Stross Law Firm is located in Oldsmar, Florida and services clients in the Tampa Bay area and throughout the state of Florida. The law firm is focused on business law, real estate, estate planning, and probate. Stross Law Firm offers a variety of educational resources including complimentary workshops, legal tips videos, webinars and newsletters.

Please enjoy the educational videos below on various estate planning, probate, real estate, and business law topics.

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These are provided as general information only and are not to be viewed as legal advice from an attorney. For questions on your specific legal situation, we offer a free 30 minute consultation.

Howard discusses the importance of Trust Funding in this informative video. To learn more about Trust Funding, visit our blog post titled The Importance of Living Trust Funding.

Howard Stross discusses the Florida Durable Power of Attorney. If your Power of Attorney Form in Florida was signed before Florida laws changed in regards to POAs, you should have it reviewed by an attorney to confirm that it is updated correctly. Please also read our blog post on the Power of Attorney:

This short video discusses DocuBank which is a service which provides emergency access to your health care directives. Stross Law Firm offers this service at no additional charge to our clients who are in our estate planning maintenance program, Peace Of Mind® A Life Plan for Everyone.

Many people call Stross Law Firm, P.A. because they want to add a joint owner to their real estate property in order to avoid probate. However, over almost 40 years of practice, attorney Howard Stross has encountered several problems which can occur when you add joint owners to your real estate property which he discusses in this video.

"How much does it cost to retain an attorney?" Determining the cost to retain an attorney is specific to the type of transaction you have with the attorney. The amount of time it takes to assist two different people with two different estate plans can affect the cost. The amount of work it could take to prepare business documents could change the amount of time it takes as well. Schedule a complimentary initial consultation to determine the cost of retaining an attorney for your legal matters.