How to correctly lend and borrow money from someone

By Gonzalo Macchi, Identity Theft, Consumer Finance, Collections, Family Law, Contracts, Landlord/Tenant issues, and Traffic Citations Attorney

Are you considering borrowing or loaning money to somebody?  If yes, it is cautionary that you draft a promissory note. Below are … Read the rest
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Landlords and Tenants – Who pays for repairs?

By Eric Duenas, Litigation Attorney

Landlord/Tenant law can be confusing for both a landlord and a tenant trying to navigate through it on their own. Often questions arise as to where the landlord’s obligations end and where the tenant’s … Read the rest

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Document Your Personal Injury Claim to Assist Your Attorney

By Personal Injury Attorney David Hammer

Take photographs of the vehicles involved and photograph the accident scene (including street signs or buildings), for reference points. Take photographs of your injuries. Obtain names and contact information of any witnesses. Keep a … Read the rest
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Tax Season Is Here…Tis the Season for the Fake IRS Agent Scam

By Gonzalo Macchi, Identity Theft, Consumer Finance, Collections, Family Law, Contracts, Landlord/Tenant issues, and Traffic Citations Attorney 

Have you received a call from an unknown phone number claiming to be an IRS agent stating that if you don’t pay … Read the rest

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Mastering and Understanding the 1031 Exchange

By Aileen Torrens, Real Estate Closings, Transactions, & Litigation Attorney. Many prospective investors/exchangers shy away from the 1031 Exchange, simply due to the lack of understanding of the confusing terms and conditions for entering into the exchange. However, the 1031 Exchange is certainly one of the most valuable and under-utilized tax breaks currently out there for investors. By understanding the following basic concepts and utilizing a team of professionals to guide you along the way, you may find yourself entering into the 1031 Exchange world.
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10 Things You Should Know If You Are Currently Operating a Florida Limited Liability Company (“LLC”)

By: Suzanne Arbide, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Business, Consumer Finance, Corporate, and Contract Attorney. Florida overhauled its limited liability company statute on January 1, 2014, with significant changes. Ignoring the changes could put you at risk. If you are currently operating a Florida Limited Liability Company (“LLC”), there are 10 things you should know.
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