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Monthly Archives: August 2022


Why You Need To Take Florida HOA Disputes Seriously

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Most Florida homeowners have had to deal with an HOA dispute at one time or another. Oftentimes, these situations are quickly resolved without anyone needing to call a lawyer. But when things escalate, a homeowner must be prepared to assert their rights in court. Disagreement Over Unkempt Lawn Leads to Years of Litigation One… Read More »


What Happens When My Former Landlord Keeps Part Of My Security Deposit?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many residential leases require the tenant to pay a security deposit to the landlord. Florida has specific laws governing such deposits. Under Section 83.49 of the Florida Statutes, the landlord must hold the deposit money in a separate bank account or post a bond with a Florida circuit court guaranteeing the landlord’s compliance with… Read More »


Do You Need A Florida Revocable Living Trust?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Although the word “trust” are often associated with very wealthy individuals, the truth is that anyone can use a trust as part of their own estate planning. In particular, the revocable living trust is a popular tool for helping to distribute your assets without the need for formal probate after your death. While living… Read More »


How “Factoring Companies” Can Take Advantage Of Personal Injury Victims

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Personal injury cases are often resolved with the plaintiff–i.e., the person harmed by the defendant’s conduct–agreeing to what is known as a structured settlement. Basically, this means the defendant purchases an annuity contract that makes periodic payments to the plaintiff. The annuity is managed by a separate company from the defendant (or their insurer)…. Read More »