Caleb is an Associate in the firm’s Real Estate division. He handles real estate matters, including homeowners’ and condominium association governing documents, commercial and residential sales and leases, contract preparation and review, commercial and residential development, seller financing, resolution of title problems, title insurance claims, survey matters and border disputes. Caleb also handles contested estate and trust matters, breach of fiduciary duty litigation, and representation of the fiduciaries or beneficiaries of estates and trusts. He is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts.
Caleb is a frequent contributor to the firm’s Legal Scoop on Southwest Florida Real Estate Blog. His recent posts include:
- Potential Title Insurance Pitfalls When Transferring Property into a Trust or LLC
- When Should I Ask for a Personal Guaranty for a Commercial Lease?
- Update: Business Rent Tax and the Discretionary Sales Tax
- Can My Spouse Waive His/Her Homestead Rights in Florida?
- I am Buying a Home with Someone Else, How Should I Take Title?
- My Commercial Tenant Quit Paying Rent, Now What?
- Appeals Court Hands Down a Win for Florida HOA
- Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: The Effect on Homeowners
- Business Rent Tax Reduced Beginning January 1, 2018
Prior to joining Henderson Franklin, Caleb served as a law clerk at a probate and estate planning firm located in Tallahassee, Florida. While in law school, he was inducted into Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society and served as Treasurer of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Society. Caleb also received a Business Law Certificate and a certificate for distinguished pro bono service for exceeding the pro bono requirements for graduating at FSU Law.
Caleb is a Valdosta, Georgia, native and recently relocated to Fort Myers. When not working, he enjoys Florida State football, Atlanta Braves baseball, and traveling.
Professional And Civic Affiliations
Caleb volunteers for the Boys & Girls Club of Lee County and Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida. While in law school, he volunteered for the Legal Services of North Florida and the Military Family & Community Connect – which provide no cost and low-cost legal services throughout the panhandle of Florida.