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15 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Bankruptcy Under Chapter 7

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

Filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 as an individual or business is a process that requires planning, preparation and active participation along the way. Mistakes before or during the process can prove costly—and, in many cases, they can lead to denial of the debtor’s petition in its entirety. As a debtor seeking relief under… Read More »

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5 Issues That Can Lead to Denial of a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

When you file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, the outcome of your filing is not a foregone conclusion. While many people have the perception that they can expect to simply file and receive a fresh start (largely due to misleading advertisements from non-law firm servicers), this is not the case. Filing for bankruptcy under… Read More »

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

Filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a viable solution for many businesses that are struggling to pay their debts as they come due. Unlike filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which typically results in liquidation, filing under Chapter 11 allows businesses to continue operating under a “reorganized” debt structure. If you are considering a Chapter… Read More »

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for Business Owners: When (and How) Do You Qualify?

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

As a business owner, you take calculated risks. You make decisions that you think will help drive your business to success, but success is far from guaranteed. The current economic conditions have hit many small and medium-sized business owners particularly hard, and many are struggling despite making decisions that likely would have led to… Read More »

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12 Key Lease Terms for Florida Real Estate Investors

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

For many real estate investors in Florida, maintaining tenant occupancy is the key to a profitable investment. But, while investors may be anxious to get renters into their properties, they need to be careful to ensure that they have sound lease agreements first. Rushing into a rental arrangement with a poorly drafted lease can… Read More »

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Should You File for a “Small Business” Bankruptcy Under Chapter 11?

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

Enacted in 2019, the federal Small Business Reorganization Act (SMRA) established special procedures for small businesses seeking to reorganize their debts under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. As explained in Business Law Today shortly after the SBRA’s enactment, “the act lowers costs and streamlines the plan confirmation process to better enable small… Read More »

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Commercial Lease Evictions: What Do Florida Landlords (and Tenants) Need to Know?

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

With record inflation and fears of an economic recession causing financial problems for all types of businesses, commercial lease evictions are on the rise. While commercial tenants do not enjoy all of the same statutory protections as residential tenants in Florida, the Florida Statutes still impose certain restrictions on when commercial lessors can evict… Read More »

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7 Landlord/Tenant Laws that Real Estate Investors Need to Know About

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

When investing in rental properties in Florida, real estate investors need to ensure that they have a clear and comprehensive understanding of the laws that govern the landlord/tenant relationship. If investors do not have an adequate understanding of these laws, not only can they encounter unexpected issues that limit the value of their investment,… Read More »

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Getting the Deal Done: Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer to Complete a Real Estate Deal?

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

Buying, selling or leasing a piece of real estate entails legal risks under any circumstances. Whether you are selling an investment property, buying a home, or leasing or acquiring facilities for your business, you can run into a host of problems if you aren’t careful. Of course, it is possible for a real estate… Read More »

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Quiet Title Litigation

By Edelboim Lieberman Revah |

We Represent Parties in Quiet Title Litigation in South Florida When two or more parties claim competing ownership interests in a piece of real estate in South Florida, quiet title litigation provides a means to resolve their dispute. Filing an action to quiet title affords access to a judicial resolution; and, while this resolution… Read More »

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