Transfer of Title to Real Property Pursuant to a Marital Settlement Agreement

Transfer of Title to Real Property Pursuant to a Marital Settlement Agreement When couples divorce, there is often jointly owned real property that needs to be resolved in conjunction with the divorce proceeding.  Depending on the circumstances, family law practitioners can negotiate various manners of disposing of the real property.  Often, one party will receive sole ownership of certain real property as part of a marital settlement agreement (“MSA”).  The deed should not be a … Continue reading


Construction Liens – Must Record in 90 Days NO EXCEPTIONS

Construction Liens – Must Record in 90 Days NO EXCEPTIONS This is a statutory provision that lienors must obey without exception.  With respect to the time period a lienor has to record a claim of lien, Chapter 713 provides that, “The claim of lien may be recorded at any time during the progress of the work or thereafter but not later than 90 days after the final furnishing of the labor or services or materials … Continue reading


DO THE GROUNDWORK JOB

Do you think you’re thinking, “I need anyone to carry out our work on-line! inches Should your fingers are usually total so you cannot arrive at the research and also course projects – stress you can forget – visit currently and have the best answers when you state: “Do the math research! inch You understand you are not on it’s own; numerous college students have to have assist – “I have to have help accomplish … Continue reading


Offer of Judgment – Creating an Entitlement to Attorney’s Fees

Offer of Judgment – Creating an Entitlement to Attorney’s Fees If you don’t have a contractual or statutory right to recover attorney’s fees, you may be able to recover attorney’s fees if you offer a reasonable settlement that the opposing side rejects.  These offers or demands for judgment follow a specific format and need to describe the offer or demand in detail.  As an example, in a dispute against the City of Miami over the … Continue reading


Attorney’s Fees or No Attorney’s Fees That is the Question

Attorney’s Fees or No Attorney’s Fees That is the Question           Clients often wrongfully assume that if they are successful in a lawsuit, that they have the right to recover attorney’s fees.  That is not the case in Florida.  Florida follows the American Rule in that attorney’s fees incurred while prosecuting or defending a claim are not recoverable in the absence of a statute or contractual agreement authorizing their recovery.  What … Continue reading


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