Real Estate Attorney Tampa, Florida
From Clearwater & St. Petersburg to Tampa, to Lakeland & Orlando. We Serve all of Central Florida. Est. 2007.
When choosing a Tampa Real Estate Attorney or a Tampa Estate Planning Attorney in Florida, it's always important to choose a lawyer with knowledge and experience of the technicalities and nuances of Florida Real Estate and Estate Planning Laws. We pride ourselves on being meticulous and thorough, while remaining friendly and approachable to our clients. We are never too busy for our clients. Let us prove to you that we care about you and your case. Please browse our practice areas below or in the menu above to see if we handle your type of case. You can also submit your case for us to review below.
At Peart Law Office, P.A. we have handled every case imaginable this area of law, all over The Tampa Bay Area and Central Florida, since we opened our doors in 2007. Some of the issues that we handle are:
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Association Disputes & Litigation - What is an HOA?
A Homeowners' Association is an organization comprised of many homeowners in a neighborhood, that is tasked with day to day enforcement of rules and regulations set in place by the owners, for the benefit of the neighborhood and individual owners.
Boundary Disputes & Litigation - What is a boundary?
A Boundary is a line that divides two real properties. Disputes arise from boundary rights and duties with respect to neighboring or abutting property owners, who either fail to abide by their duties or abuse their rights.
Cloud on Title or Title Defects - What is a title defect?
A title defect is an error or omission on a deed that prevents a title from being marketable. A title defect or a cloud on title is a roadblock that must be overcome in order to get a clean title.
Commercial and Residential Property Disputes - What is the difference between a commercial and a residential property?
Commercial properties are mainly used for business activities, while residential properties are used as single family or multifamily structures, used solely for occupation or non-business purposes. Commercial and Residential property laws vary wildly and commercial disputes are usually comprised of leasing and permit disputes, while residential property issues run the gamut of disagreements.
Construction Disputes (Contractors & Owners) - What is a construction dispute?
A construction dispute is a disagreement between a contractor (or builder) and an owner, who are contractually bound to a project, with regards to the duties and obligations of either party. Both contractors and owners bound by construction contracts seek legal representation for job performance, collections, liens and foreclosures. When all amicable avenues fail, you will need to hire an experienced construction attorney to represent you.
Drafting of Deeds - How many types of Deeds are there in Florida?
Easement Disputes & Litigation - What is an Easement?
An easement is a public or private right of way through private property. Disputes arise when rights are abused or duties are neglected.
Foreclosure Avoidance & Defense - Who can foreclose on a house?
Three parties can foreclose on real property: Government Agencies, Lenders and Contractors. All three hire attorneys to foreclose on real property. See how a Tampa Foreclosure Defense Attorney can help you.
Foreclosures by Individuals and Small Businesses - Can I foreclose?
If you own a mortgage on real property and the mortgagor is delinquent on their payments you can typically foreclose after 90 days of delinquency.
Partitions - What is a partition action?
A partition action is a law suit seeking the forced sale of real property for the benefit of all joint owners.
Purchase or Sale of Real Property - Do I need an attorney to sell my home?
No you do not, but you do not need a realtor either. A Real Estate Attorney will usually cost half of what a realtor charges to sell your home. FSBO (For Sale By Owner) sellers will usually just hire a Real Estate Lawyer instead.
Quiet Title Suits - What is a quiet title suit?
A Quiet Title Suit is a law suit seeking to clear any clouds off of a deed. It usually involves removing deceased prior owners or family members from a deed.
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If your organization is in need of a Business Lawyer, we've got you covered. From contract review or creation to litigation, we have the experience you need for your business to succeed!
We represent businesses and organizations of all shapes and sizes in an array of industries and areas of commerce. Some of the issues we handle in Business Law are:
It's never too early to plan your estate! If you need a Tampa Estate Planning Attorney that has reasonable prices and customized plans for each client, call us today!
We offer Customized Estate Planning Packages that fit every budget. Click on the link below for more information about Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts & Estates.
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Apollo Beach, Balm, Beach Park, Bloomingdale, Bloomingdale Hills, Brandon, Carrollwood Village, Cory Lake Isles, Culbreath, Davis Island, Dover, Fishhawk, Fishhawk Ranch, Gibsonton, Golf View, Heritage Harbor, Harbour Island, Hillsborough Golf and Country Club, Hunters Green, Lithia, Lutz, Mango, New Tampa, Orient Park, Parkland Estates, Plant City, Riverside Riverview, Ruskin, Seffner, Sun City, Sun City Center, Sunset Park, Tampa, Tampa Palms, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa, Valrico, Valhalla, Virginia Park, West Chase, Wimauma, Winthrop & Ybor City.
Belleair, Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore, Clearwater, Dunedin, Gulfport, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Largo, Madeira Beach, North Redington Beach, Oldsmar, Pinellas Park, Redington Beach, Safety Harbor, Seminole, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach, St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Treasure Island & Ozona.
Bayonet Point, Beacon Point, Dade City, Elfers, Gulf Harbors, Holiday, Hudson, Lacoochee, Land O' Lakes, New Port Richey, Odessa, Port Richey, San Antonio, Shady Hills, St. Leo, Trinity, Wesley Chapel & Zephyrhills.
Aripeka, Bayport, Brookridge, Brooksville, Garden Grove, Hernando Beach, High Point, Hill 'n Dale, Istachatta, Lake Lindsey, Masaryktown, Nobleton, North Brooksville, North Weeki Wachee, Pine Island, Ridge Manor, South Brooksville, Spring Hill, Spring Lake, Timber Pines, Weeki Wachee, Weeki Wachee Gardens & Wiscon.
Auburndale, Babson Park, Bartow, Combee Settlement, Crooked Lakes, Cypress Lake, Cypress Gardens, Davenport, Dundee, Eagle Lake, Fort Meade, Four Corners, Frostproof, Fussels Corner, Gibsonia, Haines City, Highland City, Highland Park, Hillcrest Heights, Inwood, Jan Phyl Village, Kathleen, Lakeland Highlands, Lakeland, Lakeshore, Lake Wales, Medulla, Mountain Lake, Mulberry, Nalcrest, Pittsburg, Poinciana, Polk City, Wahneta, Waverly, Willow Oak, Winston & Winter Haven.
Anna Maria, Bayshore Gardens, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Cedar Hammock, Cortez, Duette, Ellenton, Elwood Park, Fort Hamer, Gillette,Holmes Beach, Lake Manatee, Lakewood Ranch, Longboat Key, Manhattan, Marsh Island, Memphis, Myakka City, Oneco, Oak Knoll, Palm View,Palma Sola, Palmetto, Parrish, Rutland, Rye, Samoset, South Bradenton, Tara, Terra Ceia, Verna, Village of the Arts, Ward Lake, Waterbury, West Bradenton, West Samoset & Whitfield.
Casey Key, Engelwood, Longboat Key, Manasota Beach, Miakka, Nokomis Beach, North Port, North Sarasota, Osprey, Pinecraft, Sarasota, Sarasota Heights, Siesta Key, Venice, Venice Beach & Venice Gardens.
AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES
Charlotte County, Citrus County, DeSoto County, Highlands County, Lake County, Lee County, Madison County, Manatee County, Orange County, Osceola County & Sumter County.
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