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Alexander L. Domb, is a graduate of the University of Miami and Nova Southeastern Law Center.  He has been practicing law in South Florida since 1986. He is a title insurance issuing agent for Attorneys Title Insurance Fund and First American Title Insurance Company through his wholly owned title insurance agency, Quality Title Company.   He has closed thousands of residential and commercial real estate transactions from $60,000.00 HUD homes to multi-million dollar commercial transactions.  He has also assisted hundreds of families, with and without wills, through the process of making certain that the assets of the deceased end up in the hands of the rightful beneficiaries.  Particularly, where real estate is involved, where we feel that it is always better to make certain that the real estate is sold and closed quickly to prevent unnecessary costs to the estate.  We have a 100% success rate in opening an estate and obtaining an Order Authorizing a Sale (when required) and closing within weeks thereby saving thousands in carrying costs.

Mission Statement

Our goal is to provide our clients with the most cost effective legal advice and representation necessary to accomplish their goals within the shortest amount of time possible and to help them achieve swift and economical outcome.

What we offer:

sampleThe attorneys of Alexander L. Domb, A Professional Association, handle dozens of Florida probate administrations each year, and have the experience necessary to guide the Personal Representative through the probate process. We handle estates of all sizes and complexities, from simple estates valued at less than $100,000 all the way up to taxable estates valued in the millions. We also have considerable experience handling estates with real estate, business interests, and assets disbursed in more than one state. If you are named as the Personal Representative in a will for a deceased Florida resident, please contact us to help start the probate process. If you are an heir and the person named in the will as the Personal Representative is deceased or is unable or unwilling to fulfill their duties as the Personal Representative, you may be eligible to serve as the Personal Representative. If there is no will, Florida law sets forth an order of priority to determine who can serve as the personal representative. Contact us and we can walk you through the process.