, told her about my student debt. She said, “Jason, you can stop creditor abuse. The TCPA gives consumers federal protection from harassing calls, and provides financial recovery of up to $1000 per phone call.”

Lisa explained our program further. “There is no upfront retainer fee, and no fee to the client. Wilcox Law bills the harassing company after settlement has been negotiated. There is no risk to the client, and no cost to the client.”

I got to work right away. All I needed to do was write a short letter to the abusive creditor and start keeping track of each phone call. My abuser kept calling and calling and calling, but now I was relieved to know that each of those creditor calls made my case stronger and more valuable.

If you are the victim of obscene debt collectors or harassing salesmen, you now have a shield and sword. Through my own case I learned to deal with harassing creditors and I will put that skill to work for you too. My goal is to use the TCPA to stop harassing calls and recover the funds you deserve.

Don’t let harassing creditors darken your day, or your phone. Simply sign up below and stop harassing callers today. To get you started, you’ll receive a free copy of our whitepaper Stop Harassing Calls Today. It has everything you need to know, even if you choose another firm.

Also, we’ll give you access to the complete transcript of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) so you can see for yourself how federal law protects you from telephone harassment. Please share it with your friends; they will be glad you did.

Thanks for reading my story. Now that you know you’re not alone, I hope this will give you the confidence to take action. And if your friends are ever afraid to pick up the phone, let them know their rights; they’ll be glad you did.


Our first rule- don’t be embarrassed. Debt isn’t a crime, it’s a fact of life. And life creeps up on the best of us.

We understand that life doesn’t always go as planned, and there are often circumstances beyond your control.

Be empowered! We’re here to help:
Did you know Bankruptcy isn’t the only way and should be a last resort?
Did you know you can negotiate debt? Often times pennies on the dollar?
Did you know student loan payments can be reduced or renegotiated?
Did you know foreclosure can be avoided even when you can’t pay your mortgage
Did you know you can stop your car from being repossessed and work with the bank?

Contact Wilcox Law today to discuss your options and take back control of your life. Be Empowered!

 

Facing foreclosure is a devastating experience.  Be Empowered!

If you are facing foreclosure, Wilcox Law can assist you with understanding your circumstances and the options you have available to you for moving forward.

Our law firm helps people fight foreclosure as zealously as possible. At Wilcox Law, we take creative approaches to foreclosure situations and work with our clients to strategize the most effective and productive path in dealing with your foreclosure. This may include—

Foreclosure defense
Reinstatement of your loan
Short sale
Deed in lieu of foreclosure

If you are facing a Florida foreclosure situation, Be Empowered! Do not delay in contacting the firm today to find out how we can help.

Supporting Florida homeowners
Owning a home is part of the American Dream, and Wilcox Law wants to see you achieve it. For any real estate transactions, disputes, or foreclosure issues, call our law firm at 888-945-2695 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

We can help you:

Consolidate your Federal Student Loans
Lower your payments by up to 50%
Qualify for Student Loan Forgiveness
Avoid Garnishments and Collections

The number of Americans with student loan debt has skyrocketed in recent years. It has surpassed credit card debt as the largest unsecured debt problem in the country. According to the Federal Reserve Board 60% of students who attend college each year take out a loan to cover their education costs. 37 million of those student loan borrowers have outstanding loan balances with approximately 15 million of those borrowers experiencing some type of delinquency, or even worse, default

You are not alone!

Many borrowers experience some type of struggle at one point or another during the course of repayment.

Be Empowered! The good news is there are solutions if you are struggling to repay your student loan debt regardless if it is federal or private.

Our Student Loan Consolidation Services Help You Overcome Your Student Loan Repayment Challenges Our Student Loan Debt Advisory Services can be critical in helping to reveal the right solutions and alleviating the stress associated with the burden of debt.

We take the role as your financial advocate to guide student loan borrowers through a complicated process of identifying and assessing all of the available repayment options.

Together we will:

Help you understand your student loan debt,

Identify your Department of Education approved repayment plans

Educate you on your obligations and rights associated with your repayment terms.

