Why Hire David?

Why Hire David F. Albrecht, P.A.

Vero Beach Attorney with 40 Years of Experience

As an attorney and counselor at law, I am dedicated to providing my clients with the answers that they need, the advice that will help them, and the assistance that they deserve. I have been admitted to practice since 1973, I have 40 years of experience, and I can put this to effective use for my clients. If you are facing a legal matter that requires assistance and insight, then it is important for you to seek skilled and experienced representation for your situation as soon as possible. The effects that you could face if the situation goes wrong could be life altering in many various cases.

Lawyer Serving All of Indian River County

I understand the pain and the confusion that you may be experiencing if you have been injured or are uncertain about your future. I have seen it before, and I know how to help you through your legal process. Whether you are wondering how to begin your business, facing a real estate transaction, or if you have been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another, you can count on me to work with you to pursue the results that you need. Your situation is important to me, and you can be sure that I will stand by you and work with you to pursue the results that you need. If you are looking for an attorney in Vero Beach, please do not hesitate to contact my firm, David F. Albrecht, P.A. today.

How I Can Help You

As a general civil practice lawyer, I have seen the difficulties of various legal issues. It is important that you understand the effects of the situation that you face and what will happen if you do nothing. Whether you are facing estate planning or starting a business, it is crucial that you are educated regarding the various legalities involved and that you retain representation for assistance and advice. Contact my firm today by calling (772) 353-4466 and schedule your case evaluation and begin the process of pursuing the results that you need.

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Common Answers To Your Questions

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  • How do I know what kind of business to form?
    This depends on the goals of your business, whether you want a limited liability company (LLC), a large corporation, or a general business. Each type of entity has differing rules regarding taxation, liability, distribution of profit, and many other issues. I can provide you with detailed answers for your specific situation.
  • Should I hire an attorney when selling my home?
    Generally, during real estate transactions, some contracts must be signed, agreements made, and a significant amount of money transfer. It is always a good idea to have an attorney during these high-stakes transactions to ensure that you are not being taken advantage of and that the transaction is legal and binding.
  • What happens if I die without a will?

    If the deceased person was married but has no living descendants, then the spouse will receive everything under Florida law. If there are living descendants, then the estate will be divided proportionately between these parties.