Kurt D. Panouses, P.A. is a Brevard County (Melbourne, Florida) beachside law firm located in Indialantic, Florida. Kurt D. Panouses is a board certified attorney in Wills, Trusts, and Estates Law serving the residents of Brevard County, Florida for over 25 years. Our firm is dedicated to providing cost efficient legal services to our clients and their families in estate planning, business planning and administration issues. Our services range from mom-and-pop simple wills and powers of attorney to assistance with multiple million dollar business transactions.
Kurt D. Panouses, P.A. enjoys a great working relationship with local law firms and accounting firms. We regularly work with other attorneys and CPAs in order to provide exceptional service to our clients and their families. Although we do not practice in the areas of personal injury, family law and real estate, we would be more than happy to refer your legal matter to an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.
For immediate assistance with your estate planning, business, tax, administration or litigation matter, or if you are in need of a referral for an attorney to assist you with your legal matter please contact our office by telephone at (321) 729-9455 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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