We take the role as your financial advocate to guide student loan borrowers through a complicated process of identifying and assessing all of the available repayment options.

“ The new student loan relief programs are comparable to individual tax preparation. Just as consumers can obtain assistance in filing their taxes, we offer assistance in obtaining the governmental benefits that exist to achieve student loan debt relief.”
- Andrew Blickken, COO Wilcox Law

“Lisa explained our program further. “There is no upfront retainer fee, and no fee to the client. Wilcox Law bills the harassing company after settlement has been negotiated. There is no risk to the client, and no cost to the client.”

 

Personal Injury


When you have been injured through no fault of your own, it can take both a financial and emotional toll on you and your family. It’s common to hear clients say “why is this happening to me”.

Find Empowerment.

Choosing a personal injury attorney is such an important decision.  Ensuring you are fully compensated for you losses and dealing with insurance companies can be a stressful and complicated process. At Wilcox Law, our goal is to navigate that process for you and fight for the maximum recovery possible.

An individual who has been injured in an accident may have suffered many different types of damages, including:

Medical Expenses (present and future)
Lost Wages (present and future)
Pain and Suffering
Emotional Suffering
Loss of Consortium
Punitive Damages

We handle various types of personal injury cases including:

Wrongful Death
Car Accidents
Slip and Fall
Medical Malpractice

One of the most important things your personal injury will do is negotiate with insurance companies. In Florida, you have fourteen days to seek medical attention when you have been injured in a car accident. Also, one of the first things that will happen after you’ve been in a car accident and exchanged insurance information with the other involved parties is you will receive a call from the other driver’s insurance company. It is important to politely decline to give a statement or engage in a conversation with them. That is the job of your attorney.


Injuries sustained on a boat, cruise ship, or any other offshore vessel require different procedures for obtaining compensation from injuries that occur on land.  If you have suffered a maritime injury, you need an experienced attorney to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Additionally we can help defend you and your assets if someone is injured while on your boat, ship or dock. Contact us as soon as possible if you or someone you know has been injured in a boating accident.

Wilcox Law, PA of St. Petersburg, Florida represents boaters, cruise line passengers, and offshore workers who sustain injuries on the water.

Cruise ship injuries
Jones Act
The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act
Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA)
Cruise ship injuries

With over three million people embarking on cruises from Florida ports annually, it is no surprise that injuries may occur.  Common injuries include:

Slip, trip, and falls
Illnesses spread through contaminated food
Inadequate medical attention
Physical and sexual assaults
Injuries at ports of call

Many passengers fail to appreciate that their passenger ticket contains not only their itinerary, but constitutes a legally binding contract with the cruise line. Cruise ship tickets contain terms and conditions which travelers must read and understand in order to protect their legal rights after they have been injured during a cruise. The tickets always contain certain conditions that must be met prior to filing a lawsuit. Passengers are required to notify the cruise line of their intent to assert a claim in writing. This time period is always very short—usually six months for personal injuries.

If you or someone you know has been injured on a cruise ship, contact the firm immediately.

Jones Act
This act generally protects workers who are classified as seamen on cargo ships, oil drilling rigs, crew boats, barges, transportation boats and dredges. The Jones Act covers injuries that occurred at sea as well as injuries which occurred while in transport to a vessel or while a vessel was docked.

Your injury is covered under the Jones Act if you met the following criteria at the time of the accident:

Worked at sea more or less permanently
Were assigned to a vessel or fleet of vessels
Worked on a vessel that is still in navigation
Spent at least 30% of your time on a vessel

The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act
The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act is a comprehensive workers compensation plan for maritime workers who are injured on navigable waters, but do not meet the definition of seamen under the Jones Act. The act was written because these maritime workers often received no workers compensation protection. The compensation system is administered by the Federal Department of Labor and injured workers who qualify for coverage are entitled to disability benefits. Under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act, the right to receive benefits does not depend on a finding that the employer was at fault for the worker’s injuries.

Workers who are covered under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Act have only 30 days to report an injury or work-related illness to their employer.

Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA)
The Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA) was originally passed by Congress in 1920 to provide compensation for widows of seamen who died in international waters. To officially file a DOHSA claim, the death or incident causing death must occur at sea three miles out from the shore of any state. Wives, husbands, parents and children may file a claim under the stipulations of the DOHSA. All Death on the High Seas Act claims must be filed within three years of the date of death.

While the Death on the High Seas Act only covers maritime professionals. Dependents of those killed during recreational boating may be able to recover damages. Offshore injuries of any kind have a statute of limitations of just one year from the incident, meaning you must start the legal process within a year of getting hurt.  Act now to get the compensation you deserve. If someone you know has been injured or killed while boating, contact Wilcox Law as soon as possible.

Boat and ship foreclosure sales
Like any other asset, a boat can be seized and liquidated to pay creditors. Whether boat owner or creditor, a competent maritime attorney can help assure that your rights are protected. If your boat or ship has been seized, or if you legitimate claims against a boat or ship, contact us today.

Contact the firm today
Call Wilcox Law in St. Petersburg at 888-945-2695 or contact the firm online to schedule a free initial consultation.  We look forward to assisting you in your recovery.


When a child bring a personal injury claim, it is important to know your rights as a parent or guardian.

When children participate in certain activities, parents or guardians may be asked to sign a waiver or release. The extent to which the waiver or release is effective to limit liability depends on the type of injury the child was engaged in when he or she sustains the injury. If the event or activity is community or school-sponsored, litigants have a harder time setting aside the waiver.

However, when the child is injured engaged in a commercial activity, such as on an amusement ride, the Florida Supreme Court has held that the waiver or release is not necessarily a barrier to recovering damages in a lawsuit.

When a child suffers a personal injury, his or her parents will sometimes be faced with the difficult decision of whether their child should be taken to the emergency room. As we all know, emergency rooms can be expensive. The decision is one that should be taken seriously and made carefully.  Parents should err on the side of caution and take their child to seek immediate medical treatment if he or she has been injured in an accident.

Seeking immediate medical treatment can prevent further injury. Keep track of all the medical expenses. As your attorney, our job is to pursue a claim that will reimburse you for these medical expenses and other costs associated with treating your child’s injury. It is important to seek the advice of a personal injury attorney immediately, as there are time limits to when you can file a personal injury lawsuit.

Common child injuries claims:
Amusement Park and Carnival Accidents
Car and Bike Accidents
Choking Injuries
Day Care Accidents
Drowning Accidents
Dog Bites
Drowning Accidents
Firearms Accidents
Parking Lot Accidents
Pedestrian Accidents
Playground Injuries
School Bus Accidents
Vehicle Backup Accident
Wrongful Death
Injury due to defective products and toys child.

When a child suffers a personal injury, his or her parents will sometimes be faced with the difficult decision of whether their child should be taken to the emergency room. As we all know, emergency rooms can be expensive. The decision is one that should be taken seriously and made carefully.  

Parents should err on the side of caution and take their child to seek immediate medical treatment if he or she has been injured in an accident. Seeking immediate medical treatment can prevent further injury. Keep track of all the medical expenses. As your attorney, our job is to pursue a claim that will reimburse you for these medical expenses and other costs associated with treating your child’s injury.

It is important to seek the advice of a personal injury attorney immediately, as there are time limits to when you can file a personal injury lawsuit.

Ensuring you are fully compensated for you losses and dealing with insurance companies can be a stressful and complicated process. At Wilcox Law, our goal is to navigate that process for you and fight for the maximum recovery possible.

 

Property Protection


In the event of your passing or that you become incapacitated (a severe stroke or coma, for example) how will your affairs be handled?

How will property pass to your heirs
Who will gain custody of minor children?
Can guardianship protect your family?
Who will oversea my affairs?
How do I properly alter or update my will
Should I have an advanced directive or “living will”
Have I considered everything? (Real property, boats or vehicles, life insurance policies, retirement accounts, bank accounts, investment accounts, etc)

Empowerment to the very end!

We offer a FREE estate planning and guardianship consultation so you can understand how to protect your family.

To receive our complimentary worksheet to get your estate planning documents in order, please simply fill out the contact form on the contact page.

