How Has Florida Improved Its Election Law

Florida—a state that has had its fair share of election recounts. Joseph S. Van de Bogart, Esq. of Van de Bogart Law, P.A. has experienced firsthand the inconvenience caused by such events to members of the electorate and voters alike as the results of elections are held in limbo.

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Florida Real Estate Transactions: What Happens to the Escrow Deposit If a Real Estate Deal Falls Through?

An escrow deposit is a good faith gesture made by the buyer to the seller, indicating the buyer is serious about purchasing the property. Once the funds are deposited, the money should not be removed by the escrow agent holding the funds without the buyer and the seller’s written consent.

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You’ve Received a Judgment. Now What?

Your attorney has been working hard to obtain a judgment against the person who owes you money. The final judgment is entered, and the Court orders that the opposing party pay you a specific amount.

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