Generally, agreements between buyers and sellers to convey real estate are governed by the general principles of contract law. Fla. Stat. §725.01 requires that contracts for real property be reduce to writing. As the process of transferring title and interest to real property is often complex and full of numerous caveats, the contracts are often extremely technical and complicated.

The professionals at Adam Law Group have significant experience is assisting both commercial and residential buyers and sellers in navigating the full gamut of the real estate transaction from initial negotiations, through closings. Our attorneys are capable of serving their real estate clients in several capacities, including full service commercial and residential contract review, analysis and preparation, closings title insurance, title examinations, and procurement of commercial real estate and construction financing.

Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse?

  • June 29, 2021

A person can file bankruptcy without their spouse. Whether or not this is a good choice depends on the laws in your state and the individual circumstances in your case. Florida is a “common law” state (as opposed to a “community property” state). In a common law state like Florida, debts that you and your […]