Wellington Business Administrative, Licensing & Regulatory Requirements Attorney
Many Wellington businesses, especially those engaged in providing professional services like financial, legal, or healthcare to the public, are subject to compliance with the regulations set forth by Florida’s administrative agencies in the Florida Administrative Code. Additionally, many businesses are also subject to permit and licensing laws at both the county and state level. It is important to ensure you have all the proper compliance your business needs so that your business can run smoothly and thrive without running into any legal compliance issues. If you have any questions about Florida administrative, licensing, or regulatory requirements, contact an experienced Wellington attorney at Markarian & Hayes today.
Important Florida Licensing Regulations to Know
As a business owner, there are a number of Florida licensing regulations you should familiarize yourself with and make sure your business is compliant with. Start with the list below, and contact a Wellington licensing attorney to take a deeper dive into exactly which licensing regulations apply to your business.
Office of Financial Regulation (OFR)
All financial professionals and businesses in Wellington must comply with the regulations set out by the Florida Office of Financial Regulation (OFR). Businesses falling under the purview of the OFR include banks (both domestic and foreign), trusts, stock brokers, security brokers, security issuers, and investment advisers.
Department of Financial Services (DFS) and Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR)
All insurance professionals in Wellington must comply with the regulations set out by the Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS) and the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR). DFS and OIR regulations apply to both individual insurance agents as well as insurance agencies, both which are required to register their insurance business with DFS. The attorneys at Markarian & Hayes have particular experience in dealing with the company admissions section of OIR that is responsible for receipt and review of company applications for licensure.
Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR)
Although not all-encompassing, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) covers a wide array of professional businesses, including businesses in the cosmetology, veterinary, and real estate industries. DBPR has the power to suspend and revoke business licenses in cases of noncompliance, so if you are facing suspension or revocation of your license, call a skilled Wellington licensing attorney immediately to help you resolve your administrative disputes.
Businesses We Serve
The Wellington Business Administrative and Licensing attorneys at Markarian & Hayes provide assistance to clients in all areas of professional licensing, including the following:
- Certified professional accountant (CPA)
- Loan officers
- Physical therapy
If you are in need of professional licensing assistance for your business and are unsure whether we serve clients in your field, contact us to speak with one of our attorneys today.
Contact a Wellington, Florida Business Administrative, Licensing & Regulatory Requirements Attorney Today
If you are just starting a business and are not sure which administrative, licensing, and regulatory requirements your business is required to follow, or if you have run into administrative or licensing trouble with a Florida regulatory agency, call the experienced Wellington business administrative, licensing, and regulatory attorneys at Markarian & Hayes today. Our skilled legal professionals have experience working with business clients in all areas of Florida administrative and licensing regulations and are here to help defend your rights. Contact us online today to schedule your confidential and free consultation.