Florida’s Liquor License Law Firm
Celebrating 20 Years
Welcome to The Tiller Law Group
Alcoholic Beverage Licensing and Regulatory Law,
Business Transactions and Food Permitting
At The Tiller Law Group, we focus our legal practice on all types of alcoholic beverage licensing and regulatory law, business transactions and food permitting matters. Our knowledgeable staff understands the time and effort you invest to make your business a success. We pride ourselves on helping you meet your business goals in a timely manner. In less experienced hands, you may be putting yourself at risk.
We are strong advocates of preventive law. Preventive law seeks to anticipate and avoid legal problems and litigation by identifying and analyzing potential issues before they become problematic. Our clients can rest easy knowing we are always ready to offer prudent legal advice, which saves time, money and aggravation by minimizing the risk of legal issues.
Contact our office today to learn more about what we offer! We regularly handle all types of business legal issues, including the following:
Alcoholic Beverage Licensing & Regulatory Law
We routinely assist restaurants, nightclubs, package stores and hotel/resort owners with any and all alcoholic beverage licensing needs. Our knowledgeable attorney and staff handle all steps of this process from start to finish so you can focus on operating your business and promoting it while we take care of all your legal and licensing matters. Let us obtain the necessary clearance authorizations from the various agencies required to sign-off on your alcoholic beverage license application prior to the submittal with the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco.
From finding a properly zoned location to identifying, purchasing and transferring my liquor license, The Tiller Law Group was able to meet all of my licensing needs, allowing me to serve alcohol on day one. They presented great liquor license financing options for me to consider and continue to offer prudent legal advice in my day-to-day operations.
Are you buying or selling a business with a liquor license? You want the licensing experts on your side. Retain our firm to prepare and coordinate all the documents necessary to ensure a successful business closing and a timely transfer of the license, form a new corporate entity, register your fictitious/trade name, apply for your entity’s Federal Identification Number (FEIN), business tax receipt, Florida sales tax number and more.”
I have always trusted The Tiller Law Group to handle the purchase & sale of my grocery stores for over 18 years. The firm’s devotion to all critical aspects of my business continues to this day.
With our firm handling all correspondence with the various food permitting agencies in Florida to accelerate processing of your food service license or sanitation certificate, you can focus on your business plan, marketing, creating a menu and hiring employees. When required, we can also assist with preparing and submitting your plan review to the Department of Health, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services or the Division of Hotels & Restaurants. We give our clients the peace of mind to confidently launch their business, knowing we are there to guide them every step of the way on their path to success.
It’s great to have The Tiller Law Group as our corporate general counsel to call upon when faced with complex business transactions requiring sound legal judgment. They have helped us overcome many hurdles, often before they arise, and provide comprehensive legal counsel while keeping us moving forward.
The Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco announced on Friday, July 31, 2020 that the 2019 Quota Alcoholic Beverage License Lottery will be publicly held on August 7, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. This year, there are 51 licenses up for grabs in the following counties: Bay, Brevard, Broward (3), Charlotte, Collier, Dade (6), Duval (3),…
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