In your contract/agreement with your contractor, you can stipulate that he/she is responsible and must provide all releases of lien. ...Read More
A construction or mechanics lien is valid for one (1) year, unless a lienor files a lawsuit to enforce the...Read More
A lien filed by an unlicensed contractor, subcontractor, or sub-subcontractor is not valid; see §713.02(7), Florida Statutes, which states that...Read More
Have you allowed a friend or family member to stay in your home for a certain amount of time, with...Read More
The Deed to Our Home Is In My Spouse’s Name, but I Am On the Mortgage – Am I Responsible to Pay the Mortgage After the Divorce?
We often hear this question during divorce proceedings, particularly when minor children are involved. There are two primary things to...Read More
We Have Two Children and Are Getting a Divorce. How Much Child Support Will I Have to Pay to My Former Spouse?
In Florida, it is not only public policy, but state law that both parents of minor children are to provide...Read More
At Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A., we fully understand that you feel shocked, hurt, betrayed and angry. We...Read More
This is far from an unusual situation. You may or may not be the father of the child. However, if...Read More