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Real Estate Issues and Legal Remedies

If you have recently made a real estate purchase in the State of Florida, a new home, commercial property, or land, and have incurred a problem after the transaction has been completed, you are certainly not alone. The current market conditions with higher-than-expected values, low inventories, attractive interest rates, and multiple buyers in many instances,…

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Business Attorneys for Those Starting a New Business

Business and commercial law is a highly specialized field of law only a limited number of attorneys practice as compared to personal injury and criminal defense work. Most full-service business law firms provide a litany of business-related legal services including business litigation or representation for disputes involving contracts, non-compete agreements, insurance policies and claims that…

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Legal Issues Facing Jacksonville Businesses That Re-Open During COVID-19

Most areas of the country are beginning the process of opening their business doors after required closures and in many regions, mandated stay-at-home-orders are being relaxed putting people back to work and in-person shopping. As these businesses start opening back up, especially in the retail and foodservice sectors, mandates for occupancy and social distancing have…

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Construction Law Specialists

During these difficult and trying times, social restrictions and new procedures brought on by Covid-19 have affected every industry, especially construction. As the laws governing this industry are complex, having competent legal advice oftentimes is paramount to a successful outcome when legal problems arise. Construction firms need to protect their interests and by working proactively…

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Estate Planning Attorneys in Jacksonville, Florida

What is estate planning? Everyone actually has an estate of some kind, comprised of everything of value including your car, boat, home, business, checking and savings accounts, stocks, bonds, cash, even your retirement funds. Personal property such as household furnishings, paintings, artwork, furniture, jewelry, watches, really anything of value you possess, is also included in…

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Jacksonville Construction Law Attorneys

The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to wreak havoc on commercial as well as residential construction projects in North Florida with the limited end in sight.  Construction project delays and even suspensions are being brought about by a partial/complete shutdown of the permitting/inspection departments in Duval County. The COVID-19 outbreak is causing local construction contractors, developers, and…

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Jacksonville Commercial Lawyers

Questions arise all the time about what does a commercial lawyer do, and who can benefit most from their unique legal talents and services. Commercial or Business law attorneys specialize in legal matters that pertain to all different types of businesses including commercial entities, construction firms, homeowner associations, and real estate transactions and disputes. Business…

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Marriage and the Spread of Covid-19

Questions in the media are arising about marriages and the effects COVID-19 has had and is going to have on these relationships in the near future. According to a University of Virginia sociologist, W. Bradford Wilcox, this pandemic will leave the average marriage in this country stronger as couples strive to find common ground while…

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Have You Been Served with Divorce Papers Unexpectedly?

Many modern couples today are experience all different types of marital issues with some brought on by factors like the current Covid-19 pandemic, the economy, aging, children leaving the home or just growing and developing emotionally in separate ways. When couples are contemplating divorce, many times discussions and decisions about breaking up don’t move fast…

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Commercial Disputes

One of the biggest challenges to hit the global financial markets in recent years has been the induction of the COVID-19 virus. Businesses, supply chain disruption, employment, and contractual fulfillment have all been adversely affected, hopefully in the short term, putting commercial entities at risk and in many cases, disputes. Meeting contractual obligations during state-sponsored…

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