Helpful Web Sites (Click on the link to be taken to the web page):

SARASOTA COUNTY RECORDS


MANATEE COUNTY RECORDS


CHARLOTTE COUNTY RECORDS


FLORIDA OFFICIAL RECORDS


VETERANS ADMINISTRATION


SOCIAL SECURITY


NURSING HOME INFO


PROPERTY FRAUD ALERT SERVICES

​Property and identity fraud is a nationwide problem. By filing fake deeds, scammers appear to own property, and can then fraudulently rent or sell property, without the knowledge of the true owner. This can seriously impact the true owner's credit rating, or ability to sell or rent the property.  These county-run free services may help you in protecting against property fraud. By signing up for FREE property fraud alerts, you should receive an email alert whenever a document is recorded in that county's Official Records using your personal or business name. Notifications should be sent when a document has been recorded, alerting you so you can choose to review documents through public records or dispute through law enforcement. (Griffin & Griffin is not responsible for the efficacy of these services.) 





Resource & Education Center

Tel: (941) 966-2700

7077 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL  34231

Why you should seek the advice of a Florida Bar Board Certified Expert in Elder Law:

John T. Griffin, Esq. has been tested and evaluated by the Florida Bar and has received the distinction of being named a Board Certified Expert in the field of Elder Law.  This designation signifies his experience and pre-eminence in this practice area.  Mr. Griffin is a frequent guest speaker on Elder Law in the community and at Florida Bar events aimed at educating his peers on various elder law topics.

According to the Florida Bar Association, "Board certification recognizes attorneys’ special knowledge, skills and proficiency ... and professionalism and ethics in practice. Board certified lawyers are "Evaluated for Professionalism, Tested for Expertise."Certification is The Florida Bar’s highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys...  Only 7% of all licensed attorneys in Florida achieve board certification."

Any licensed attorney can claim to practice in the area of Elder Law, but only Board Certified attorneys have been tested and evaluated to prove their knowledge and experience and can call themselves an expert in this field.  Be sure to consider a Board Certified Attorney when choosing the person who will help you and your family.