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    At the law practice of Alan S. Zangen, P.A., we offer real solutions to real problems. We have the experience and compassion you are looking for to address your legal needs.

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  • Justice for You

    The legal system was built to protect an individual’s rights. Let us explain to you what your rights are and how we can use the legal system to protect them.

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  • Our Experience

    Alan S. Zangen has over 40 years worth of practicing law, and he and his team will put their collective experience to work for you. When you contact the practice, you will be met with an attorney to address your concerns.

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The law practice of Alan S. Zangen, P.A. serves clients in the Wellington, Florida area and has the experience and knowledge you are looking for to address your legal needs. We provide legal counsel in a number of civil legal matters, including commercial and residential real estate transactions, business formation and business law, and setting up wills, trusts, and probate.

At the law practice of Alan S. Zangen, P.A., we pride ourselves on making real connections with our clients. When you need legal counsel on a major decision that will have an impact on your life, you deserve to have an attorney who will listen to you, examine every aspect of your case, and provide a solution that is best for you and your future.

Buying or selling either a home or a business is a huge commitment, and real estate law can be very complicated. You shouldn't be expected to know all the ins and outs of real estate law, but our attorneys at Zangen Law do. By retaining us at the beginning of your real estate transaction rather than waiting until there's an issue, we can make sure your transaction goes smoothly and flawlessly through the closing. But if you do find yourself in a situation that's over your head and you need sound real estate legal advice, we can help. We also have extensive experience with reviewing commercial leases, which should spell out the protected rights of both the landlord and tenant.

Deciding to start a new business can be both exciting and terrifying. To make sure your new business is a long-term success, we can help you address all the necessary legal paperwork you will need to start it.

We also are familiar with federal and state regulations regarding your business that you may not be aware of, so we can prevent you from running afoul of the law. If you and your business are already involved in some sort of litigation, we can provide creative solutions to resolve it. If you are looking for professional, experienced counsel for a business need, contact Zangen Law today.

Finally, it can be very difficult to face the fact that someday, you will be gone and your assets will be dispersed. If you do not have a will or trust in place, the courts will determine where your assets will go and there could be significant taxes to be paid. Don't let the government make this important decision for you—protect what you worked hard to provide for your loved ones and/or interests by creating a will or trust.

We understand the complexities involved and will ensure that your assets will go where you want them to go. Alternatively, if you have had a loved one who has passed and did not leave a will or trust, you might be fighting to retain what they left behind through the probate system. We understand the complexities of the probate court system and can represent you so that you hold on to your loved one's assets.

At the law practice of Alan S. Zangen, P.A., we are here to help clients in South Florida in a variety of legal areas. If you are looking for committed, honest legal representation, contact our office today at 561-793-2400 to set up a free consultation.


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We can help you buy or sell a business, and we can also review contracts, leases, and titles to make sure you are staying on the right side of the law.


Buying or selling a home can be complex, and you probably are not aware of all the regulations and processes that have to be addressed. At Zangen Law, we can ensure your purchase or sale goes smoothly all the way through to the closing.


If a snag occurs during a real estate transaction, it is usually related to a title issue. We can help by researching and reviewing a title before you make a purchase, and if you are already facing litigation over a title issue, we can provide representation.


We understand all the ins and outs related to business law. We can review contracts, explain rules and regulations you may not be aware of, and provide sound advice in all your business needs.


If you are starting a new business, we can keep you from sinking before you get your business off the ground. We can warn you of potential risks and identify policies and regulations you will need to be aware of.


By creating a will or trust, you are ensuring that your assets will go to those you love. Don't let the government make this important decision on your behalf; let Zangen Law help you protect your assets.


If you've lost a loved one and they did not have a plan for their assets, you might be fighting the probate system to get you are entitled to. Don't go at it alone—we at Zangen Law understand the probate system and can help you recover your loved one's assets.

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We offer free consultations in a variety of legal areas. To learn more, call us at 561-793-2400 to get started today. We are flexible to your needs as far as appointment times.

This website is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon or used in any manner as a source of legal advise regarding your own particular set of facts and circumstances, nor does the information provided, constitute, create or imply an attorney-client relationship.