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How Can I Sue a Company for Telephone Harassment?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many companies use the so-called robocalls and automatic telephone dialing systems (autodialers) to call consumers and provide unsolicited information, advertisement, or even threaten them with legal action (this often happens when dealing with a debt collection company). However, there is a fine line between permissible telemarketing calls and telephone harassment. Under the Telephone Consumer… Read More »


A Step-by-Step Guide for Closing a Florida Business

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Closing their company is difficult for any business owner, especially if you have spent a significant amount of time, energy, and money into building it from scratch. However, when it is no longer profitable to operate your business, dissolution may be the only viable option. Contrary to popular belief, it is not that easy… Read More »


How Can I Sue for Illegal Use of My Trademark in Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In the modern era, intellectual property has a significant influence on brands’ reputation and sales. Trademarks are one of the elements of intellectual property that make a brand distinguishable from the competition. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to see other individuals or companies using your trademark illegally. When this happens, you need to understand… Read More »


What Are the Best Alternatives to Business Litigation in Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Disputes are an inevitable part of doing business. When you are facing a business dispute, it is essential to hire an experienced business litigation attorney in Florida to represent the best interests of your company. Contrary to popular belief, filing a lawsuit may not be the most effective and productive way to resolve disagreements… Read More »


What to Do if My Landlord Refuses to Return a Security Deposit?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Most landlords require a security deposit in addition to the first month’s rent. While collecting a security deposit, which is a refundable sum of money, is standard practice when renting apartments, houses, or commercial properties in Florida, there are instances when landlords refuse to return a security deposit after a tenant moves out. If… Read More »


Can You Sue a Landlord for Discrimination When Screening Tenants?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

If you think that your prospective landlord discriminated against you when “screening” you or reviewing your application, you could sue them for discrimination in housing. Landlords can legally screen potential tenants, but they must follow all applicable federal, state, and local discrimination laws. If you believe that your landlord discriminated against you, consult with… Read More »


Can I Disinherit My Spouse or Children in Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Deciding to disinherit your spouse, children, grandchildren, or other family members never comes easy. But does Florida law even allow you to remove your spouse or children from an estate plan? That depends on whether you want to disinherit your spouse entirely and how old your children are. It is essential to consult with… Read More »


Can My Mortgage Lender Refile a Dismissed Foreclosure Case in Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

If your foreclosure case was dismissed by the court, you might wonder whether your mortgage lender can refile the case after the dismissal. Whether or not your lender can restart a dismissed foreclosure case depends on several factors. It is advised to consult with a skilled foreclosure defense lawyer in Bradenton to help you… Read More »


How Do HOA or COA Foreclosures Work in Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

If you own a house or condo as part of a homeowners’ association (HOA) or condominium association (COA) in Florida, the association probably collects monthly dues and special assessments. If you fail to pay dues and assessments on time, the association could obtain a lien on your property or even initiate a foreclosure process…. Read More »


How Can I Get Out of a Lease Without Penalty?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Most lease agreements are signed as fixed-term rental leases. The lease states the duration of the tenancy, which is usually one year. Moving out or getting out of a lease before the expiration of the fixed term may lead to serious consequences, such as continuing to pay rent due until the end of the… Read More »