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Should We Form A Partnership?

Form a Partnership: South Florida Law frequently assists individuals and businesses in entity formations that fit their specific needs.  These include LLC's for real estate investment, C Corporations, S Corporations, LLCs for general business purposes and partnerships.  Along with Florida's single proprietorships, corporations account for over 75% of the state's active businesses. Partnerships could be [...]

What Everyone Should Know About Dog Bites

Do you have a dog?  If so, whether your dog is calm and friendly - or vicious and dangerous - you may be responsible if it bites anyone. Clear Cut Cases If your dog bites someone in a public place you are liable if personal injury is caused.  The same applies for most cases where [...]

2021-03-07T17:17:47+00:00Personal Injury law|

Understanding Wrongful Death in Florida

Wrongful Deaths impact families and loved ones of the deceased in serious and permanent ways.  Here is what the legal term means and how it applies in legal terms to cases in Florida. What is Wrongful Death? Wrongful death happens in part when a death is caused by a "wrongful act, negligence, default or breach [...]

2020-02-07T14:02:01+00:00Personal Injury law|

FAQs: How to Protect Yourself From Underinsured and Uninsured Drivers

If you drive in the State of Florida, then it is very important to be aware of the amount of underinsured and uninsured drivers in your midst.  Over 25% of drivers on Florida's roads were completely uninsured in a 2015 statistic, making it the state with the nation's highest number of uninsured motorists.  Jared Newman, [...]


HOA and Condo Association Law: Five Residents’ Rights That Are Required To Be Respected

HOA and Condo Association Law: Homeowner Associations (HOAs) and Condominium Associations are very unique in that are often run by elected individuals who have little legal and real estate experience.  Nevertheless, HOAs and condominium associations are governed by complex laws that specify certain rights and obligations to residents. Board members and staff of HOAs and [...]

How Much Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

Your claim is likely to be worth more than the figure on your medical bills. Pain and suffering, the skill set of your attorney and the choices you make could lead to compensation several times larger than your medical bills. Let’s explore seven factors that affect the size of your compensation. How much money you [...]

2020-01-09T10:09:21+00:00Personal Injury law|

Buying or Selling Real Estate: Five Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Attorney Early in the Process

A real estate transaction involves significant legal issues that should be handled by a real estate attorney. Hire one early on in the process of selling or buying a property to make sure you’ve covered all your bases. Buying or Selling Real Estate in South Florida? Here are five reasons why you need to hire [...]

2021-03-07T17:33:42+00:00Real Estate Law|

How Easement Law Affects Your Real Estate Investment

Easement law grants others access to owned property and can come in official and unofficial forms. Easements can start with an agreement or simply evolve over time. Here, we explore what an easement is and what legal matters may arise around the concept of non-owner property use and access. What is an Easement? An [...]

Rideshare Personal Injury Compensation

Rideshare Accidents: How Much Can You Get Paid In Compensation? Uber and Lyft rideshare services are convenient and affordable, but the convenience comes with risk. I your are injured in an accident, how much you can receive in damages depends on these four factors: 1) your injuries, 2) your attorney, 3) the drive, 4) the [...]

The Real Estate LLC Holding Company: Clear Benefits and Areas to Beware

Setting up a Real Estate LLC Holding Company can have pros and cons. Retain an experienced real estate attorney to make sure that your LLC is set-up and run in a way that avoids the pitfalls. The modern Limited Liability Company first began in Wyoming in 1977. The first LLCs were primarily small oil drilling [...]

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