Farr, Farr, Emerich,
Hackett and Carr, P.A.
Celebrating 90 years of service to our community. Farr Law Firm is one of the oldest firms in the state and the largest in Charlotte County. We are proud to have contributed to the history of growth and success of Southwest Florida.
Size of Organization: 15
Year Established: 1924Web Site: http://www.farr.com
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For 90 years the Farr Law Firm has served Southwest Florida. Our firm is the oldest and largest law firm in Charlotte County. We are prepared to tackle complex legal problems while rooted in the same small town principles you value. Our multi-practice law firm addresses a variety of needs and challenges both individuals and businesses confront including civil, commercial and complex litigation, personal injury & wrongful death, marital & family law, trusts & estates, corporate & business law, real estate & title insurance, elder law, guardianship and asset protection.
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Nominal Alimony: The Not-So-New Kid on the Block
Charles T. Boyle,Natalie C. Lashway, February 5, 2014, previously published by The Florida Bar Family Law Section Commentator on Spring 2011
The Florida Legislature recently amended Section 61.08, Florida Statutes - The Alimony Statute. Those amendments apply to all pending cases and all cases filed after July 1, 2010. The Alimony Statute does not mention nominal alimony, but case law has authorized such an award since at least 1967....
Inheriting from the In-Laws
Natalie C. Lashway, February 3, 2014
Many parents are concerned that assets they plan to pass on to their child may be passed on to the child’s spouse in a divorce. Alternatively, a person going through a divorce may regret decisions he or she made with inherited assets during the marriage. This unfortunate situation may be...
Medicaid Myths Debunked
Natalie C. Lashway, February 3, 2014, previously published by Farr Law Firm on July 2011
According to the Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey, the median annual cost for nursing homes in Florida is $76,778 for a semi-private room and $83,950 for a private room. Given this extraordinary cost, those in need of nursing home care often turn to Medicaid for assistance. However, many...