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David Haber Founder
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.” - Theodore Roosevelt
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Roger Slade Shareholder
We do not accept the idea that there's no way to win.”
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Frank Soto Partner
The practice of law is similar to navigating a ship, you must know where you want to end and plot the most effective course, otherwise, you will simply be drifting in the wind.”
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David Podein Partner
When people ask me what we do, I always respond that we are in the service industry, the legal service and advice to the client are the firm's top priorities.”

When contractors are hired to perform improvements on properties, they expect to be paid. The same goes for subcontractors. If the property owner is dissatisfied with the work done by the contractor, refusing to pay the bill is not the solution. Ideally, the property owner should approach the contractor about the service quality, and both […]

Under Florida law, an insured may sue their agent for negligence, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and misrepresentation, as the circumstances permit, when there is no coverage or inadequate coverage procured for the loss sustained.  Generally, under Florida law, an insurance broker undertaking to procure insurance for an insured is required to use […]

In part one of this blog post, we covered the basics of condo terminations, dived into how they work, and promised that in part two we’d cover recent legal changes for terminations, which include restrictions on terminations, stricter voting requirements, and other changes. In 2007, the Florida legislature authorized an amendment to Florida Statute §718.117 allowing terminations of condos by […]

What is a “qualifying agent” and why does it matter? If you are thinking about starting a construction contracting company, or are the present owner of such a company, you will need a “qualifying agent” in order to operate your business. Unless a contractor falls under one of the exemptions under Florida Statute Section 489.103(1), […]

Imagine not being able to collect homeowners’ association dues or enforce rules in your community. For homeowners’ associations approaching thirty (30) years of age, this threat is more than a cause for sleepless nights and may become a reality if covenants are not preserved in a timely fashion from the operation of The Marketable Record […]

The Florida divorce courts have strict limitations on who can file for divorce in Florida. Florida law requires that before a court has “subject matter jurisdiction,” a potential filer must have resided in the State of Florida for six months prior to the filing. One rationale behind this rule is obviously to discourage “divorce tourism.” […]