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Postnuptial Agreements In Florida: Pausing Before Divorce

By HD Law Partners |

More and more people are considering entering into a postnuptial agreement – also known as a reconciliation contract – in order to take a pause before moving forward with divorce, especially in states like Florida, where the law does not provide an avenue for formal, legal separation. To be clear, a postnuptial agreement is… Read More »


Homeowners’ Associations & Dues

By HD Law Partners |

When it comes to monthly dues and homeowners’ associations, questions come up frequently; both from executives dealing with homeowners who aren’t paying yearly dues; and from homeowners wondering whether there are circumstances that allow them to withhold monthly dues. When it comes to homeowners’ dues, property managers, presidents, and other executives have a fiduciary… Read More »


Landlords & Homeowners Association Dealing With Objectionable Conduct

By HD Law Partners |

There have been a number of disputes around the country of late between landlords and homeowners associations and tenants/homeowners of late over what rights homeowners have to display particular items; for example, flags that others may find offensive. As a result, we thought we would provide some background on what rights both landlords and… Read More »


Grounds For The Termination Of Parental Rights In Florida

By HD Law Partners |

The law favors keeping families together as long as it is in the best interest of the child. In this regard, only very specific actions can lead to the termination of parental rights in states like Florida, actions such as: Written Surrender Parents can voluntarily execute a written surrender of a child and consent… Read More »


“Bare Walls” Or Full Insurance Coverage for Homeowners Associations: A Discussion

By HD Law Partners |

When it comes to running a homeowners association or condominium and all of the upkeep and operations associated with these types of properties, it is important to understand the ins and outs of insurance coverage and liability. For example, “bare walls” insurance plans are often discussed in associations that want to limit the cost… Read More »


Battle Emerges Over Arbitration Clauses in Business Contracts with Consumers

By HD Law Partners |

Many are concerned about the new arbitration rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which is set to go into effect in September. The rule would prohibit consumers from agreeing to use arbitration to remedy any disputes they have with credit card companies and banks. As a result, in July, the U.S. Senate… Read More »


Retirement Planning During Divorce

By HD Law Partners |

For many who are contemplating a divorce, the thought of what might happen to your retirement savings as a result is beyond harrowing. What’s going to happen to our home, expenses, medical insurance? While these details can sometimes be overwhelming, an experienced divorce attorney who regularly works on family law cases can help advise… Read More »


What Is The Covenant Of Quiet Enjoyment, And Why Is It Important To Landlords?

By HD Law Partners |

Nothing is perhaps more effective in ensuring that there is a smooth relationship between landlords and tenants than carefully drafting and negotiating the contract that governs that relationship and the rights that each party has. One of those terms includes the terms of “enjoyment” covenant, also known as a covenant of quiet enjoyment. This… Read More »


5 Steps to Filing Your Insurance Claim

By HD Law Partners |

With Hurricane Irma quickly approaching Florida, Wind and storm damage will likely occur.  If you become the victim of storm and flood damage, you will need to file a claim with your insurance company to start the recovery process.  You pay a lot of money for your insurance so it makes sense that if… Read More »


New Florida House Bill Signed Into Law Affects Homeowners Associations and Condos

By HD Law Partners |

On June 14th, Florida House Bill 398—affecting condominium and homeowners associations—was signed into law. It is important to note how the legislation expands the scope of the current statutory provision and affects estoppel certificates. Specifically, the bill revises requirements relating to the issuance of an estoppel certificate to certain individuals, requiring a condominium and/or… Read More »

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