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The Importance of a St. Augustine Business Law Attorney

If you own your own business or are planning on starting a business, chances are you haven’t considered all of the issues that can develop between partners, employees, subcontractors, and suppliers. A prudent recommendation is to have a competent and experienced business law attorney review any of the contracts, internal documents and agreements your business…

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Business Law Attorneys

Forming a Business Entity? One of the most important and prudent aspects of owning a business is to have competent, reliable legal services available to thwart off problems before they develop. Business law is a very specialized legal discipline that most attorneys do not attempt to practice because it requires not only considerable business knowledge…

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Jacksonville Divorce Attorney

Divorce is defined in the State of Florida as a legal action filed to end a marriage by a married person or persons. Legally, when it comes to divorce, Florida is known as a “no-fault” state, which means that the court does not need to assign “fault” to either party in a divorce action. Instead,…

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Jacksonville Construction Law Defects

As legal counsel for many general contractors, Heekin Litigation Group feels it is important for anyone involved with, or in the construction industry to understand some basic terms and their meanings regarding construction defects and the practice of construction law. Construction defect claims can be filed at anytime a property owner believes they have a…

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Business Law Attorneys in Jacksonville

The legal practice of commercial litigation or business law which it is commonly referred to, is such a highly specialized field of law that only a handful of attorneys are successfully engaged at practicing it. Jacksonville is blessed with a number of factors that lend support to a business law practice including an expanding market…

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Do I need a Construction Law Attorney to Sue My Contractor?

Over the past few years, Florida has been experiencing an unprecedented broadening of its construction market with retail development, commercial build-outs, industrial renovations, new home construction and apartment units leading the way. A housing shortfall in some counties has caused market conditions to experience a housing crisis but many other areas are experiencing rapid development,…

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Business Law Attorneys Servicing The Villages that are Ready to Help

Business Law Attorneys In The Villages The Villages, as a community, is one of the fastest growing and most developed areas of Florida per square mile. Located in the central part of the state and only a short distance from Ocala, The Villages enjoys providing an adult 55+ retirement setting complete with a downtown business…

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Jacksonville’s Economic Boom

Spring is really starting to heat up in North Florida, and the commercial real estate market is no exception. According to Forbes Magazine, Jacksonville is listed as one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, ranked 5th overall for 2018. Two of the chief reasons for this economic condition to continue for a…

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Minimize condo association headaches during spring break

For much of the country, spring break means a welcome respite from a long winter and a brief escape to warmer climates. Florida remains a top destination despite the damage wrought by a devastating hurricane season. Nearly three million tourists are expected to flood Florida between March and April. For condo owners and managers, however,…

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FEMA contracting: What construction companies need to know

Almost five months have passed and Floridians are still feeling the damage caused by Hurricane Irma. The hurricane caused nearly $100 billion in damages after ravaging the sunshine state. Homeowners and/or homeowner associations seeking to repair and rebuild will be in the market for contractors to complete the work. Much of the work will be…

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