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Real Estate Attorney Miami | Oppenheim Law: Lawyer Options

Real Estate Attorney Miami | Oppenheim Law: Lawyer Options

Looking for a real estate attorney in Miami and don’t know what to look for? A quick Google search of “Real Estate Attorney Miami” with several results. But what kind of real estate actions do you want your attorney to perform? Miami real estate attorneys often practice in Broward counties, Miami Dade, West Palm beach as well as the entire state of Florida.

Real Estate Attorneys in Miami have a broad range such as:

Residential Real Estate Transactions for Buyers
Residential Real Estate Transactions for Sellers
Lender Representation
Real Estate Development
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial Landlord/Tenant
Commercial Loan Workouts
Home/Condo Owner’s Association Law
Tax Liens and Tax Deed Certificates
Breach of Real Estate Contracts
Real Estate Agent/Buyer-Seller Disputes
Real Estate Defense Law
Forged Deed & Loan Documents
Interpleader Litigation
Real Estate
Development

What Your Miami Real Estate Attorney Should Understand

Aside from the above aforementioned, you may want your attorney to understand:

  • Title insurance,
  • Associations and condominiums,
  • Lender representation,
  • Leasing 
  • Toxic mold.
  • As an example we will use a Fort Lauderdale based Law firm called Oppenheim Law.

    The Reputation Of Attorney

    Over the course of the past decade, Oppenheim Law has developed an outstanding reputation for providing sound legal advice to the real estate development community. The Firm has been involved with the development of office buildings, mixed-use projects, residential developments, retail projects, multi-family residential projects and industrial and warehouse properties. By getting involved early in the project, we typically are able to assist our clients in the due diligence phase of determining the feasibility of a project, providing the legal representation for the acquisition or sale of a project, as well as providing advice concerning financing, construction, and development of a particular project.

    This law firm has developed a reputation for representing numerous high-end home builders in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties.
    Over the years, the Firm has developed exceptional relationships with a variety of other service providers in the real estate community. Thus, the Firm is frequently in a position to recommend lenders, sources of equity, surveyors, environmental investigators, appraisers, architects, and engineers as well as other professionals that may be helpful in connection with a particular project. Finally, since the law firm is the oldest firm in the City of Weston, we frequently appear before the Weston City Commission on behalf of various developers in connection with their requests for approval of their projects.

    Oppenheim Law & Title Insurance

    The law firm, through its sister company Weston Title & Escrow, Inc., is a title agent for Chicago Title Insurance Company, Lawyers Title Insurance Company, Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund, and Commonwealth Title Insurance Company. The firm is typically one of the more active law firms in the greater Fort Lauderdale area in connection with the issuance of title insurance, and has been involved in more than 3 billion dollars’ worth of real estate transactions in the past 15 years.

    Weston Title is an approved title agent for virtually every major banking institution in the greater Fort Lauderdale area.
    Leasing

    Oppenheim Law regularly advises landlords of residential homes, office buildings and shopping malls and other commercial properties concerning their leasing needs. The Firm also represents tenants in connection with their lease negotiations with landlords.

    The Firm, from its inception, has represented a number of homeowner and condominium associations, including having formed the Homeowners Association of Weston and serving as that association’s general counsel. In addition, the Firm, during the course of the past several years, has served as counsel to other homeowner associations in the Weston and Bonaventure developments, including the Presidents’ Counsel of Bonaventure.Individual lawyers in the firm have served on the board of various homeowner associations and Mr. Oppenheim previously served as general counsel to the associations of the prestigious Arvida developed condominiums of Meisner Tower and Meisner Court located in Boca Raton, Florida. In addition, the firm has worked with a number of its clients in developing properties through the use of condominiums or Declarations of Covenants and Homeowner/Landowner Associations.

    Lender Representation

    The Firm takes a great pride in representing a number of major financial institutions in connection with their commercial and residential lending needs. Particularly, the firm is engaged in negotiating the appropriate documentation concerning securing assets such as real estate, personal property, stock, and other tangible and intangible property. The Firm regularly serves as title agent, providing title insurance to these financial institutions in connection with such transactions.

    Toxic Mold Representation

    Recently, new concerns have arisen to increase suspicion about toxic mold within many households and businesses. This potentially deadly toxic mold is also known as Stachybotrys or mycotoxins and can cause serious health effects.

    Symptoms Of Toxic Mold

    Some people are minimally affected; while other may encounter serious health conditions such as:

    respiratory problems
    nasal and sinus congestion
    memory loss
    dry cough
    sore throat
    chronic fatigue
    skin irritation
    headaches
    fever
    digestive problems

    Prevention

    To prevent toxic mold from contaminating your home or office, it is necessary to maintain a dry home or work place. Upon identification of dampness, it is necessary to get the building checked for air born mold spores and in-depth growth of mold within the walls, air conditioners or carpets.

    Qualified Attorneys

    Mold contamination is becoming an issue that requires particular skills of certain qualified attorneys. Particularly, lawyers who are familiar with real estate and construction issues as well as personal injury are most suited to handle mold-related claims.

    Why Oppenheim Law For Your Miami Real Estate Attorney

    For the past decade, Oppenheim Law has been involved with both real estate and construction-related issues as well as personal injury related matters. We are now offering our services to provide homebuilders with the proper guidance and know how to ensure that when a leak or water seepage issue arises, it is addressed properly and the likelihood of mold-related liability and injury can be minimized. In those cases where builders have not properly designed structures – thus allowing moisture to continue to seep into the structure, and thereby causing mold spores to spread – our Firm is prepared to look carefully at such cases to protect the consumer. The Firm has identified particular consultants and experts who are prepared to work with the law firm in addressing mold-related personal injuries.

    Real Estate Attorney Miami

    Oppenheim Law is located in Fort Lauderdale with convenient freeway access to better serve our real estate clients in Miami-Dade, Broward, WPB and the entire state of Florida.

    Oppenheim Law
    2500 Weston Rd #404,Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331
    954-384-6114
    Email: contactus@oplaw.net 
    Website: https://www.oppenheimlaw.com 

    About Roy:
    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.

    Weston Title: https://westontitle.com/ 

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