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Hiring a Lawyer Can Help Protect Your Interests in Real Estate Transactions

Updated: Nov 20, 2020



When it comes to buying or selling real estate, the stakes are pretty high. Because of the

money at stake and the complications that can arise, it is important for those buying or selling real estate in Florida to protect themselves during real estate transactions.


The Law Office of Stewart A. Merkin has years of experience in dealing with real estate

transactions on behalf of the buyer or the seller. We will draft a sales agreement, review and help negotiate mortgage documents and expertly negotiate certain sticking points that may also need legal intervention. For example, if a poor inspection occurred, there may be specific repairs or items that need to be negotiated if the transaction is to continue.


The success of real estate transactions depends on a number of variables. Small issues

can arise that may lengthen the process, or a major issue may derail the whole

transaction altogether. The support and guidance of a legal professional who has

experience dealing with real estate transactions can be necessary to ensure the rights of

a buyer or seller are protected throughout the process.


Mr. Merkin is an AV peer review-rated lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell, who has

been practicing law in Miami, Florida since 1974. His practice specializes in real estate

transactions, corporate and business law, representing startups, mergers and

acquisitions, international transactions and nonprofit corporations.  For more

information on our services, give us a call today.

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