Practice Areas

Tax & IRS Law

Whether it is a state or federal agency, any type of tax issue can create an enormous amount of stress for individuals and small business owners alike. It is difficult for anybody not to be intimidated by possible penalties from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Every year, millions of Americans find themselves facing some type [..]

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Estate Planning

Everyone wants their assets to be passed on to the friends, family, and people they care most about. When it comes to protecting finances and property, people should take no chances by attempting to create legal documents themselves.  Florida courts recognize strict rules with respect to wills and estate planning that if not adhered to, [..]

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Small Business

For many small businesses, even claims of a seemingly insignificant nature can have enormous financial consequences. It is important for any small to medium-sized business owner to make sure that they have skilled and capable legal representation looking out for their best interests. Lisbeth Freeman offers a wide range of legal assistance for small business [..]

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General Counsel

Many businesses rely upon outside counsel to act as their in-house and general counsel. Lisbeth Freeman Law pllc serves as outside general counsel for several business organizations in the Fort Myers, Florida area. Working closely with her clients, she gains an in-depth understanding of their business activities and objectives. Because of this, she is able [..]

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Elder Care/Law

Lisbeth Freeman Law has the skill and compassion to focus exclusively on the needs of seniors providing a wide range of services including financial and estate planning; investment and insurance advice: including Medicaid, Medicare, Veteran’s benefits, Social Security and SSI. We also assist with income tax planning and preparation; bill paying, account and care management. Whether you [..]

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Foreclosure & Deficiency Judgment Defense

When a home is foreclosed on, the amount that it is later sold for may be less than the balance that was owed by the homeowner. In the state of Florida, mortgage lenders are allowed to seek payment of these shortfalls, also known as “deficiency judgments.” If your home is in foreclosure, it is in your [..]

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