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August 10, 2009 By Legal Expert Connections, Inc.
A client recently confided that he discovered the need for search engine marketing only after he built a new web site. Expecting that "if you build it, they will come," this sophisticated international attorney was surprised to learn that launching a new web site is only the first step in the continual effort to get business over the Internet.
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August 9, 2009 By Brian C. Vertz
Experience and training in MBA techniques may help you to resolve the complex financial and business issues that arise in divorce litigation, including division of marital property, professional practices, business valuation, executive compensation, child support, spousal support, alimony, settlements and prenuptial agreements.
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Restructuring Bank Operations, Practices, and Procedures to Comply with the Requirements of Cease and Desist Orders and Banking Laws and Regulations.
Protecting your rights as a buyer through specific performance
Everybody loves to save money. Surprisingly, the Florida constitution and statutes provide an excellent opportunity to own your home and save property taxes at the same time.
The early settlers used to homestead land by building a home, and staking the land boundaries. In present day Florida, we do things differently. To homestead property we first purchase the property, which has already been staked, and then we move in. If only this was all there is to the concept of homesteading, a word that is the source of more questions, and more confusion, than any other in Florida real estate law.
What you may find, though, is a letter in your mailbox from an individual who owned your property 40 years ago, informing you that he not only owns the mineral rights below the surface of your land, but also, that he has the rights to dig on your land for those minerals (called rights of entry). This letter may go further on to state that for a mere $800 he will release those rights of entry in your favor. Could it happen here? Let’s look at some facts...
The Florida peninsula is bordered on the East by the Atlantic and on the West and South by the Gulf. Together with its rivers, and approximately 30,000 lakes, Florida truly is a land where there is “water, water everywhere.” People frequently ask me who owns these different bodies of water, whether the general public has an unlimited right to use them for recreational purposes, how to access them, and the rights of the landowners abutting them.