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Do Real Estate Lawyers Go To Court?

Do Real Estate Lawyers Go To Court?
A crazy question we get sometimes is, do real estate attorneys go to court? And so, no, they’re real estate attorneys. They don’t go to court.

Well, let me tell you a little story. Before the economic crisis of 10 years ago, I would have said, “No, real estate attorneys do not go to court typically.” Well, today many real estate attorneys are very familiar with going to court, because they’ve had to go to court to defend their friends, their family, their clients. In foreclosure defenses, that just, you know, literally became almost like a cancer in this nation, you know, in the past decade.

Should Real Estate Attorneys Know How To Go To Court?

And so, today, my feeling is, any good real estate attorney should feel comfortable going to court. They should know how to go to court, they should not be going to court for the first time, and they should be comfortable at the courthouse. Should they be going to court every day? No, but the idea that you just have a real estate attorney who doesn’t understand the legal system or the court system, I think those days, to a large extent, are over because of what happened during the economic crisis, the Great Recession of the past decade.

So, the answer is, good real estate attorneys should know how to go to court.

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Roy Oppenheim is a sought-after legal expert on issues relating to real estate, real estate litigation and commercial litigation. In 2009, he started the South Florida Law Blog to address the real estate market and foreclosure crisis. The Blog has been voted the best business and technology blog by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Mr. Oppenheim has been a contributor to Yahoo! Homes, featured on HuffPost Live, FOX News, and Lifetime TV, and quoted in prominent national publications, including USA Today, The New York Times, Huffington Post, WSJ, US News and World Report, The Financial Times, the National Law Journal,Florida Bar News, Sun Sentitnel and Miami Herald. Most recently, Mr. Oppenheim hosted an Ask Me Anything on Real Estate on Reddit. Mr. Oppenheim has also co-authored two law review articles: Deconstructing The Black Magic of Securitized Trusts, and The Emperor’s New Clothes.

Mr. Oppenheim founded Oppenheim Law, one of South Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1989 with his wife Ellen Pilelsky, and, in 1994, he co-founded Weston Title & Escrow, a trusted South Florida real estate title company whose multilingual staff provides personal, concierge style service in the areas of real estate closings, title insurance, title searches and escrow services.

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