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  • Personal Injury Is a law that allows an injured person to go to civil court and get a legal remedy.

  • Bankruptcy Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Is a legal procedure initiated by an individual or a business that cannot pay their debts.

  • Immigration Is a broad area of law encompassing all issues regarding the legal entry and legal status of people in the United States.

  • Criminal Law

    The term criminal law generally refers to substantive criminal laws. Substantive criminal laws define crimes and may establish punishments. In contrast, Criminal Procedure describes the process through which the criminal laws are enforced. Crimes are usually categorized as felonies or misdemeanors based on their nature and the maximum punishment that can be imposed. A felony involves serious misconduct that is punishable by death or by imprisonment for more than one year. Most state criminal laws subdivide felonies into different classes with varying degrees of punishment. Crimes that do not amount to felonies are misdemeanors or violations. A misdemeanor is misconduct for which the law prescribes punishment of no more than one year in prison. Lesser offenses, such as traffic and parking infractions, are often called violations and are considered a part of criminal law.
  • Home Insurance Claims

    If you have received a denial letter from your insurance company for a legitimate homeowner’s claim or if your insurance company has refused to defend you, please contact the homeowner’s insurance claims attorney Fanny Nater at 407-688-8896 for a free consultation. We help people recover money for their homeowner's insurance claims.
  • Wills

    A last will and testament is a legal document that lets you, the testator (the person making the will), designate individuals or charities to receive your property and possessions when you pass away. These individuals and charities are commonly referred to as beneficiaries in your last will. A last will also allows you to name a guardian to care for minor children. The main purpose of a will is to ensure that the testator's wishes, and not the default laws of the state, will be followed upon the testator's death.

Nater Law Firm

1516 E. Hillcrest Street, #304
Orlando, FL 32803

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