About Our Law Firm
The Roy A. Alterman Law Firm in Palm Bay, Florida specializes in the practice of three distinct areas of law. Attorney Roy Alterman has built his practice in Brevard County focusing on Elder Law, Personal Injury, and Real Estate Law. Just as certain medical conditions are best handled by a specialist so are legal issues. Whether your situation calls for the foresight needed for effective estate planning or the tenacity and resourcefulness required to insure you are taken care of in a personal injury matter, you can be assured Roy Alterman is the right lawyer to handle your case.
Elder Law is a broad term which encompasses legal matters such as the creation of Revocable Living Trusts and Wills. And advice on which is better for your particular situation. Life planning should also include a Durable Power of Attorney, naming of a Health Care Surrogate, and possibly a Living Will. Many problems and challenges can be avoided with the right Medicaid Planning, Nursing Home Planning and provisions for Guardianship. And in the event it becomes necessary a legal professional is a must for navigating the murky waters of Probate.
As a Personal Injury lawyer, Attorney Alterman has successfully represented his clients to insure their long term needs were taken care of after Auto Accidents, Product Liability injuries, Slip and Fall situations and even Wrongful Deaths. Real Estate Law today is much more than Residential Closings. One should always seek professional legal advice before signing Contracts, whether Real Estate or other. The Alterman Law Firm is expert in handling cases involving Eminent Domain, Foreclosure Defense, Title Insurance and all other aspects of Real Estate Law.
Roy Alterman has been a practicing lawyer and member of the Federal Court Middle District of Central Florida & Litigation Section of the Florida Bar since 1990. He is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, The Association Of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, The Real Estate Probate Trust and Litigation Section of the Florida Bar and past president of the Eau Gallie Rotary Club.
And though eminently qualified to litigate any of these types of cases if necessary, potentially Roy’s strongest attribute is his ability to communicate the complex, convoluted, and often complicated intricacies of a legal situation in a manner that you the client can understand and appreciate. After all, this is your case.