Member Dissociation from a Florida LLC [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Excerpts from 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

 

 

 

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Landlords and Tenants – Who pays for repairs?

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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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10 Things You Should Know If You Are Currently Operating a Florida Limited Liability Company (“LLC”)

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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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Solicitation telephone calls in Florida: What you need to know.

By Gonzalo Macchi, Identity Theft, Consumer Finance, Collections, Family Law, Contracts, Landlord/Tenant issues, and Traffic Citations Attorney. Are you still receiving phone calls to sell you a product or service? While this may not happen as often as it used to with the advent of the Internet and e-mail, it still does happen, and there are laws in place to protect you from telephone solicitation calls.
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Delaying medical services after a car accident could affect your rights.

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By Personal Injury Attorney David Hammer. Those injured in an accident seeking Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits, such as reimbursement for medical bills, and lost wages, MUST receive medical services within 14 DAYS after the accident. Additionally, there are other requirements to consider.
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Purchase and Sale Agreement: “Is this just a standard form?”

By Aileen Torrens, Real Estate Closings, Transactions, & Litigation Attorney. The Purchase and Sale Agreement is usually the first contract the Buyer will encounter in a real estate transaction. It is most definitely not a standard form. While every single line is important and should be reviewed, these are some of the most important paragraphs.
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A Rose by Any Other Name: How to Legally Change Your Name in the State of Florida.

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

If you do not like the name you were given, or the name on your birth certificate is different than the one … Read the rest
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5 Quick Facts About Florida’s Lemon Law [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Excerpts from Has Your Car Left You With a Sour Taste? Know Your Rights Under the Lemon Law By Gonzalo Macchi, Traffic Citations, Identity Theft, Consumer Finance, Collections, Family Law, Contracts, and Landlord/Tenant matters Attorney.

 

 

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What do you do when you receive a check that bounces?

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

You bought a new bedroom set and decided to sell your old one. You placed your ad, found a buyer and closed … Read the rest
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