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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Shortening the Litigation Process
Litigation can be a lengthy and expensive process for all of the parties involved. In 2019, the median time from filing to disposition for civil cases in [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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