Real Estate Law regulates all aspects of property transactions, from buying, selling or leasing property to development, land use, construction and title matters. Litigation is often required when there are disputes over land sales, financial or insurance matters, and usage or construction performance. In Jacksonville, FL, people who need experienced litigators to handle their case come to Barker Law, the law firm recognized for top quality legal work in this area of law practice.
Mike provides his title insurance and escrow services through his multi-state licensed title agency, Attorneys’ Title Services, LLC www.attorneystitleservices.us (ATS). ATS handles all aspects of title insurance and closings, residential re-sales, commercial re-sales, builder development transactions, residential and commercial re-finances, title curative, and all aspects of default related title services including title search reports throughout the United Stated and REO closings. Additionally, the team at ATS can be relied on as a strategic partner in forming your own compliant joint venture title operation for increased vertical integration of your organization.
At Barker Law, in Jacksonville, FL, our litigators have specific experience in all areas of Business & Commercial Litigation. We provide complete legal services in this area of law practice, and are proud of our stellar record of wins for our business and commercial clients.
As a Board Certified Specialist in Construction Law as designated by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization, I am prepared to handle any issue arising out of or relating to construction projects, including but not limited to, contract preparation, payment and performance disputes, lien and bond claims, and defect claims.
Landlords rely on their tenants to abide by the contracts they sign when they agree to rent a unit. Unfortunately, in some cases, tenants don’t uphold their end of the agreement. When this occurs, eviction is often necessary. If you are involved in eviction proceedings, it is best to consult an experienced attorney who understands landlord/tenant law in the state of Florida.
Depending on the circumstances, it is common for a probate proceeding to be commenced after a loved one or family member passes away. Probate is the process under which the court supervises and governs the administration and management of decedent’s probate assets. The type of probate administration depends on the value of the decedent’s probate…