Property litigation

How Bankruptcy can Keep You from Losing Your Home

May 23, 2013

(U. S. Property Law and generally) Distressed homeowners facing foreclosure should be aware that there is a way to stop foreclosure, restructure debt, and regain control of your finances. No, it is not a get-rich-quick scheme, it is called reorganizational bankruptcy. More commonly known as Chapter 13 bankruptcy, this type of legal filing allows home […]

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How to File Probate in the State of Florida

April 18, 2013

Transferring title of property from a decedent to an heir is a legal process called probate.  If you want to begin the probate procedures, the heir must file probate pleadings with the appropriate court.  Follow these steps to file probate in the state of Florida. Send in the will and certificate of death to the […]

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Is Someone Interfering with Property Use? You May Have a Remedy Under Law

August 21, 2012

(US property law) When someone harms another person, through intentional or negligent acts, a tort occurs. It may include a criminal act, but it is not always the case. A tort is a claim brought by one person, the plaintiff, against another person, the defendant. The tort of conversion happens when someone intentionally interferes with […]

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David v Goliath: Property litigator required by gentleman in London

July 5, 2012

This blog is usually the domain of property law blog posts but this post is slightly different. Our contact is a gentleman seeking a lawyer in London to represent him in what he suggests may be a ‘David v Goliath’ case. Please find below the request and we would be grateful if you could pass […]

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