The 3-Step Guide To Filing A Florida Quiet Title Action

Thursday, July 18

In Florida, filing a Quiet Title Action successfully involves taking 3 steps. Read on to learn how this 3-step method works and how Jurado & Farshchian, P.L. can help you. Step 1: Title Search In order to begin the process, you will need to provide us with a copy of your Tax Deed that was ...


Important Details About Florida Probate Law You Need To Know

Wednesday, July 17

What is Florida Probate Law? When a person dies in Florida, the Probate process helps ensure that his or her debts, taxes, loans, and other expenses are properly paid, and assists with the distribution of the remaining assets to the beneficiaries listed in the decedent’s Will. There are two type...


7 Things You Need To Know About Quiet Title Actions In Florida

Monday, July 15

When it comes to title issues, Quiet Title Actions can sometimes be the only way to clean up the mess. Here are 7 things every homeowner, real estate buyer, or seller needs to know about the process of filing a Quiet Title Action in the State of Florida. 1 – What is the Definition of “Title”?  ...


All You Need To Know About Making A Will In Florida

Thursday, July 11

Why Do I need a Florida Last Will and Testament?In essence, a last will and testamentcan help you protect both your property and your family when you are no longer around. In Florida, you can use a will to do the following: Leave your assets to people or organizations;Appoint a personal guardian ...


Landlords Sued For Refusing To Rent To Felons

Tuesday, July 09

.On May 20, 2019, a landlord in Orlando was negotiating with a potential renter who mentioned he had a felony conviction on his record. Upon hearing this, the landlord instantly turned down the application, stating that he “does not rent to felons.” A few days later, the potential client sued the...


Florida Probate Administration – What You Need To Know

Monday, July 08

When a resident of Florida passes away, a Florida court must, in most cases, review and administer that person’s estate through a process known as Probate.Depending on the nature of the estate, it can go through either Formal Administration or Summary Administration. Generally, Formal Probate Adm...