Walker Flick provides clients representation in trust litigation, probate and estate litigation, commercial litigation, construction litigation, estate planning, asset protection, trusts, wills, estate planning, business planning, succession planning, asset protection planning, probate administration, trust administration, guardianship administration, employment law, and mediation.
Attorney Charles "Chad" R. Walker, Jr. is Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law and has handled hundreds of disputes in the areas of construction litigation, commercial litigation, and real estate litigation since 2001. Attorney James Flick has handled estate planning, business planning, asset protection planning, probate administration, trust administration, and guardianship administration cases for thousands of clients since 2011.
Estate planning is a process of creating a plan for the management and distribution of assets after death, including wills and trusts, to ensure loved ones are taken care of.
Real estate planning includes strategies and techniques to safeguard properties and investments from legal, financial and other potential risks.
Asset protection planning is a process of creating strategies to safeguard assets from creditors, lawsuits, and other potential risks, including through trusts, LLCs, and other legal means.
Services include entity formation, operating and partnership agreements, employment agreements, handbooks, corporate governance, buy/sell agreements, succession planning, and more.
Probate administration is the legal process of validating a will, identifying, inventorying and appraising estate assets, and distributing assets to beneficiaries according to the will or state laws.
Probate litigation is the legal process of resolving disputes that arise during probate administration, such as will contests, disputes over the interpretation of wills or trust agreements, or disputes over the distribution of assets.
Trust litigation is the legal process of resolving disputes related to trusts, such as disputes over the validity of trusts, disputes over the interpretation of trusts, and disputes between beneficiaries and trustees.
Commercial litigation is the legal process of resolving disputes between businesses or individuals, such as contract disputes, partnership disputes, and disputes over commercial transactions or business practices.
Construction is the legal process of resolving disputes related to the construction process, such as non-payment,construction defects, defective workmanship, breach of warranty, lien claims, bond claims, and insurance bad faith.