The firm’s Real Estate practice provides clients with a broad range of representation in all areas of residential and commercial real estate. The goal of the firm is to represent, assist and provide business advice as requested to a wide-variety of clients, including developers, contractors, architects, engineers, and owners.
The firm also has extensive experience in representing both institutional lenders and borrowers in Foreclosure and Loan Workout proceedings. We have litigated numerous contested foreclosure proceedings and participated in various out-of-court workouts.
Transfer of Property
The firm’s real estate practice has experience in representing individuals and businesses in transferring parcels of property for business, personal, or estate planning purposes. Our attorneys have represented clients in partition actions, fraudulent conveyances, quiet title actions, lease litigation, and other actions in which real property is at the center of litigation.
While the nation is experiencing a slow recovery of the economy as a whole, Florida remains one of the leaders in foreclosed properties. Hard times can fall upon anyone, and we are here to help during those times.
The process of Florida foreclosure begins when a homeowner falls behind on their mortgage payments for a period of time (different periods for different lenders). Once the default has exceeded a certain amount of months, the lender will hire an attorney to initiate the foreclosure proceedings, and will serve a complaint on the homeowner. This can be a frightening and stressful experience and the fear of potentially losing your home can be overwhelming.
But before you panic, take comfort in knowing that you have legal rights and alternatives to foreclosure. The most important thing to keep in mind is that these options are out there and you should become aware of them and what they entail.
We have helped many clients navigate the muddy waters of foreclosure and real property law, and we can do the same for you. Give our office a call to discuss your case.