About Spencer Siegel

Spencer Bryant Siegel, Esq. is an experienced trial attorney with over 25 years of experience assisting clients. He has appeared on network television shows, including Good Morning America, The Today Show, and Court TV, as well as on radio programs and local news. Spencer Siegel relocated to South Florida in 1986. He then attended the University of Miami and the University of South Florida before pursuing his Juris Doctorate at St. Thomas University School of Law, where he graduated in 1994.

Fraud and Forgery – Catch Me If You Can

The rise in instances of fraud and forgery in real estate transactions continues to sound alarms across the industry. The statistics governing fraud and forgery and the way the parties are targeted give all of us cause for concern. CertifID, a third-party verification service, reports that the [...]

2024-01-18T14:01:26-05:00Real Estate Law|

Siegel and Siegel Awarded President’s Circle and Million Dollar Circle Awards

Terminating Alimony

At Siegel & Siegel, our attorneys handle provide representation in a range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, equitable property distribution, alimony, post judgment modifications, enforcement and contempt actions, and paternity actions. Terminating alimony based on a new supportive relationship is one of the newer, and more unusual maneuvers [...]

2023-07-19T20:11:10-04:00Family Law|

Short Sale – A Solution or Nightmare?

Stores are now full of books about “buying a short sale at discounted prices.” Websites promise bargains on short sale homes or promote “foreclosure lists” for a reasonable fee. In reality, there are good buys on short sale homes, but there is also a high price to pay; the process of locating, buying a short [...]

2023-07-19T20:11:43-04:00Real Estate Law|

Medical Marijuana News

The Florida Department of Health’s Office of Compassionate Use is holding the first public hearing on medical marijuana today and you can catch the streaming video here on the Florida Channel. Many, many matters and rules need to be worked out, but this is a brief glimpse on what could cause Department of Health deny or revoke an application. [...]

Medical Marijuana : It’s (almost) Here

Florida  finally took a step out of the dark ages and into the light. Surprisingly, Gov. Rick Scott has demonstrated the wisdom to take the first step in bringing medical marijuana to Florida. On Monday, June 17, 2014, Florida became the 22nd state in the nation — not counting the District of Columbia, which is also on [...]

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