Filing a Partition Lawsuit Without an Attorney


I've encountered numerous cases where co-owners of property find themselves at a crossroads, contemplating whether or not to separate their shared assets. One question that often arises is whether it's possible—or advisable—to file a partition lawsuit without the assistance of ...

How Much Does a Partition Action Cost in Florida?


In the realm of Florida real estate, partition actions are a common legal recourse when co-owners of a property find themselves at an impasse regarding its sale or possession. These actions become particularly prevalent in situations where property is inherited by multiple heirs, when romantic relat ...

The Pros and Cons of Relocating for Hybrid Work


With the rise of hybrid and fully remote work, more and more people are finding the flexibility they need to live where they want while still being able to work. While this has its advantages, such as the ability to save money and improve one's quality of life, it also means making some tough decisi ...

What Happens When Someone Wants to Sell Jointly Owned Property?


What are the options when a piece of real estate is owned by two or more people and at least one of those people wants to sell the property while the others don’t? A common scenario is where family members inherit real estate as heirs in a will. It also occurs in divorces, when unmarried couples spl ...

Tips for First-Time Landlords


As a new landlord, you may be faced with new challenges. It’s important to go into this role headstrong and with a determined attitude. In this article, we’ll give you a few tips to keep in mind as you begin your responsibilities as a landlord. Keep reading to learn more. Get a Home Warranty Plan ...

Laws You Should Follow as a Landlord


As a real estate attorney based in the Sunshine State, I can't stress enough the importance of understanding and complying with Florida Landlord Tenant laws. This advice isn't merely a suggestion—it's a necessity for anyone stepping into the shoes of a landlord. In this blog pos ...

How to Negotiate with a Landlord in Florida


Nothing is more of a kick in the gut than faithfully paying rent on time for years just to get a notice stating that your rent is about to climb. You’ve budgeting your money intently with the purpose of having a rent check handy for your landlord on the first of the month. You may not necessarily ha ...

Why are Foreclosure Cases Sometimes Dismissed?


Foreclosure is a daunting prospect for homeowners. However, not all foreclosure cases proceed as expected. In Florida, there are instances where foreclosure cases are dismissed, providing relief to homeowners. Let's explore the reasons behind such dismissals and the implications for both homeowners ...

Can a Tenant Change the Locks Without the Landlord’s Consent?


According to Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes – specifically article 53 – a landlord cannot remove locks from a property unless it’s for the purpose of maintaining, repairing or replacing them. The same chapter also covers whether a tenant can change the property’s locks without the landlord’s con ...

Can a Landlord List a Property for Sale if It’s Tenant Occupied?


If you own a property and are thinking about selling it with a tenant still occupying it, you might ask yourself if you’re legally able to. Simply put, you can sell your property if you buy the tenant out of his or her lease. Otherwise, the person who purchases the property would have to honor the t ...

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