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Mortgage Foreclosures

Mortgage Foreclosures – A New World After the Moratoriums End

Firm Partner, Nicole Noel, will be speaking at a live webinar hosted by Lorman Education Services on the topic, “Mortgage Foreclosures – A New World After the Moratoriums End” on October 18th at 1pm EST. This session will identify hurdles for creditors post-COVID-19, what will change in 2023 and in the future and much more. […]
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Florida Real Estate Litigation

Florida Real Estate Litigation

Florida Real Estate Litigation Florida is a popular destination for real estate investors, retirees, and vacationers alike. As a result, the Florida real estate market is often subject to legal disputes and litigation. Title Disputes One of the most common types of Florida real estate litigation involves title disputes. A title dispute can arise when […]
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NACTT 58th Annual Seminar in Austin, TX

NACTT 58th Annual Seminar in Austin, TX

Firm partner, Nicole Noel will be attending the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees’ (NACTT) 58th Annual Seminar in Austin, TX at the JW Marriot, July 26th – July 29th. Nicole is looking forward to attending this premier educational seminar and connecting with clients and colleagues! If you’ll be attending, let us know!
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Florida Bar's Annual Convention in Boca Raton

Florida Bar’s Annual Convention in Boca Raton

Firm partner, Nicole Noel, will be attending the Florida Bar’s Annual Convention in Boca Raton, June 21-24th! Nicole was honored to serve as Chair of the Florida Registered Paralegal Eligibility and Compliance Committee for the 2022/2023 Bar year.
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What is the Difference Between Arbitration and Mediation

What Is the Difference Between Arbitration and Mediation?

Both arbitration and mediation are two separate alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods to resolve legal issues between parties outside of a traditional court hearing. While both methods are aimed to resolve and/or settle a legal issue, there are distinct and key differences between the two. What Are Arbitration and Mediation? Arbitration is a formal proceeding, […]
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bankruptcy

Non-Dischargeable Debts Under Section 523

When a person files for bankruptcy, their debts are discharged, meaning they are no longer legally obligated to pay them. However, there are certain types of debts that are not eligible for discharge under Section 523. These may include debts incurred through fraud, embezzlement, or willful or malicious injury to another person or property. What […]
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