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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275 Questions Answered

Q. Month to month lease end in Florida
A: Typically your rental period runs from the payment date to the next payment date. It sounds like you have a written lease. If there is a written lease it will be the governing document. I am not sure, without being able to read the lease whether your theory is correct or the landlord. I suggest that you consult with a landlord tenant attorney in your area and have him or her read the lease and then give you advice of how to deal with the situation.
Q. Can a notarized will in FL be valid in Puerto Rico?
A: Very sorry for you situation. You state your mom has a living will. I assume that you mean a last will and testamant. A last will and a living will are two entirely different documents so I will assume you meant last will. A will to be valid in Florida must be in writing and signed by the testator or testatrix in the presence of two witness. A notary is not necessary to make the will valid. However most attorneys add a self proving affidavit to a will at the same time as it is signed as it makes the probate process easier. Good luck.
Q. Do we have a case? No hot water or electricity. Police instructed All tenant's to leave immediately for sa
A: There is not enough facts here to determine if you have a case. However I suggest that you speak with a landlord tenant attorney in your area to go over then entire situation to determine for sure.
Q. Can the attorney handling will obtain new titles for us in the estate so we can sell cars
A: It might depend on whether the attorney is also the personal representative. Most likely the tag and title office will require the names beneficiaries to sign the title applications.
Q. If a person went to jail for domestic violence and battery and my residence this person's house and they have a no
A: Your right to remain at that property is based upon your legal status as either an owner of the property or a legal tenant. If you are not an owner or do no have a valid lease. It is my opinion that you can be evicted legally.
Q. Can a person evict me in fl living in his house if I don't have a lease agreement
A: Short answer is yes. You can be evicted from a house even if you do not have a signed lease. You do not have a right to live in someone else's property unless they agree for you to remain there.
Q. How do I get guardianship over an elderly person who is unable to talk?
A: You need to speak with a guardianship attorney. There is a lot of steps to go through and will require an attorney. The ability to speak or lack of ability might be a factor but the basis of a guardianship is the lack of mental capacity. The guardianship attorney can explain the steps.
Q. I own a land lot in Sebring FL, I live abroad. I delayed my anual payment to the Property Owner Association.
A: The HOA, documents (most likely) authorize them to charge you monthly or annual fees as well as attorney fees if you do not pay on time. The fact that you did not get the notice from the lawyer would not remove your obligation to pay the HOA assessments.
Q. Can I file probate papers without an attorney in Florida.
A: I agree with my colleagues that you will need to have an attorney to assist you, most likely. Where did you brother live when he died?
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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