Areas of Legal Practice

Areas of Practice


Contract law, tax implications, accounting, bankruptcy, intellectual property rights, licensing, zoning laws, and other regulations relating to a specific area of business.

Estate Planning

Living Trusts, Wills, Living Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Designation of Pre-Need Guardian, Health Care Powers of Attorney and Designation of Health Care Surrogate.

Real Estate

Whether you are buying or selling, you should have a professional on your side with expert knowledge to protect you and your investment.


Not all Florida Probate proceedings are the same. Florida Probate law recognizes several different means of disposing of a decedent's assets, each of which depends on the circumstances involved.

Corporate Law

When embarking on a new endeavor, consulting an attorney is an important first step.  Our office is trained to identify and form the proper business entity for your goals.  We also prepared to assist throughout the lifecycle of your business, whether that be engaging in business transactions or selling your business altogether.

Real Estate Law

There are few areas of law more archaic than real estate, which is why hiring an attorney is always advisable when dealing with property.  Whether you’re purchasing real estate, considering leasing property or need to evict existing tenants, KousLaw is experienced in advocating for clients in both residential and commercial matters. 

Trusts & Estates

Clients often assume that an estate plan is merely designed to distribute your assets when you pass away.  While that is part of an estate plan, a proper plan also accounts for an individual’s advanced years and incapacity.  At KousLaw, we have the tools to tailor an estate plan to an individual’s unique circumstances in hopes to provide our clients with the ultimate peace of mind in knowing that they are prepared for the unexpected.  Should probate be necessary after the passing of a loved one, our office can assist throughout the process and minimize the confusion and workload for the estate’s personal representative.

Probate Law

When a loved one passes, there are inevitable legal and financial consequences regarding their estate. The Probate of a Last Will and Testament is the first step in the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person, resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person’s property. Unless otherwise provided by statute, a Will must be admitted to Probate before a court will allow the distribution of a decedent’s property to the heirs according to its terms.
The Probate court decides the legal validity of the Last Will and Testament. The court officially appoints the Personal Representative (executor) generally named in the Will, as having legal power to dispose of the testator’s assets in the manner specified in the Will. The Personal Representative acts as fiduciary and is charged with performing a multitude of tasks during the administration of the estate.
The role of the Probate Attorney is to make sure the process runs smoothly and efficiently. Obviously there are times when the Probate process becomes complex. The Probate Attorney will help guide the PR through those difficulties.