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A client service agreement (CSA) is a legal contract specifying the relationship and responsibilities between a client and a service provider. It’s an essential document for small business owners as it makes clear the expectations and services to be provided, the cost of those services, and other important terms of the relationship. The Importance of...
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In South Florida, we face a year-round threat from Mother Nature. There’s no single storm season anymore, and with a nearly ever-present risk of storms comes an increased risk for property damage (say nothing of damage caused by other unexpected disasters). If you come home to damaged property, call us at Silverberg|Brito, PLLC. We know...
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Buying a new home, condo, or investment property is both a thrilling and highly stressful process. When the stars finally align and your offer on a new property has been accepted, the real work begins. Now, in the countdown to closing, you may find yourself wondering if you need to hire a real estate attorney...
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Whether you’re looking to relocate within Florida, are considering a move from out of state, or looking to build a real estate investment portfolio, you likely have many questions about the real estate transaction process. And while buying a new home or condo is exciting, the stakes are high. Not to mention, the process is...
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One of the primary reasons we hear that small business owners turn to LegalZoom is that they believe they can secure effective legal forms, documents, or contracts for less than the cost of hiring a lawyer. Because money is a motivating factor, especially for new business owners with tight budgets, the allure of turning to...
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The client service agreement, or CSA, is a written contract between parties outlining the terms of the relationship, scope of work, payment schedule, and other provisions or clauses specific to the working partnership. One of the purposes of the CSA is to create shared understandings and expectations of the project so that everyone is on...
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Business disputes can get downright ugly. The stakes are high and emotions are equally elevated. But one thing that doesn’t need to escalate out of control is the cost it takes to resolve the dispute. When to Mediate in Business Conflicts The cost to resolve a business dispute can quickly climb if alternative methods to...
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Businesses are transactional in nature, and in order to grow, you have to trust that the person on the other side of the transaction will deliver on their promised goods or services. And most people do, but to protect yourself and your business interests, it’s important to put down on paper the expectations and commitments...
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The most important question you should look at with any contract: what are you trying to do with your business contract? — Inherent to any business opportunity is risk, but there are smart ways to mitigate risk while still successfully growing your business. One of the surest ways to safeguard personal and business interests is...
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A story that is (unfortunately) as old as real estate transactions – a home goes on the market and the price is a steal The seller’s wife just passed away and is looking to move on. You jump on it and make an offer that gets accepted…but it turns out the ‘seller’ has been divorced...
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