Our Areas of Practice
Our Firm handles all aspects of residential and commercial real estate transactions in connection with the purchase, sale, and financing of single-family residences, condominium units, co-operative apartments, vacant land, multi-unit dwellings and commercial property. We assist our clients throughout the State of Florida in the negotiation, preparation and execution of real estate contracts through closing. Our Firm services include:
- Closings and Escrow Agent Services
- Title review, examination and issuance of title insurance
- Commercial Real estate purchase and sale agreements and Letters of Intent
- Notes, mortgages and other loan documents
- Attorney Opinion Letters and Title Opinions
- 1031 exchanges
- FIRPTA matters for foreign nationals sellers
Every real estate transaction is unique – and so are our clients’ needs. Large amounts of money are at risk, and strict deadlines add to the pressure felt by the parties in every transaction. We guide our clients from contract to closing, every step of the way, to protect their interests and their investment.
Contact us to assist you with your real estate transaction and protect your interests!
Most people are familiar with Wills, which are a vital part of any estate planning strategy. However, Wills do not cover all of a client’s needs, and are not always the best approach to protecting your assets so that you can pass them on to your family or loved ones.
Our attorneys pay particularly close attention to our clients’ needs, goals and have our clients’ best interests at heart guiding them through the many options that are available:
- Last Will and Testament
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Designation of Healthcare Surrogate
- Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
- Lady Bird Deeds
- Life Insurance Trusts
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Special Needs Trusts
Losing a loved one is never easy, and this difficult time may be made more complicated by the estate administration process at the Probate Court.
When a person dies owning assets in his/her individual name, a court proceeding (probate) may be required to handle the estate administration. The estate administration relates to the money, assets and other property left by the deceased individual, including his/her debts and creditors.
Administering the estate refers to managing everything that falls under the umbrella of the estate, including payment of any taxes or debts, and distribution of assets to heirs and beneficiaries.
Pitfalls, mistakes and errors may occur during the probate proceeding. Mistakes only prolong the estate administration process, and they may end up costing money as well.
Contact us to work with a competent and experienced probate attorney.
Whether you are thinking about starting a business or you currently own a business, it is critical that you have written agreements or contracts to protect yourself and your business. We offer legal services for entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate executives. We handle all aspects of company formation, including corporate governance documents, structuring and documentation of start-ups and corporate expansions.
Contact us to help you protect you and your business interests.
300 South Pine Island Road,
Suite 261, Plantation, FL 33324
Telephone: (954) 983-1232