Legal Advice vs. Legal Information

Legal advice is one thing, legal information is another. A preprinted form approved by the Florida Board of Realtors, a child support guideline worksheet or an approved online full-text version […]

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What is your RESPA-onsibility?

The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, commonly referred to as RESPA was enacted to curb unethical practices and consumer abuse in real estate settlement charges. The focus of this law […]

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Reasons Why You Need a Real Estate Attorney When Selling a Home

Do you need representation when selling your home? Real Estate Transactions are complex and while it might be possible to sell a property without a real estate agent or an […]

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Asset Protection

When you visualize “asset protection” do you think about hiding money in your mattress? Maybe offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands? Or do you simply think it doesn’t apply to […]

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Hurricane Preparedness for Business, Property, and Estate

It is that time of year again, this week is National Hurricane Preparedness week and believe it or not June 1 marks the start of hurricane season. As Floridians, we […]

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Navigating Real Estate Trends

Summer is fast approaching – days get longer, temperatures rise and the real estate market SIZZLES. Summer is historically the busiest time of the year for home sales in Central […]

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Selling Your Home to a Family Member: Tips You Should Follow

There’s a very popular and old saying, “Don’t mix business with family.” It was created for a reason. Deciding to go through the process of selling your home is one […]

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New Year’s Resolution to Get Your Legal Life in Order

Happy New Year! The Kendrick Law Group has some tips and suggestions to promote your individual success and the success of your business in 2018! Don’t try to do it […]

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What Rights Do Tenants Have After A Natural Disaster?

Hurricane Irma is gone but the widespread damage in her wake has homeowners and renters questioning what to do next. Who is responsible for repairs? What happens if the property […]

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