 

Wills, Trusts & Asset Protection in Florida

Asset protection is the process of arranging and titling your property, accounts and other assets to meet your needs throughout the stages of your lifetime. By planning ahead, we can assist you with tools that can maximize the protection of your family’s assets during probate, divorce and frivolous litigation. A well-designed asset protection plan builds a protective barrier around the client’s estate and guards family wealth from external creditor attack and frivolous lawsuits.

To discuss creating a plan for protecting your assets, contact Wilcox Law today.

Tools for asset protection
There are asset protection tools which have substantial benefits for estate planning as well as asset protection. These are wills, trusts, limited partnership (LP), the limited liability company (LLC), Land Trusts, and Living Trusts.

At Wilcox Law, we can assist you with determining what tools are appropriate for your situation. Together, we can create a plan that will ensure you and your assets are protected now and in the future.

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Wills | Trusts | Homestead Protection | Foreclosure deficiency judgments

Wills
One of the most common tools of estate planning is the drafting and signing of a will. A will provides a concrete directive in terms of how your assets are to be distributed among your heirs.

At Wilcox Law we have extensive experience in guiding clients through this often very personal and emotional process. We offer the appropriate compassion and patience necessary when handling this sort of sensitive casework, coupled with the professionalism and diligence required to get things done quickly and efficiently. We want to help you make the important decisions so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you have addressed the future.

Trusts
Trusts typically are used to control the distribution, management and availability of money from one generation to the next. Our attorneys are skilled in helping clients determine the best kind of trusts to create, given their assets and their goals.

Some specific examples of trusts we can assist clients with include:
Florida land trusts- Fully revocable trusts drafted specifically to buy, hold, finance and sell Florida property pursuant to the Florida Land Trust Act

Revocable trusts – May be altered or terminated during the grantor’s lifetime

Irrevocable trusts- Generally speaking, these trusts cannot be amended, modified, changed or revoked

Offshore trusts – Similar to traditional trusts, however may be more appealing due to variations in offshore laws

To discuss what options are most appropriate for your particular situation, contact the firm today.

Homestead protection
Home ownership is a sacred right in the state of Florida and an individual’s homestead is generally protected from creditors and judgments. What makes Florida’s homestead protection such a powerful asset protection tool is its unlimited monetary protection. A Florida resident can invest millions of dollars in large estate homes and farms and protect the full value of these luxury residences under Florida’s homestead law. There are limited exceptions to this general rule pertaining to money obtained by deceit, fraud, or other egregious means.

Foreclosure deficiency judgments
Many Florida real estate investors are concerned about personal liability from mortgage foreclosure deficiency judgments. Although they accept loss of equity, if any, in property which is foreclosed by their mortgage lender, people are afraid of a deficiency judgment. A deficiency judgment refers to a mortgage lender’s judgment against the borrower for the difference between the outstanding balance of the mortgage note, plus costs and attorney’s fees, and the value of the property foreclosed.

If a mortgage lender pursues a deficiency judgment you should hire an attorney to defend the deficiency as soon as possible. In many cases, we can use procedural defenses and substantive lending law to defeat a deficiency claim, or to negotiate an acceptable settlement for much less than the total deficiency liability in most cases.

Act now to protect your future. Contact the firm today.

Unfortunately we often represent clients whose loved ones have passed away without properly protecting their assets or making their final wishes known. We see families torn apart as estates are settled without the benefit of a simple will or trust. Establishing your plan with an experienced attorney at Wilcox Law can safeguard your wealth and give you peace of mind.  Get started by calling us at 888-945-2695 or contacting the firm online


Experienced admiralty legal professionals of St. Petersburg

Our firm represents clients in all matters related to admiralty and maritime law. Click on an item below to learn more about how Wilcox Law can help you resolve your maritime legal needs.

We represent professional boaters as well as recreational boaters, boat clubs, marinas and dock owners. To discuss your needs with someone at the firm, contact us today.

