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Kass Shuler, PA and firm partners Jeff Mouch, Nicole Noel and Yusuf Haidermota, along with rockstar Associate George Zamora, are catching up with colleagues and friends at the Southeast Credit Union Conference and Expo.   #SCUCE  
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Southeastern Credit Union Conference & Expo!

Southeastern Credit Union Conference & Expo!

Kass Shuler is looking forward to attending the Southeastern Credit Union Conference & Expo! If you are attending, we invite you to stop by Booth #414 to learn more about our law firm and enter our drawing! We look forward to meeting you, learning more about your credit union, and discussing how our firm can […]
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Florida’s 4th DCA Confirms Lender’s Right to Seek to Recover Attorney’s Fees Incurred in Prior Foreclosure Action

Florida’s 4th DCA Confirms Lender’s Right to Seek to Recover Attorney’s Fees Incurred in Prior Foreclosure Action

Holding Decision In early May, Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Colombo v. Robertson, Anschutz & Schneid, P.L. (4D20-1719, 2022 WL 1397564 (Fla. 4th DCA May 4, 2022)), affirming a Palm Beach trial court’s ruling that the attorney’s fees incurred by a lender in a prior foreclosure action could be sought […]
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Why Do You Need a Bankruptcy Attorney?

Why Do You Need a Bankruptcy Attorney?

Generally, in a bankruptcy case when a Trustee attempts to sell property free and clear of any interest in that property they must fall under one of the five subsections outlined in Bankruptcy Code Section 363(f). Specifically, Section 363(f)(4) allows the Trustee to sell the property free and clear if such interest in that property […]
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Florida Real Estate Litigation: Judicial Foreclosure

Florida Real Estate Litigation: Judicial Foreclosure

If you are an investor, lender, and/or servicer of a mortgage it is important to know the legal process of resolving defaulted borrowers with real estate litigation. We are here to help you at the Kass Shuler Law Firm. Real Estate Litigation Process for Judicial Foreclosure One of the most common scenarios of financed real […]
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Cease and Desist Letters: Do You Need a Lawyer?

Cease and Desist Letters: Do You Need a Lawyer?

Although not a requirement before filing suit, former employers oftentimes send cease-and-desist letters to enforce noncompete, non-solicit, or nondisclosure agreements against former employees. Cease and desist letters remind former employees of their obligations under the agreement and provide written notice of the former employee’s alleged wrongful conduct. As a former employee, you should know there […]
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What Is A Business Divorce?

Business divorce is exactly what it sounds like, it is a legal proceeding in which business partners end their business relationship. It can include some of the complexities and emotional entanglements of conventional divorce.  Each business divorce is unique and requires careful study of the relationship between the parties and clear goals for the outcome. […]
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Do I Need to Hire a Loss Mitigation Lawyer?

Do I Need to Hire a Loss Mitigation Lawyer?

If you’re receiving letters threatening foreclosure on your home, it’s time to act fast. You need to seek out the alternatives to foreclosure to avoid losing your property once and for all. Thankfully, you can get the help you need by hiring a loss mitigation lawyer. With their help, you can explore all the different […]
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All You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements

All You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements

Whether you’re running a business or working as an employee, non-compete agreements will undoubtedly land on your radar at some point. Also known as a covenant not to compete, this agreement helps protect the company’s interests by restricting what the employee can say or do for a set amount of time. No matter which side […]
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