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Philip S. Karle, Esq.

Hello! I am Philip S. Karle. I represent people in dealing with the issues of today and preparing for the issues of the future.  I would be honored to assist you in dealing with the issues that may confront you, be it dealing with an insurance company on your behalf, appealing an unfavorable decision made by the Social Security Administration, or any of a multitude of other challenges that typical, hard-working folks may face every day.

I grew up in Orlando, and have always loved the character of the Central Florida area.  One of those aspects is the variety of places from which central Florida’s residents hail.  The experiences that are brought from our nationwide and international richness often requires the knowledge of someone such as myself, who is well-versed in the peculiarities and nuances of Florida law.

I look forward to working with you to help you through whatever difficulty you are experiencing, in order to provide you with optimism and relief for the future, and the ability to enjoy the beautiful days here in central Florida!

 

 

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Does an officer come to my home to inventory my property when I file bankruptcy?
No.  When you file a bankruptcy petition, you list your assets (the stuff that you own).  Your assets include your bank accounts, furniture, electronics, firearms, vehicles, etc.  When filing a petition, you make an affirmative oath that you are l...
My mother lived in Florida, but had a New Jersey will. Where do we probate her estate?
Probate of the estate takes place where the Decedent resided at the time of death, which would be Florida in this case.  As long as her Will was executed under the applicable laws of New Jersey at the time it was signed, Florida Probate Courts will ...
What is an Examination Under Oath? Can my insurance company make me go?
An Examination Under Oath (EUO) is essentially an opportunity for the insurance company to ask you questions, under oath, about your claim. It is typically conducted by an attorney representing the insurance company, and is, for all intents and purpo...
Tell Someone Where Your Will Is Kept
When you create your Last Will and Testament, and related documents, it is important that you tell someone else where those documents are located. It is best that the preferred personal representative, successor personal representative, and any other...
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