Gainesville Law Office
Gainesville Office – Local Innovative and Comprehensive Legal Representation with the Backing of a Statewide Firm.
In July 2007 Adam Towers opened the Gainesville office of Bogin, Munns & Munns.
“Many Gainesville residents are familiar with Bogin, Munns & Munns because of their advertising, but they don’t realize that most of the team members in our Gainesville office are longtime local residents who are heavily invested in the community,” says attorney Adam Towers.
The Gainesville office works with hundreds of clients each year on business and real estate matters, litigation, probate and estate planning, personal injury and many other areas of the law. Our goal is to provide efficient local legal service with the additional expertise and resources of a statewide firm.
We are located less than a mile south of the intersection of NW 39th Avenue and NW 43rd Street. Please take the I-75 exit for NW 39th Avenue from the north or West Newberry Road from the south.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a living will?
A living will is a legal written document expressing the author’s wishes in particular medical situations, such as a critical injury and/or terminal illness. Living wills may be used to instruct medical professionals with regard to the usage of various life-support methods. These methods are meant to sustain (or possibly extend) the life of the person, but will not improve the health of the person on their own. A living will lets a person clearly state their wishes in regard to being kept alive by machines such as ventilators and heart-lung machines, and to make the decision if they want intravenous devices used to feed them (“tube feeding”). Living wills only apply in situations where using such treatments as life-support machinery may keep a person alive for a short while, and not using the treatments would result in the person’s death. A living will would not impact treatment in medical situations not involving life-threatening conditions (such as a routine medical procedure). The decision as to whether a person is in a situation where they would need life-support methods is made by the medical professionals in charge of the person’s care.
What is the difference between a revocable trust and an irrevocable trust?
An important benefit of a revocable trust is the ability to remove assets and terminate the trust at any time without any penalties. With an irrevocable trust, even if a person names themselves the trustee with access to the assets, they will not have the ability to regain ownership of the assets. All assets will be owned by the trust.
Do I still have a case if I have fully recovered from all my injuries?
Of course! If you have suffered injuries due to another party’s negligence, you are entitled to compensation regardless of the stage of your recovery. The compensation may be limited to economic damages only depending on the nature of the case.
What our clients are saying
Very professional and yet understanding for the common, ignorant of the law client. BMM is true to the commercials that they care about their clients.Martha**Review was posted on Facebook**
If you need help after an accident this is the place to call!Chris**Review was posted on Google**
Mr Towers provides 5 Star service to his clients and people in need of advice regarding legal issues... He is Highly professional, knowledgeable, understanding and is very prompt in returning phone calls and emails. A true Gentleman. I can’t thank him enough for the assistance he provided me.Randy**Review was posted on Avvo.com**
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