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Attorney Hagen provides a full range of real estate legal services to clients in Southwest Florida in the areas of buyer and seller representation, real estate closings and title insurance services, code enforcement, property tax consulting and appeals, agricultural exemptions, formation of LLCs and corporations and commercial leasing.

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Every adult should have an estate plan. At a minimum, everyone needs a Will package consisting of (1) an attorney-drafted Will, (2) a durable power of attorney (financial) and (3) a health care power of attorney (with combined living will for end of life considerations and HIPAA release allowing access to medical records). People lacking these essential and affordable powers of attorney (“POAs”) risk incurring an expensive, time consuming, court-ordered guardianship.
If a person dies owning assets in their sole name, then a court case entitled Probate must be opened whereby the Court oversees payment of creditors and distribution of assets according to the Will or state law. Probate requires the personal representative to have an attorney’s guidance.
Lee County, FL 2022 non-final “working” Property Tax Values are expected to be posted at in June, 2022. Final values will be certified on 7-1-2022 & Proposed Tax Notices will be mailed in early August. Call Hagen Law For Details.


The Lee Co Property Appraiser issue 2022 AG denials on or before July 1. If you receive a denial letter you have just 30 days to petition that denial. Respond immediately if you have not yet done so. An AG classification from the property appraiser means that the property is assessed based on AG use rather than fair market value.

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Hagen also provides full business law services, incorporation attorney support, along with mediation, code enforcement appeals, bankruptcy lawyer services and more. Schedule a consultation with Attorney Hagen, today.

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Every adult should have one! If you do not have a Will then state law dictates who your estate goes to upon your death. If you do not have a valid power of attorney an expensive court guardianship will be required if you become in any way incapacitated. DON'T DELAY AGAIN – call Hagen Law TODAY to arrange an informative consultation. We simplify this crucial process!