Mr. Head practices in the following areas:


Business Formations


Planning and selecting the appropriate entity type (e.g., corporation, Limited Liability Company, etc.) is an essential part of the formation of a business because the business entity type will determine things such as ownership and management structure, potential personal liability, and tax implications. We craft your business formation by preparing the requisite documents and implementing the necessary protections in a way that maximizes profitability and minimizes liability. We provide comprehensive business start-up services to small and medium-sized businesses, including:

  • Entity selection
  • Documenting a financial plan
  • Drafting incorporation documents
  • Articles of Incorporation
    • Bylaws
    • Articles of Organization for an LLC
    • Membership and Operating Agreements
    • Management Agreements
    • Shareholder Agreements
    • Buy-Sell Agreements
    • Partnership Agreements
    • And many more agreements


Real Estate Law


We can effectively represent buyers and sellers, lenders and borrowers, developers and builders, and landlords and tenants in a variety of matters which include:

  • Construction Matters
  • Environmental Issues
  • Evictions
  • Finance & Transactions
  • Foreclosure Services
  • Landlord/Tenant Issues
  • Leasing
  • Lending
  • Litigation
  • Loan Workouts
  • Purchase & Sale
  • Real Property Appraisal/Evaluation Disputes
  • Real Estate Tax Appeals
  • Title Claims Resolution


Mechanic's (Construction) Lien Law


Florida has strict deadlines which govern construction liens, commonly known in Florida as mechanic's liens. If you intend to file a mechanic's lien to help ensure you receive payment, you have only 90 days from substantial completion of the work to file your mechanic's lien. You cannot rely on punch work to extend this deadline. You have 45 days from the day you first start the work or deliver materials to the job to file your Notice to Owner if you are not in direct contact with the owner. The mechanic's lien is valid for one (1) year from the date of recording. If a lawsuit is not filed to foreclose the Claim of Lien within the one (1) year, the mechanic's lien is void. Therefore, it is critical to contact us as soon as possible because in Florida the mechanic's lien statutes are strictly construed by the Courts. Miss a deadline and you are out of luck.


Homeowner & Condo Associations


Florida condominium associations and homeowner associations face unique legal needs. We have experience assisting boards and residents navigate the sometimes difficult transition to membership control at and after the association has been turned over to residents. Operation of a condo association or homeowners association often requires assistance in implementing an effective collections policy, and we have a proven track record in this area which results in resolving cash flow problems while being sensitive to the needs of the membership. When the board or community association management firm has a question on day to day operations, or requires an experienced litigation team we have the experienced professionals to timely and professionally provide legal services.


Estate Planning


Our primary objective is to understand our clients’ needs and goals with respect to estate planning. We listen to our clients’ objectives, and then work with them to develop a comprehensive estate plan designed to provide pass wealth to their heirs in the most tax and cost efficient manner, while also passing on their legacy and values. We use our experience and knowledge of the ever-changing estate laws to integrate flexibility into asset protection planning, and planning for incapacity in a way that is consistent with our clients’ needs in an estate plan that the client understands. Our areas of estate planning practice include:

  • Wills and revocable trusts
  • Family business/succession planning
  • Planning with retirement benefits
  • Charitable planning, including charitable trusts, private foundations, and public charities
  • Powers of attorney and advance health care directives
  • Asset protection planning