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February 2016 Archives

You've won a judgment. Now what?

The road to collecting on a judgment in your favor can be a long one. In some cases, it may take a while to track down the debtor if they have moved. Even if there is a known forwarding address, the more time and distance between you and the judgment can make things difficult.

Good start to the year for residential property sales in Orlando

It is not uncommon for the housing market to have strong and weak periods. So far, Orlando had a good start to the year in terms of residential property sales. It has been reported that both price and sales volume have increased in this particular area, which is more than what can be said for other parts of Florida.

Understanding probate litigation in Florida: Part 4

This week's column will focus once again on probate in Florida. This time, the subject that will be addressed is the rights of the decedent's family members during probate litigation. For one reason or another, surviving family members may not be left anything in an estate plan, but this does not mean that they are not entitled to try to collect assets.

2 common mistakes made when estate planning

When planning out end-of-life matters, many individuals in Florida and elsewhere may make mistakes that could potentially cost their loved ones quite a bit in the future. Estate planning does not have to be a difficult process. However, there are certain things that really should be included or considered in an estate plan that numerous people may overlook, be unaware of or simply feel are unnecessary.

Understanding probate litigation in Florida: Part 3

As a continuation of the probate in Florida topic, this article is going to address what obligations an estate has to creditors. Probate litigation is not just used by family members to administer or contest an estate. Creditors are given a set period of time to make claims against the estate as well.

For what reasons can I terminate a property lease?

It is not uncommon for property owners, from time-to-time, to feel the need to remove tenants from their properties -- whether business or residential. Terminating a property lease is not something that can be done on a whim, however. In the state of Florida, an owner must have a valid, legal reason for ending a lease early.

Get help with Florida commercial real estate title concerns

As the owner of a piece of real estate, have you come to find out that there is an issue with your property's title? Most commercial real estate owners in Florida and elsewhere do not find out that there is a title issue until they attempt to resell the properties or until legal claims for the properties are filed against them. If a title issue is found, certain steps may be taken to swiftly resolve the situation.

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