• Beware of Foreclosure Rescue Scams During the Coronavirus Crisis

    If you get a mortgage relief or foreclosure rescue offer that’s too good to be true during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s very likely a scam. With the coronavirus (COVID-19) national emergency limiting many people’s ability to work and earn a paycheck, you might be among the thousands finding it difficult or impossible to keep up with your […]

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  • Rentals and Getting Ready for Hurricane Season

    Florida is often dubbed the vacation state, sunshine state, the retirement state, or all around where individuals travel to soak in the sun rays, enjoy our beaches, or retreat from the snow. Friends and family from out of town may envy those who seek out a retreat from the icy winters from the north and […]

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  • 6 Reasons To Hire a Real Estate Lawyer When Buying or Selling Florida Real Estate

    Lack of disclosure about the condition of the property, foreclosure, and probate issues are just few reasons why you may want a real estate lawyer to help. In Florida, particularly South Florida, families want to own a home; retirees want to buy a condo or townhouse; investors from around the country and world want investment […]

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  • When to Consider Partition Actions

    A Partition Action is a civil lawsuit to force the sale of Florida real estate. Florida law allows property to be owned jointly by several persons or entities. Often times, joint owners of a property cannot agree on the management or sale of a property or even one joint owner does not want to sell. […]

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  • Notarizing and Witnessing Legal Documents During the Coronavirus Crisis

    Commercial restrictions and social distancing make it harder to finalize many legal and financial documents. Many common legal documents must be notarized or witnessed to be legally binding. For example, mortgage documents and financial powers of attorney must be notarized. Wills, on the other hand, require witnesses, as do the advance health care directives of […]

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  • Coronavirus Estate Planning: Now is the Time to Make a Living Will & Medical Power of Attorney

    With COVID-19 looming, make sure your loved ones understand your wishes for health care. By now we’re well aware of the tragic health outcomes that may result from infection with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19): life-threatening respiratory conditions, extended hospitalization, and the chaos of trying to get medical care from a strained health care system. Given the […]

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  • Selling Your House During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Hoping to put your house on the market in 2020 or beyond? What to consider regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If you were planning to put your house on the market in 2020 or beyond, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has likely given you pause. Is now a good time? Will prospective buyers come? Will they leave germs all over […]

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  • Is Now a Good Time to Refinance Your Home Mortgage?

    Interest rates down? Here’s what to look into before deciding to refinance your home mortgage. Some people never think about their mortgage after getting it, except to write a monthly check and claim the tax deductions. Others watch the mortgage interest rates like hawks and refinance every time rates dip. The safest course is somewhere […]

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  • Can Bankruptcy Solve Home Mortgage Problems?

    Home mortgage problems often lead to default and foreclosure of the property the individual is attempting to purchase. While bankruptcy may be the last resort to solve any financial difficulty, some homeowners seek this process to try to stop a foreclosure from taking the home away. Bankruptcy often erases most or all the debts of […]

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  • Are Verbal Agreements and Contracts Valid in Florida?

    Over the course of a single week, you likely enter into a wide variety of agreements and contracts. If you own a small business, you may negotiate agreements and contracts on a daily basis. Many of these agreements are probably verbally negotiated and sealed with nothing more than a handshake, which may not seem problematic […]

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