Trust Litigation in Florida
Trust litigation is a legal process that occurs when there is a dispute involving a trust. This can include disputes over the administration of the trust, the [...]
Medicaid, Medicare and Long Term Care Insurance
People either take care of the elderly in their families or they outsource the care to third parties. Either way, the costs associated with this care can [...]
Opening a Real Estate Brokerage in Florida
Opening a real estate brokerage in Florida can be a rewarding and lucrative career move. However, it requires careful planning and attention to detail in order to [...]
Construction Litigation in Florida: What You Need to Know
Construction litigation is a common legal issue in Florida, given the state's robust construction industry and the potential for disputes to arise during construction projects. As a [...]
Legal Considerations with For Sale By Owner Properties
"For Sale By Owner", often abbreviated as FSBO, is a term used to describe a property that is being sold directly by the owner, without the involvement [...]
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 [...]
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