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Residential Real Estate

  • Title Insurance and Closings
  • Buyer representation
  • Land Trust
  • Seller Representation
  • Title and Contract Review
  • Draft Deeds / Title Transfers

Business Organization

  • Attain TIN
  • Business Formation (LLC, Corporations, Partnerships, etc.)
  • Draft Operating Agreements and Bylaws
  • File Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State

Wills and Probate

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Power of Attorney
  • Title Insurance
  • Health Care Surrogate
  • Living Will

Commercial Real Estate

  • Due Diligence
  • Title Review
  • Draft contracts
  • Title Insurance
  • Buyer Representation
  • Seller Representation

Developer Representation

  • Draft & Establish Condo & Homeowners Association
  • Draft Declaration
  • Draft Developers Contract

Lender Representation

  • Due Diligence
  • Draft Loan Documents
  • Title Review

Commercial Collections

  • Pursue New Debtor Business
  • Garnish Wages
  • Real Estate Levy
  • Forced Sale of
    Business Ownership
  • Charging Lien

Why Out of Town Buyers Need Real Estate Lawyers

South Florida Real Estate AttorneyFlorida has long been a popular destination for retirees and for snowbirds who like to spend their summers up north and their winters in the sunny south. South Florida has also been popular among foreign buyers, mainly investors, who want to capitalize on desirable real estate.  If you’re looking to purchase commercial or residential real estate in South Florida, it’s important to have a local real estate attorney to help guide you through the process.

If you’re from another state or another country and you’re interested in buying property in Florida, a real estate attorney in South Florida who is familiar with laws and contracts can save you a lot of money and hassle by negotiating with a buyer or seller to get you what you’re entitled to get.   A real estate attorney in South Florida can spot if there are any irregularities in the contract and fight for your rights if the seller is trying to get you into a deal that you weren’t bargaining for. Also, as a Buyer, making one of the largest investments in your life should be in an asset that has been examined by an experienced attorney to warrant the property is free of any liens, encumbrances or title issues and that the conveyance into buyer is valid.

Hiring a South Florida real estate attorney can put your mind at ease when you’re making such a large purchase from hundreds or thousands of miles away. Working with a good local real estate agent that can tell you about neighborhoods, schools, parks and other details about a community is important, but having a real estate lawyer to help save you from a bad deal is just as, if not more, important, especially when you’re buying property from out of town. You won’t regret working with someone who has your best legal interests in mind like a local real estate attorney.

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