In part 1, we confirmed that for LLCs with more than one member, the sole remedy available to the judgment creditor of a member is a charging order. The charging order is more than a judgment; it is more than a lien; it must be entered by the court. It […]
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It made sense to you – create an entity, an LLC, to protect you from personal liability. If your business gets sued, you may have insurance in place to protect you against the claim. But even if there is no insurance coverage for the particular claim, then the judgment would […]
For the first time in their history, the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, the Home Builders Association of West Florida, Inc. and the Pensacola Association of Realtors hosted a joint meeting for the purpose of providing a forum for a presentation by Dr. Rick Harper. The three business groups jointly […]
A March 11, 2018 story in the Pensacola News Journal involving two sisters who inherited their childhood home from their mother in 2002 may have lost their property due to a clerical error. Records indicate the Lot purchased by their mother in 1947 as 216 Louis Street but indicated the […]
We all own different types of insurance – home, car, health, life. While these policies all cover different things, they share one fundamental quality: these policies address risks, accidents, or calamities that may happen in the future. Title insurance, on the other hand, is unique in that it covers risks […]
Last night at the Greater Pensacola Chamber‘s 58th Annual PACE Awards our very own Brigadier General Michael L. Ferguson received the Pioneer Award. Thank you, General Ferguson for your service to this nation, state, and community!
For commercial property owners, much of the attention this tax season has been on changes to federal law under the GOP tax bill passed late last year. But changes in Florida law will also impact how much commercial owners will pay in taxes going forward. Specifically, the state sales tax […]
Stephen R. Moorhead first received his board certification in real estate law in 1992 and was recently re-certified for an additional 5 years. Florida offers 26 specialty areas for board certification, more than any other state. Of the lawyers eligible to practice law in Florida, 7 percent – approximately 4,800 […]
Adverse Possession is a Real Legal Concept While many people wonder whether reports about people gaining ownership rights to land under “squatter’s rights” are true, adverse possession is an actual legal doctrine under which a person can acquire valid title to real property owned by someone else. Some of the […]