Representation for the boating professional
Vessel liens and arrests
Maritime injury claims
Boat and ship foreclosure sales
Representation for the boating professional

Wilcox Law represents long-shore workers, merchant seamen, boating repair shops, boating business owners, captains and fishermen in the Tampa Bay area.  Our firm’s maritime practice handles the aspects affecting a recreational and professional boater’s life and business needs, including:

Shipping
Commerce
Transactions
Liability
Finds and salvage
Jones Act claims
LHWCA claims
Maritime contracts
Maritime liens
Marine insurance
Marina laws
Towage
Wharves, piers, and docks
Piracy

Wilcox Law can assist you with legal matters related to:
Recreational boaters and marinas
Commercial vessels
Barges
Dredges
Fisheries
Tugboats
Offshore oil rigs

Navigating the laws on and around the sea can be complex.  Be sure to have a skilled admiralty lawyer on board.  Call Wilcox Law today or contact us online for legal counsel.

Vessel liens and arrests
Wilcox Law is experienced in handling the legal issues surrounding vessel liens and arrests. Boats and ships may be arrested to obtain payment for:
Boat and ship repair charges
Dockage fees
First preferred ship’s mortgages
Crew wages
Ship’s chandlers bills
Other vessel expenses

In some instances, vessels can be arrested to enforce non-maritime claims if the vessel owner cannot be found within State. Boat and ship arrest and seizure is a means of assuring that you are able to collect monies owed for your service in the maritime industry.

The firm has a continuing relationship with substitute custodians who are ready to take possession of a vessel from the United States Marshal immediately after the arrest. If it is anticipated that the vessel will be under arrest more than three days, we generally recommend that the vessel be moved to low-cost dock space. We work with you and other maritime professionals to handle your matter quickly and efficiently.

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Real Estate transactions and disputes

Wilcox Law assists those in the greater Tampa Bay area in the following residential and commercial real estate issues that affect the ownership, use, and conveyance of real estate:

Eminent domain
Leases
Zoning restrictions
Adverse possession
Quiet title actions
Land trusts
Buying a home
Selling a home
Purchase agreements
Easement disputes
Review, negotiation and drafting of contracts and other real estate documents
Title disputes
Boundary line disputes
Landlord-tenant disputes
Deed in lieu of foreclosures
Short sales

Our attorneys regularly represent clients in closings and other matters related to the purchase, sale, and lease of residential real estate.

Often, real estate issues arise after a transaction is complete, in relation to inherited property or due to a disagreement between a landlord and a tenant. We have significant experience resolving issues related to adverse possession and actions to quiet title. We enjoy handling complex real estate transactions. Whether we are drafting or reviewing sale or lease contracts, we are committed to providing informed and affordable legal advice to all clients seeking help with their real estate matters.

Foreclosure defense
Facing foreclosure is a devastating experience.  If you are facing foreclosure, Wilcox Law can assist you with understanding your circumstances and the options you have available to you for moving forward.

Our law firm helps people fight foreclosure as zealously as possible. At Wilcox Law, we take creative approaches to foreclosure situations and work with our clients to strategize the most effective and productive path in dealing with your foreclosure. This may include—

Foreclosure defense
Reinstatement of your loan
Short sale
Deed in lieu of foreclosure

If you are facing a Florida foreclosure situation, do not delay in contacting the firm today to find out how we can help.

Supporting Florida homeowners
Owning a home is part of the American Dream, and Wilcox Law wants to see you achieve it. For any real estate transactions, disputes, or foreclosure issues, call our law firm at 888-945-2695 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

- See more at: http://www.wilcoxlawpa.com/practice-areas/real-estate/#sthash.dUIHCnwO.dpuf

Asset protection is the process of arranging and titling your property, accounts and other assets to meet your needs throughout the stages of your lifetime. By planning ahead, we can assist you with tools that can maximize the protection of your family’s assets during probate, divorce and frivolous litigation.

 

Business Law

Business Litigation and Transactions
Empower your company with skilled legal counsel

One of the most important decisions when starting your small business is which lawyer to trust with your business’s legal issues. Your business deserves representation that is thorough, experienced and possesses the visionary thinking and creative strategizing that can help propel you forward.

To discuss how Wilcox Law can help you protect your rights and make smart and effective legal decisions or get your venture off to a good start, contact the firm today.

