By: Barry L. Miller, Esq. Offices Orlando
Effective July 1, 2019
Last year, Florida’s documentary stamp tax was eliminated from interspousal conveyances of homestead property when the conveyance occurred and was recorded within 1 year from the date of the marriage. This year, the legislature amended the statute further to eliminate the one year requirement. The updated language reads as...Read More
By: Robert Garcia, Esq. of Barry L. Miller, P.A., Offices Orlando.
Are you thinking about buying a short term rental property? Do you currently own an investment property and want to make it a short term rental? As many landlords and property investors know, short term rentals can be lucrative source of income. Many times, short term rentals can generate two or three times what a...Read More
David Berman, Esq. of Barry L. Miller, P.A., Offices Orlando
Most real estate agents and brokers
are familiar with the seller disclosure requirements imposed by the Florida
Supreme Court case Johnson v. Davis,
480 So. 2d 625 (Fla. 1985), and if they are not, they should be. That case held that a seller of residential real estate
is required to disclose to a buyer all known facts...Read More
By: Christian C. Walters, Esq. of Barry L. Miller, P.A., Offices Orlando.
Nearly everyone is familiar with non-compete agreements. By definition, non-compete agreements place a restraint on the legal ability of another to engage in a trade or profession which competes with a former employer, contractor, or other business affiliation. Under Florida’s Antitrust Act of 1980—§ 542.335,...Read More
Orlando, FL, May 3, 2019 – The Closing Agent and Barry Miller Law are pleased to announce that Christian C. Walters has recently passed the Florida Bar Examination with both exceptional academic achievement and recognition by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners and members of the Judiciary.
Christian graduated summa cum laude as Valedictorian of his graduating class from the Barry...Read More