Civil Commercial Business Litigation Read More
As a Florida commercial business litigation attorney, you understand your busy clients have very little tolerance for activities which waste their money and unnecessarily take up their time. When disputes arise from commercial and business transactions, the prospect of lengthy litigation represents a potential black-hole for your client’s money and time. For many commercial and business clients the thought of having disputes linger unresolved in the court system for months or years is unacceptable.
Business Divorces Read More
Whether you are involved in a business partnership, limited partnership, corporation, or limited liability company to operate the business, a business divorce occurs when there is serious disagreement between owners about the way to run the business. When a disagreement is so fundamental that the parties need to split up, a business divorce is necessary. Business divorces can take many forms, including: partnership dissolution and accounting, corporate dissolution and shareholder derivative actions and limited liability company lawsuits.
Contract Dispute Resolution Read More
Contract disputes require a proactive response to assist all contracting parties involved to reach a timely resolution. Typically, when legal disputes arise in Florida, parties have the option of using consensual dispute resolution techniques, such as mediation, to resolve the issue. They are not necessarily giving up their chance to take the matter to trial, but they are first attempting a resolution that is less expensive, less time-consuming, and less adversarial than litigation.
Foreclosures & Lien Contests Read More
Issues related to debt and equity interests in real property in Florida can become extremely complex. When the owner of a property is delinquent in payments owed in relation to a property, collection efforts by mortgagees or other creditors may result. In some cases, this involves the lender foreclosing on the mortgage or another creditor filing a lien against the property to perfect and protect its right to payment. Once the lien has been recorded in the public records of the county in which the real property is located, Florida law provides an opportunity for the owner to dispute the claim by filing a Notice of Contest of Lien.