Contact an attorney experienced in foreclosure defense. Failure to respond timely to a foreclosure lawsuit may result in a default judgment and wreak havoc on your credit.
This includes the capacity to hold interests in real property, permissible interests in real property, relations between owners, relations between owners and the community, landlord and tenant relations, the transfer of interests in real property, and real property financing, including deeds and mortgages.
There are many types of lawsuits for various issues encountered for personal or business reasons.
The reason is simple; a short sale often has a better return on investment to the lender than a foreclosure.
Management services help businesses control litigation and related legal costs by ongoing management of business transactions so that they do not result in litigation and that the business client is well prepared for situations as they arise.
Contracts are agreements. These agreements can exist between people or businesses. Contracts are usually based on an exchange of money, services, promises, or products and agreement.
Business and Contract Disputes The best kind of litigation is the one you can avoid!
Litigation and Lawsuits
Litigation and Lawsuits Proactive approach for our clients facing litigation.
Credit Card Judgments
In tough economic times, people can be faced with overwhelming bills and credit card debt. Failure to pay your credit card debt can ultimately lead to a Credit Card Judgement.
The term Subrogation refers to the process of substituting one person in the place of another. When a client seeks to enforce the right of another it is called a subrogee and the person whose rights a subrogee is enforcing is a subrogor.
Collections and Debt Settlement are stressful areas of law for both the creditor and the debtor.
Bankruptcy is a federal court process designed to help consumers and businesses eliminate their debts or repay them under the protection of the bankruptcy court. Bankruptcies can generally be described as "liquidations" or "reorganizations."
Do You Need a Will?
To understand why you need a will it is important to understand what a Will is and what it will accomplish for your estate.
Health Care Surrogate
In the event you become incapacitated and unable to provide informed consent for medical treatment and surgical and diagnostic procedures, you can designate a surrogate for your health care decisions.
What is Probate?
Probate is the legal process of administering the different aspects of a deceased person's assets under a will.
Questions on Trusts?
Some common questions on Trusts.
In many situations a person will set up an international trust to provide additional advantages and protection that may be offered in a foreign jurisdiction.
Probate and Trust Administration
The Florida Bar published a pamphlet that provides this very useful information to the public on specific questions and concerns as they pertain to Probate and Trust Administration in Florida.
Commercial Real Estate
Any time you are involved in a commercial real estate transaction, you want to explore all your options in order to ensure your best interest as a business.
Landlord / tenant issues
Oral leases are subject to misunderstandings and are more difficult to enforce. Know the difference between a Security Deposit and an Administrative Fee or Processing Fee.