Tag: Real Estate Law.

What Is a 1031 Exchange in Real Estate?

By Mark J. Woodward, Florida Real Estate Attorney Over the years, Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. has worked with many clients who have sold property (the “Relinquished Property”), then placed the funds with a Qualified Intermediary to purchase like kind investment property (the “Replacement Property”), a 1031 Exchange. Why a 1031 Exchange? 1031 Tax Free […]

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Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. Welcomes Attorney Christopher R. Heflin To the Firm

Marco Island, Florida, October 14th, 2021– Southwest Florida law firm, Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (WPL) announces that associate attorney, Christopher R. Heflin, has recently joined the firm’s Real Estate Law, Business Law, and Estate Planning Services group in its Marco Island office. Celebrating 50 years serving Southwest Florida, the firm has recently commemorated its […]

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Evictions During the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Cameron G. Woodward, Florida Evictions Attorney As most landlords are no doubt aware, the Biden administration has revised/extended the Covid-19 eviction moratorium in an attempt to delay the eviction of tenants who have failed to pay rent. As things stand currently, it is difficult to anticipate whether any court would issue a Final Judgment […]

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MRTA and HOAs – Are You at Risk?

Homeowner’s associations have become more and more prevalent in Florida over the years. For those that have existed for quite some time, there is a real risk of not being able to collect HOA dues or enforce their covenants and restrictions. So, what may cause this risk you ask? That would be the Marketable Record […]

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