Proven Real Estate Law & Estate Planning Strategies!
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Hagen Law Firm provides a full range of proven real estate and estate planning/probate strategies and legal services to its SW FL clients. Drawing upon the combined experience of Michael Hagen's 35 years of practice and our dedicated support staff, the firm employs a team approach to every client's particular issues.
Under Hagen's direction the firm endeavors to provide solid, cost-conscious problem solving strategies and it strives to maintain a reputation for excellence, honesty, integrity and high quality legal services.
Attorney Michael S. Hagen
Michael S. Hagen, an AV rated attorney and FL Circuit Certified Mediator, has practiced lawin Fort Myers since 1985. He was the Lee Co. Property Appraiser's in-house attorney from 1994-2003, litigating 100+ property tax lawsuits, 1000's of Value Adjustment Board hearings and administering exemptions, commercial and field data departments. Hagen formed the Hagen Law Firm in 2003 and remains as excited about his work and as committed to his clients as the first day that he "hung out his shingle."
Hagen Law Firm's twin focuses are real estate law and estate planning/ probate. Our real estate law team transacts real estate closings and issues title insurance through THE FUND/Attorneys' Title. We represent buyers and sellers, draft contracts, deeds, leases and agreements. HLF also provides representation or mediation of real estate disputes.
Hagen also continues to represents owners in property tax matters and agricultural exemption appeals throughout SW FL. He owns the property tax consulting, valuation and appeals brokerage, TaxCuts1, Inc. Hagen also provides business law services and code enforcement appeals
Attorney Hagen is frequently quoted on property tax matters. Listen to an informative radio interview on Florida property tax appeals with Hagen & Lee Co. Property Appraiser Ken Wilkinson:
ESTATE PLANS: 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 incapacitated. DON'T DELAY AGAIN- call Hagen Law TODAY to set a consultation and get started on these critical matters!
Judy Prowl Judy@MikeHagen.com Real estate and litigation
Mary Genca Mary@MikeHagen.com Probate, estate planning, admin.
Wayne Morosco Accounting@MikeHagen.com Bookkeeper
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