Since 1974, the attorneys at The Law Offices of Michael L. Abrams, P.A., have assisted their clientele in addressing their real estate needs, including negotiating Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions and assisting with the closings. We can assist you in exploring and explaining your legal options, guiding you through the legal process, and protecting your legal interests regarding your Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions and Closing needs.
The Law Offices of Michael L. Abrams, P.A., represents owners, as well as tenants, in all leasing matters, whether residential or commercial. Tenants and landlords have relied on our lawyers to draft, negotiate, and enforce Lease Agreements. There are numerous points, policies, rules, and addendums involved with every lease agreement. In Hollywood, Florida our team of attorneys will ensure you are fully informed on what you are signing and understand the ramifications should you or the other party break the lease agreement.
The Law Offices of Michael L. Abrams, P.A., represent tenants seeking reimbursement of their money not returned in a reasonable time, or kept for unjustifiable; as well as landlords needing defense of their actions. We make sure that our clients stay involved and continue to be informed during the entire deposit dispute process.
Evictions can be complicated to handle on your own whether you are the landlord or the tenant. Our Hollywood Florida lawyers are fully knowledgeable in both sides of the evection process. If you have questions regarding your rights in an eviction, we can help. There are many common concerns such as the following.
Due to tough economic times the real estate market, many homeowners in South Florida now face foreclosure. As a homeowner facing foreclosure, stress may continue to build everyday as banks apply pressure for you to make your mortgage payments. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Michael L. Abrams, P.A., are here to help relieve this stress and explain your options during the foreclosure process.
When you are having financial issues and cannot maintain the mortgage payments on your home in Hollywood FL and you owe more on the home than it is currently worth, you can attempt a short sale. This mean you will have to negotiate with the bank or mortgage lender to allow the sale of the home for what it is worth now, not what it was valued at during the time of purchase. This is not a decision that should be taken lightly, as it can have lasting effects on your credit and ability to rent or buy property in the future.