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Inheriting in Florida

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When a loved one dies, whether expectedly or not, we find ourselves facing questions about that person’s final wishes. Outside the obvious funerary preparations, we also find ourselves having to disburse the deceased’s assets. Here at Urban Thier & Federer, we have a great deal of experience in assisting clients both in preparing wills and in helping heirs to inherit.  Inheritance can be a complicated process, but this article should serve to help you through it.How does inheritance work in Florida?Inheriting in Florida is a process that can be very simple, or it can be quite complicated. Generally, a probate matter will be opened with the courts by filing...

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Inheriting in New York

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When a loved one dies, whether expectedly or not, we find ourselves facing questions about that person’s final wishes. Outside the obvious funerary preparations, we also find ourselves having to disburse the deceased’s assets. Here at Urban Thier & Federer, we have a great deal of experience in assisting clients both in preparing wills and in helping heirs to inherit.  Inheritance can be a complicated process, but this article should serve to help you through it.How does inheritance work in New York?Inheriting in New York is a process that can be very simple, or it can be quite complicated. Generally, unless...

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Buying a Business in New York

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In the work that we do with commercial businesses here at Urban Thier & Federer, we regularly work with clients who seek to buy a business in New York. Obviously buying a business in New York, as in any other state, is not like buying a new or used car. Such a purchase is a complex multi-step affair that will require the services of a lawyer, and we are available to help you in the process. So how do you buy a business in New York?The first step in buying a business is finding a business that you want to buy....

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Buying a Business in Florida

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In the work that we do with commercial businesses here at Urban Thier & Federer, we regularly work with clients who seek to buy a business in Florida. Obviously buying a business in Florida, as in any other state, is not like buying a new or used car. Business purchasing is a complex multi-step affair that will require the services of a lawyer, and we are available to help you in the process.So how do you buy a business in Florida? The first step in buying a business is finding a business that you want to buy. This can be...

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Instant Access Properties/IAP Global Officers and Directors Litigation UK

Instant Access Properties/IAP Global Officers and Directors Litigation UK Legal Action in the United Kingdom against Instant Access Properties/IAP Global Officers and DirectorsPlease see the latest developments on this matter here: Opens internal link in new windowIAP and FUEL Update 2017Via its UK offices, Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. (“UTF”), is moving forward with the representation of former members of Instant Access Properties, Ltd./Instant Access Properties Global, Ltd. (“IAP”) who suffered financial losses and other damages as a result of their relationship with and membership in IAP....

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Buying Real Estate in the United States, Part II: Closings

Buying Real Estate in the United States, Part II: Closings Part II: Closings on residential propertiesOnce a potential buyer located a property in the US which he/she wishes to buy, the next step is to enter into a contract. If the purchase is for example to take place in the state of Florida, the Florida Bar and Florida Board of Realtors have prepared a standard form contract for residential property which is widely used and which contains clauses which are generally considered more balanced than other sample forms of contracts. ...

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Pre-Construction Contract Termination and Deposit Return Litigation

Pre-Construction Contract Termination and Deposit Return LitigationThe law firm of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., continues to represent clients throughout the United States and Europe who wish to terminate their pre-construction contracts and purchase agreements for condominiums and homes located in the Central Florida area and to receive back their deposits. The firm is most active in the Greater Orlando area (throughout Orange and Osceola County, Florida). ...

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Lake Buena Vista Resort, Lake Buena Vista, FL

Lake Buena Vista Resort, LLC – Lake Buena Vista, FloridaUrban Thier & Federer, P.A., has represented and continues to represent a number of purchaser clients in the Lake Buena Vista Resort development who are seeking to terminate their Condominium Purchase Agreement/contract and recover their deposits. Lake Buena Vista Resort, LLC, is planned for a total of 12 buildings, of which only five have been built. Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., is accepting cases for purchaser clients in the Lake Buena Vista Resort development who have contracted to purchase a condominium unit, but who have not taken ownership (have not closed...

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Aqualea Residences, a Condominium

Aqualea Residences, a Condominium a/k/a Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort, Clearwater, FloridaUrban Thier & Federer, P.A., is accepting cases to represent purchaser clients who have contracted with Crystal Beach Capital, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, to purchase a condominium unit in the Aqualea Residences (a/k/a Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort) development and who have not taken ownership (have not closed on the purchase) of their unit(s). The property consists of 250 condo-hotel suites, which all appear to have been completed after the Purchase Agreement’s estimated completion date. ...

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Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort by Maesbury Homes, Inc.

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Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort by Maesbury Homes, Inc. Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort – Update Bahama Bay II Condominium/ Resort – Foreclosure Update Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., continues to accept and represent clients seeking representation against Maesbury Homes, Inc., in the Bahama Bay II development (Bahama Bay, a Condominium, also known as Bahama Bay Resort). The firm is representing purchasers who signed an Agreement for Sale with Maesbury Homes, Inc., for the purchase of a condominium unit in the Bahama Bay II development and who have NOT yet taken ownership of their contracted for unit. The firm is not representing purchasers in the...

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