Metro Diner: Serving Up Comfort Food

By Lee Sherrock, Executive Admin While on a recent trip to Gainesville, I had the chance to eat at Metro Diner, which offers a scrumptious menu of all kinds of comfort food. The original diner in Jacksonville was featured on Guy Fieri’s Food Network show, Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. This was actually my second visit to the Gainesville location, and the food was so tasty the first time around that not even being stuck in stop-and-go traffic for 45 minutes on I-75 could put a damper on the experience. If anything, the unexpectedly longer drive just made me hungrier and… Read More

Part 2 of Our Probate Discussion

    What are some common probate misconceptions you shouldn’t believe? How can you yourself avoid a probate situation? Attorney Merideth Nagel, P.A. joins me once again today to answer these questions for you. The first probate misconception you shouldn’t believe relates to power of attorney. If you have power of attorney given to you by someone, that power of attorney ceases to be in effect once they pass away. This means you can’t claim it to, for example, sell a property. Another probate misconception relates to ownership of items within a will. Even if you have a notarized will… Read More

Termites: What They Are, What They Do, and How to Spot Them

Tom Kleinschnitz, our termite expert from American Home Services, tells us that there is one thing that everyone seems to know about the pests: Termites eat wood… ferociously. Anti-termite efforts constitute a billion-dollar industry in America, so if you’re having a home inspection done, be sure that a termite inspection is included. That way, you’ll know whether or not that property suffers from termite damage; you don’t want to take on an expensive repair project without warning! Second, there are two different types of termites: subterranean and dry wood termites. Subterranean termites live in the ground, then they come up… Read More