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If you have a green card and stay out of the U.S. for an extended period of time, you could risk losing you residency status. Legal Permanent Residents (green card holders) can be considered to have abandoned their permanent resident status if they move to another country intending to stay their permanently or remain out … Read more

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The real estate closing process in Florida customarily follows a series of steps. As a result, even the simplest transaction can take between 30-45 days to close. Once the buyer and seller of a property have agreed to an offer, it is drafted in writing, signed by the buyer and seller, and an initial escrow … Read more

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Tags: Florida Real Estate

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Clarity Whether you’re going to buy groceries or hiring an attorney, costs and fees are always a concern. That is why we at Boyer Law Firm insist on a written fee agreement with you, the client. We have hourly, contingency and flat fee rates, and we offer convenient online payments with Visa, MasterCard, and Paypal. … Read more

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The diminished value of the U.S. Dollar is still offering the opportunity to make money for foreigners who invest in real estate in Florida. With the rise in short-sales and foreclosures, foreign investors are able to buy properties for a low cost. Investors are able to buy a multi-family home for the cost of an … Read more

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Tags: Florida Real Estate | International Law

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Florida Registered Agent

Posted on November 20, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

All companies in Florida, whether they be corporations, LLCs, Limited Partnerships, etc., are required by law to designate and maintain a registered agent. Failing to do so can result in civil sanctions such as fines or loss of incorporation. A registered agent acts as the company’s representative for receiving Service of Process of important documents, … Read more

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Tags: Business Law in Florida

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E-commerce is the term for any business or commercial transaction that takes place across the internet. There are different categories of e-commerce, which include “virtual storefronts” (like amazon.com); the gathering and exchange of demographic data; data exchange, such as email, between businesses for the use of reaching perspective clients and establishing customers; and buying and … Read more

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Tags: Business Law in Florida

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Debt Collection Scams

Posted on November 14, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

There are many debt collection scams going on across the country. Allied Litigation Group, a company that claims to be based out of Houston, Texas, has been named a phony debt collection agency by the Better Business Bureau. It is only one of the debt collection scams affecting people nationwide. Complaints against the “company” have … Read more

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Tags: Debt Collection under Florida law

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Will Executors

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

The death of a loved one is always a traumatic event, and as the will executor, making decisions regarding their will and estate can make the process that much more difficult. If you have been appointed as the fiduciary of a will, or a will executor, then you have a legal obligation to settle the deceased’s … Read more

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Tags: Estate Planning for Florida | Florida Probate & Inheritance

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As we become a more “globalized” world, international trade is becoming more popular and more important, especially in the small business world. E-commerce and logistics have allowed Florida small businesses to more easily reach the 96% of consumers who reside outside of the U.S. By creating a business in Florida and exporting goods and services … Read more

Tags: Import/Export

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Starting TODAY, for the first time ever, borrowers, in Florida and across the U.S., who have never missed a mortgage payment will be able to short sell their houses if they can demonstrate a hardship, such as loss of employment or the death of a spouse. This new rule will allow for underwater homeowners to … Read more

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