Andy Wayne Williamson

Andy Wayne Williamson

Williamson Law Firm, LLC
  • Probate, Estate Planning, Real Estate Law...
  • Florida
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Andy Wayne Williamson is a life long resident of the Florida Panhandle. Wayne was born in Marianna, Florida. Wayne lived in Bonifay, Florida until 1981 when His Family moved to DeFuniak Springs. Wayne graduated from Walton Senior High School in 1987. Wayne attend Okaloosa Walton Community College (Now NW Florida State College) and graduated with two degrees. Wayne then attended Florida State University and graduated in 1993. Wayne attended Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia and graduated in 1997 with a Juris Doctorate degree. Wayne's primary office is located South Walton County, Florida. Wayne resides in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida with his wife Tonya and their three children: Caleb, Zane and Crystal.

Practice Areas
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Business Law
  • Elder Law
  • Arbitration & Mediation
Additional Practice Areas
  • Guardianship Law
  • Trust Planning
  • Car Accidents
  • General Civil
  • Probate Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    I accept contingent fee cases in personal injury and wrongful death cases only.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney / Shareholder
Welton & WIlliamson, LLC
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Education
Regent University School of Law
J.D. / Law
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Professional Associations
Florida State Bar # 115002
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169 Questions Answered

Q. My daughter and her boyfriend rented a place, month rent is paid and he left, he's getting the deposit back, does she
A: Sorry. There is not enough information to answer this question. Real estate law in Florida governs landlord tenant contracts. Typically they are in writing and last for one year. I simply cannot tell what is happening based upon the questions wording. In short, your daughter should talk with the landlord to see when they are asking her to vacate or if she is getting money back and leaving now.
Q. Can a condo association deny ownership & living in a condo that was inherited, based on a credit report. No mortgage
A: I would say no, but there is not enough information to say for sure. There is many factors here that is unknown. I suggest you speak with a real estate attorney to go over the details to determine a correct answer to your question.
Q. Could I please get a better explanation of what this means. It is written in the lease for our home. Look at more info
A: the idea of most rental agreements is for the landlord to know the number of tenants living in a home or apartment ect. Usually, the landlord charges extra depending upon the number of persons residing in the home as extra people means extra wear and tear on the building. The signed lease should be specific about the number of tenants living in the property at the beginning, if it is not, there could be a problem with trying to restrict the number of persons living in the property now. From your explanation above, this is the best response that I can give. I suggest that you should speak to a landlord tenant attorney in your area to get a specific opinion on the lease.
Q. Is the management company responsible to oversee roof replacements and structural changes for the Condo Buildings
A: The answer to your question would have to be determined by a review of the condo documents. I would say that it is possible that the management company would oversee the construction, but it is also possible that an engineer or architect was hired to handle that day to day process and report back to the condo board. Sorry, I really can't say for sure.
Q. Why would a district court judge delay an IFP motion, and order servoce to be made by plaintiff after over 4 mo.
A: There is not enough information here to give any advice. It does sound like there is more to the story than you listed here. I suggest that you speak with an attorney and get specific advice after the attorney looks at the history of you case.
Q. Is my ex husband's property mine if I'm still on the deed/title and he's passed away?
A: You need to seek the advice of a probate attorney within the county (or area) where you ex lived when he passed away. You need to have specific advice after the attorney looks at the deeds etc.
Q. How hard would it be to transfer Indiana probation to Ocala? What is first step?
A: I can't give a prediction of how hard, but normally the process would start with the Indiana probation officer or office. Just contact the probation office explain the possible move and request their assistance. I really cannot comment about how helpful they will be.
Q. I have an oral lease with a tenant I'm subletting to for month to month. He did not pay April rent, I want to terminate?
A: I suggest that you need to seek the advise of an attorney in your area who handles landlord tenant cases. The situation you describe is complex and potentially dangerous as you state, thus I cannot give you advice in this situation, accept to seek legal counsel on the best steps to take to get him out of your property.
Q. Can I file a claim of Boundary by Acquiescence?
A: I suggest that you will need a real estate attorney from this area as real estate disputes often involve the need for the attorney to personally visit the property to inspect the same. The above being said, I suggest that you should wait at this point until this person produces a survey which specifically identifies that your buildings encroach upon his land. I will be happy to discuss with you in the future as I handle real estate litigation cases all over NW Florida. My office is located in Santa Rosa Beach a little over an hour from Washington County (Chipley), depending upon where your property is located I might even be closer.
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Williamson Law Firm, LLC
167 E. Pt. Washington Road
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
USA
Telephone: (850) 685-3091
Fax: (850) 546-6130