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Ask A Real Estate Attorney: How Is COVID-19 Impacting Real Estate?

COVID-19 has had an impact on just about every sector of the economy. Real Estate is one of these affected areas. One recent study found that up to 80% of buyers have either delayed their property search or stopped it altogether. When it comes to real estate transactions, everyone is affected; including landlords, tenants, contractors,…

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Tips From A Corporate Attorney On Starting A Business

Uncertain circumstances, such as a global pandemic, can introduce opportunities. If ever there was a time to start a business and follow your entrepreneurial spirit – it’s now. But what happens when your hobby becomes a fully-fledged commercial operation? Or perhaps you dive straight into the deep end and decide to start your own business….

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When To Call A Short Sale Attorney

We like to believe that when we buy a house it will be a sound investment. Due to a variety of reasons, including declining market values, loss of employment, or acquiring new debt, many owners find themselves in situations where they need to sell their property for less than they owe on their mortgage. This…

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When Do You Need A Probate Attorney?

Losing a loved one is never easy. Having to deal with the probate process soon after can be extremely confusing for the bereaved. Matters of probate can become more complicated if you take into consideration the taxes that may need to be paid as well as any internal conflict within the family. Before enlisting the…

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Foreclosure Defense Options During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The global pandemic of COVID-19 has turned the idea of normal on its head and put a lot of financial strain on countless people. Although jobs have become scarce, financial burdens haven’t lessened – including mortgages. When you fail to meet your mortgage payments, you face the risk of foreclosure. So, what are your foreclosure…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Business Law

What exactly is business law? Business law, also is known as mercantile law or commercial law, governs the business interactions between individuals and commercial matters. Business law is generally broken down into two distinct areas. They include regulation of commercial entities through the start-up, running, and, if necessary, the closing of that business. Secondly, business…

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Can An Attorney Help With Loan Modification?

Over my more than 45 years of practicing law, I’ve often been contacted by potential clients who ask if an attorney can help them negotiate a loan modification with their lender. The answer to that question is yes, that falls within the purview of what a practicing attorney can do. You, the potential client, should…

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What To Look For In A Commercial Real Estate Lawyer

​​​​​​To understand what it is you should look for in a commercial real estate lawyer, you need to first understand what commercial real estate is. There are significant differences between commercial and residential real estate properties. Simply stated, commercial real estate is property that tenants rent for business use purposes only. Commercial real estate includes…

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What Can A Real Estate Attorney Do For Me?

So, you’re thinking of buying a house or piece of property. Given the price of houses and property in South Florida, it’s one of the major investments you’ll make during your lifetime. In 2019, the median sales price of a single-family home was $365,000.00 in Broward County. This represents a 3.3% increase from the median…

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The Different Types Of Real Estate Legal Service

When a person hears the term “real estate,” the first thing that usually comes to mind is the buying and selling of land and/or property. The assumption is that a seller lists their property for sale, often more than the price they are willing to accept, and the potential buyer makes an offer which is…

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