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The Basics of a 1031 Exchange and The Different Kinds of 1031 Exchanges

At some point in your life, you may either encounter some money or work your tail off to make enough money in order to start purchasing real estate for investment purposes. Whether it is a single-family house, condominium, office building, or a plaza, one thing these properties all have in common is that they are types of properties that a…

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What Is A Motion to Determine Rent And How Is It Used As A Delay Tactic?

Your tenant is behind on the rent and fees for multiple months, you finally decide to retain Makris Legal, P.A. to start the eviction process to remove the tenant from the property. The Complaint has been filed, the tenant has been served with the Complaint and the issued summons, and now we have to play the waiting game. But wait,…

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What is an administratively dissolved entity and what does it mean?

The time has come where you decided to make your dream a reality by hiring Makris Legal, P.A. to open your entity, to serve as your entity’s designated registered agent, and to help set up your business for success. Whether you have a for profit corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, a limited liability limited partnership, or another entity…

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Tips For Naming Your Corporation

Earlier you may have seen Makris Legal’s blog post regarding tips for naming your limited liability company, if not you can click here to check it out. When the time comes to forming a new corporation, many people first think about what they want to name the corporation. Like all entities, Florida sets out the minimum requirements for the name…

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What is a Registered Agent and Why Should I Hire One For My Entity?

When it comes to forming an entity, one of the requirements in the state of Florida is to have a registered agent. A registered agent is an individual residing in Florida or a business entity that has an active Florida filing or registration. However, an entity cannot serve as its own registered agent. The registered agent agrees to accept legal…

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