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- 05/23/15--14:45: _Short Sale vs. Fore...
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- 08/15/15--13:36: _What is a 3 Day Not...
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- 01/26/16--20:55: _Deed in Lieu Florida
- 09/22/17--22:19: _Removal of Unwanted...
- 09/28/17--22:39: _I need to kick Gues...
- 05/23/15--14:45: Short Sale vs. Foreclosure in Florida
- 07/06/15--16:41: Unlawful Detainer vs. Eviction in Florida
- 07/30/15--11:16: Service of Process in Florida
- 08/15/15--13:36: What is a 3 Day Notice and is it required for a Florida Eviction?
- 10/22/15--10:22: Return of My Florida Security Deposit & Time Frame
- 11/08/15--05:29: Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorneys
- 11/14/15--10:27: Florida Unlawful Detainer
- 01/26/16--20:55: Deed in Lieu Florida
- 09/22/17--22:19: Removal of Unwanted Florida Guest
- 09/28/17--22:39: I need to kick Guest out of my Florida property!
Short Sale vs. Foreclosure in Florida? Although the number of foreclosure filings have slipped in the state of Florida, the number of foreclosures are still staggering. Many Floridians still have difficulty making their monthly mortgage payments and must decide on the best course of action to either keep their home
Unlawful Detainer vs. Eviction in Florida? Do you have an invited guest staying in your home, but refusing to leave? What are your options and would this be considered an unlawful detainer action or eviction to get them out of your Florida property? Florida Statute Chapter 82 details what an unlawful detainer
A lawsuit has been filed against you in Florida. What is the next step? In all lawsuits, the Defendant(s) must be notified of the pending lawsuit in order to file an Answer or other responsive pleading. Florida Statutes Chapter 48 states, in great detail, the process for serving Defendants, including
Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes details the Eviction process in Florida. When you believe that you have all the requirements for an Eviction, what is the first step? In many cases, the first step is to place a three (3) Day Notice of Eviction, either hand-delivered to the Tenant
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Florida Statute 83.49 describes in detail the procedures when a security deposit is given to a Landlord in Florida for performance of a lease agreement. In Florida, the Landlord must (1) hold the total amount of the security deposit in a separate non-interest (or interest) bearing account in a Florida
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In Florida, once served with a Foreclosure Complaint, you have ONLY 20-days to respond. Failure to file a response, can result in the loss of your rights to defend and fight the foreclosure proceedings. Time is of the essence, so make sure that you when you need an experienced Florida
An Unlawful Detainer in Florida is a lawsuit that is filed requesting another person be ordered to leave your property. Although similar to an Eviction proceeding, there is no landlord/tenant relationship between the parties, i.e. there is no agreement to pay rent, either verbal or in writing. If there is an agreement
Deed in Lieu Florida? As a Florida homeowner, you may decide to complete a deed in lieu of foreclosure instead of engaging in a short sale, loan modification or any other loss mitigation option that may be available. A deed in lieu of foreclosure is a recorded document in which
Do you need assistance with Removal of an Unwanted Florida Guest? Unfortunately, guests sometimes overstay their welcome. When that happens there are legal remedies to remove unwanted occupants from your home. In Florida, when an occupant who is not a tenant is no longer welcome to stay at your home
When a Guest has been living at your Florida property with your permission, but has no lease agreement and has not been paying rent, e.g. a boyfriend, girlfriend, relative, friend, and they refuse to vacate, there are various legal remedies which are provided for in Florida Statutes to regain