Monthly Archives: February 2023
Can A Quiet Title Lawsuit Help You?
When you purchase property, you just assume that whoever sold it to you owned it and could give you ownership. You assume that once you buy it, the property is yours. But what if this isn’t the case? What if someone else shows up and says “hold on a minute—you didn’t buy that property,… Read More »
Are Verbal Promises To Create A Will Enforceable In Court?
It is not uncommon for people to help older people, or people who are sick and infirm, often on the promise that they will receive something from the other person’s estate documents, like their will or from a trust. But when that person passes on, if that promise is not fulfilled, do you have… Read More »
2023 Trends: Digital Mortgages, Servicing, and Default Servicing
Michelle Garcia Gilbert, president and CEO of the Gilbert Garcia Group, published an article in DS News entitled 2023 Trends: Digital Mortgages, Servicing, and Default Servicing. Click Here to read the article.
Why Do We Even Need Probate, And What Does The Probate Court Do?
You probably know that if you die with a will, your property will be distributed in accordance with the wishes stated in the will. Additionally, if you die without a will, Florida law has intestacy statutes, which will distribute your property by law—in other words, the law will say which of your relatives or… Read More »
Be Very Careful With Balloon Payment Loans
Let’s say it’s time to buy a new home or property, and you take out a mortgage on that property. The mortgage payments look very affordable—much less than what you would think they would be for a loan of the size that you are taking out. But what you don’t realize is that at… Read More »