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Want to Rent Your Home? Make Sure You Understand Your Rights and Responsibilities First

December 14, 2018

Are you interested in renting out your home? Before you take the plunge, it’s important to make sure you understand all the rights that Florida law grants to you as a landlord. Here’s some information from a real estate attorney in Miami, FL to help you make a more informed decision about whether renting out your property is the right choice for you. Rental agreements Rental agreements in Florida can be either written or oral. From a landlord’s perspective, it’s crucial you get your agreement in writing to avoid any misunderstandings and potential lawsuits. A written agreement will leave much... View Article

How to Set Up Your Will in Miami, FL

November 30, 2018

Are you a Florida resident who’s interested in setting up a will? Great! It’s important you take this step to safeguard your estate and look out for your loved ones, especially your children. You can use your will to leave behind assets to specific people or organizations, name a personal guardian to take care of your minor children if you pass away unexpectedly, select a personal representative who will handle all matters of your estate after your passing and name a trusted person to manage any property you leave behind to minor children. An attorney for wills and trusts in... View Article

The Most Common Mistakes Made with Commercial Real Estate in Florida

November 29, 2018

As attorneys practicing in contract law in Miami, FL for commercial real estate deals, we frequently work with clients who have experienced deals that have fallen through and come to us for assistance. Our years of experience in the field have exposed us to many types of mistakes made by parties to real estate transactions that quickly sink the deal. Here are some of those most common mistakes we see made with commercial real estate transactions in Florida: Not getting the deal in writing: This is an absolutely fatal mistake when it comes to making real estate deals. You cannot... View Article

What Landlord-Tenant Law in Miami, FL Says About Abandoned Property

November 15, 2018

As a landlord, you might wonder what rights you have with regard to property abandoned by former tenants, whether it’s left behind in a commercial or residential unit. What should you do with that property? Let other people take it away from the unit? Throw it away? Are you required to save it somewhere? This is an issue that frequently arises in landlord-tenant relationships, so naturally it is one covered under landlord-tenant law in Miami, FL and throughout the state. According to Florida Statute Section 715.104, before you can take any action with regard to abandoned property, you must provide... View Article

Update Your Estate Plan After a Divorce

October 11, 2018

There are going to be a lot of changes in your life to navigate as you go through the divorce process. It’s understandable if estate planning is the last thing on your mind during this time, but it is critical that you update your estate plans as soon as the divorce is finalized so you can make sure your plans reflect your current life situation. With this in mind, here are several steps you should take to update your estate plan after a divorce with the assistance of an attorney for wills and trusts in Miami, FL. Create an entirely... View Article