Get help with critical business transactions

Unfortunately, litigation commonly is a part of doing business. We have a strong background managing business litigation, whether it involves a contract dispute, collections, fraud or a dispute involving a condominium association. We have the mediation and litigation experience to protect our client’s interests.

Wilcox Law can assist you with any of the following business transactions:

New business formation
Business purchase transactions
Trademark filing and enforcement
Copyright filing and trade secret protection
Contract drafting and enforcement
Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) 1 & 3 filings
Business accounts receivable and judgment collection
Competent, experienced and personal legal strategizing

As a business owner herself, attorney Lisa Wilcox understands what running a business entails. Her experience owning a nightclub in South Tampa and operating her sole practitioner law firm in St. Petersburg give her insider perspective to the challenges business owners face.

Ms. Wilcox’s personal experience combines with her broad legal knowledge—which includes her LL.M. degree in International Business and Transnational Business—to serve as assets to you when your business encounters issues in any of the following areas of law:

Admiralty and maritime law
Asset protection
Business litigation
Contract law
Intellectual property
International law
Corporate law

Rely on experience. Contact the firm today.

Downtown St. Petersburg hosts Wilcox Law, a law firm with all the resources and experience you need to support your business from a legal standpoint.  Call the firm today at 888-945-2695 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

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The Florida Revised LLC Act: What You Need to Know

The new Florida Revised LLC Act (“Revised Act”) went into effect on January 1, 2014. The Revised Act currently applies to all Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) formed on or after January 1, 2014 and will apply to existing LLCs beginning January 1, 2015.

It is imperative to understand the effects of the Revised Act because it affects every Florida LLC, including liability, membership, and notice requirements. Due to these changes, it is advisable for you to examine and update your Operating Agreement.

For example, the old term “managing member(s)” is not used in the Revised Act, and if used by pre-existing LLCs, the company will be deemed to be member-managed and not manager-managed. While this may sound like a subtle change to Florida LLC law, it can make a huge impact on you especially in the event of corporate dissolution.

Updating your Operating Agreement may be necessary to ensure your LLC continues to operate as desired. Let us help you save money on updating your SunBiz filing by submitting it with your corporation’s Annual Report.

Filing Your Florida Annual Company Report
Your Annual Report is typically due by May 1 and the 2014 annual fee was $138.75. If you do not submit your SunBiz filing and fee by that date, the State of Florida will charge you an additional $400.00 late fee.

This Annual Report late fee will not be waived under any circumstance! Take it from us, we have had clients ask us to get this LLC fee waived too many times. This brings your SunBiz fee to a hefty – and avoidable – total of $538.75.

If you need to make changes to the name, address, or members of your LLC, this is the optimal time. These changes can be made on your Annual Report without having to incur what would otherwise be additional fees to make these changes.

Wilcox Law will file your renewal documents just for $35.00. For an additional $35.00, we will become or remain your Registered Agent for the upcoming year.

If you would like to retain Wilcox Law to make any changes to your LLC or to file your Annual Report, please contact us by phone or email to discuss any changed you wish to make.

At Wilcox Law, P.A., we are committed to providing you with “Businesss Friendly Legal Solutions.” Don’t let Revised LLC Act catch you off guard. Get the professional help and answers you need with just one call: 888.WILCOX.LAW

 

 

Empower your enterprise with Wilcox Law.

Use our entrepreneurial experience to your advantage. As fellow business owners, we understand what it means to protect your company and yourself from the unforeseen. Strong contracts are just the start; choose a team with extensive mediation, arbitration and litigation experience as well.

Let us introduce you to our extensive network of partners, vendors and investors to take your company further, faster. We represent companies in the entertainment, maritime, real estate, technology and retail industries, and have strong ties to the investment community. Let Wilcox Law empower your search for the right partners with select strategic handshakes.

​​From regional partnerships to multi-national corporations, Wilcox Law helps strengthen your ties with employees, contractors and shareholders.

One of the most important decisions when starting your small business is which lawyer to trust with your business’s legal issues. Your business deserves representation that is thorough, experienced and possesses the visionary thinking and creative strategizing that can help propel you forward.

 

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