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Litigation vs Non-Litigation Attorneys

When it comes to legal representation, there are two main types of attorneys: litigators and non-litigation attorneys. Understanding the differences between these two types of attorneys is essential when deciding which type of attorney is needed for a given legal matter. Each type of attorney has its own set of skills and responsibilities, and choosing [...]


10 Frequently Asked Questions about Title Insurance

Lawyers from South Florida Law are some of South Florida’s most active real estate closing attorneys.  In addition to being a full-service real estate law firm, South Florida Law is also a title insurance company providing title search and title insurance policies to buyers when a property is purchased.    With offices in Hollywood, Hallandale [...]

Closing Considerations for Real Estate Investors

Real estate closings are a crucial part of the property investing process. Closing day is the day when ownership of the property transfers from the seller to the buyer. Having the right legal support for closing day is vital for real estate investors. Having access to an experienced real estate attorney can ensure that closings go [...]

2023-03-26T19:49:33+00:00Real Estate Law|

The Discovery Stage in Litigation: Understanding the Process

Litigation can be a long and complex process, and one of the most important stages in that process is discovery. Discovery refers to the process by which each party in a lawsuit gathers information and evidence from the other side in preparation for trial. The discovery stage plays a crucial role in the outcome of [...]


Ending a Joint Tenancy in Florida: A Step-by-Step Guide

A joint tenancy is a form of co-ownership in which two or more individuals own a property together. In Florida, a joint tenancy can be terminated in several ways, including through the sale of the property, death of a joint tenant, or mutual agreement between the tenants. The following steps outline the process of ending [...]

2023-02-26T22:48:40+00:00Real Estate Law|

Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts

Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts: Trusts are legal entities created to hold assets for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries. They are often used in estate planning to manage and protect assets, minimize taxes and provide for loved ones. Two main types of trusts are revocable and irrevocable trusts. Revocable Trust Characteristics A revocable trust, [...]

2023-02-04T20:41:14+00:00Estate Planning|

Minimizing Rental Property Liabilities

As investments in the capital markets are expected to yield lower returns in coming years, many investors are turning to real estate, and in particular single-family or multi-family rental properties, to create growth in their investment portfolio. Unlike capital markets investments, investing in a rental property or properties comes with direct exposure to liability.  Investors [...]

2023-01-24T00:21:18+00:00Real Estate Law|

Real Estate Litigation in Florida

Real estate litigation in Florida involves disputes or legal issues that arise during the buying, selling, or owning of property in the state. These disputes can range from contract disputes between buyers and sellers to disputes between landlords and tenants, to issues related to zoning and land use. One common type of real estate litigation [...]

2023-01-16T01:55:25+00:00Litigation, Real Estate Law|

Litigation in Florida

Litigation refers to the process of resolving legal disputes through the judicial system. It involves the filing of a lawsuit, the discovery process, and ultimately a trial or settlement. In Florida, as in other states, litigation is a complex and time-consuming process that requires the assistance of an experienced attorney.  Because of litigation’s high cost [...]