Miami and Fort Lauderdale Commercial and Real Estate Litigation
Tables Law Group, P.A.
At Tables Law Group, P.A., we apply our business knowledge and experience to deliver comprehensive legal services in an innovative and cost-effective manner. The Firm provides the highest quality legal representation to its clients in both litigation and transactional matters. We believe that it is our business to serve our clients, whether they are entrepreneurs, developers, commercial real estate owners, shareholders or corporations. By focusing on each client’s goals, we are able to tailor our services to his or her needs and ensure that each client receives personal attention, sophisticated representation and value from our services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between transactional law and litigation?
In general, transactional law refers to the drafting and negotiating of legal documents such as contracts for the purchase of real property or a business, leases, employment agreement. In addition, transactional law involves the formation of business entities such as corporations or limited liability companies. Litigation is the act or process of bringing or contesting a legal action in a court of law. This legal process usually involves one individual or entity who has filed a lawsuit against another individual or entity. The firm handles both litigation and transactional law.
What is Probate?
Probate is a court-supervised process for identifying and gathering the assets of a deceased person (decedent), paying the decedent’s debts, and distributing the decedent’s assets to his or her beneficiaries. In general, the decedent’s assets are used first to pay the cost of the probate proceeding, then are used to pay the decedent’s outstanding debts, and the remainder is distributed to the decedent’s beneficiaries. The Florida Probate Code is found in Chapters 731 through 735 of the Florida Statutes, and the rules governing Florida probate proceedings are found in the Florida Probate Rules, Part I and Part II (Rules 5.010-5.530).
There are two types of probate administration under Florida law: formal administration and summary administration. This pamphlet will primarily discuss formal administration.
There is also a non-court supervised administration proceeding called “Disposition of Personal Property Without Administration.” This type of administration applies only in limited circumstances.
What areas of law fall under the category of commercial litigation?
We practice in personal injury and commercial litigation, with an emphasis on complex contractual matters and mass tort litigation.