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Blog Posts in December, 2011

It's The Law: Condo Can Force Access To Apartments

Question: We are having trouble with an owner in our condominium who will not allow the association to enter his unit for repairs. How can we force the owner to cooperate? Answer: Your problem is not ...
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It's the Law: A Contract is Unenforceable Without Mutual Obligation

Question: I made an offer to buy a bank owned property. The bank sent back the contract with a lengthy addendum. The addendum includes a clause that says the bank can accept other offers and can ...
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It's The Law: Estate Tax Change is Huge

Question:I heard there is a new federal law that changes estate tax laws. Is that true and, if so, should I see my attorney about my will? Answer:Big changes were made to estate tax law when the 2010 ...
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It's The Law: Adopted Children Are Legally The Same As Children Born To The Adopting Parent

Question: My wife and I recently adopted a child. Will our adopted child be treated legally just like our other children? Answer: Chapter 63 of Florida Statutes governs adoptions. That chapter not ...
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It's The Law: Alimony Might Not Be Forever

Q: I got divorced a while back and was ordered by the Judge to pay my ex-wife alimony. Since my divorce, my ex-wife got a new job and makes a lot of money. She has also been living with a man for a ...
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