Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (TRIM) Are Coming Soon

Florida’s “Truth-in-Millage” (TRIM) Act was designed to inform property owners which governmental entity is responsible for the taxes levied against their property and the amount owed to each entity. The Notice of Proposed Property Taxes is known as the “TRIM Notice.” TRIM Notices are usually sent out in mid to late August of each year […]

Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (TRIM) Are Coming Soon

Florida’s “Truth-in-Millage” (TRIM) Act was designed to inform property owners which governmental entity is responsible for the taxes levied against their property and the amount owed to each entity. The Notice of Proposed Property Taxes is known as the “TRIM Notice.” TRIM Notices are usually sent out in mid to late August of each year […]

Commercial Landlord and Tenant Relations During COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to wreak havoc on many commercial landlords and tenants in Florida, as tenants are unable to pay rent or request rent relief of some form or another. With the economic pressures commercial tenants are facing because of shelter-at-home orders and COVID-19’s effects on the general economy, the risks of tenants failing […]

Force Majeure In Residential Contracts & COVID-19

By now you have probably had a client wanting to invoke the force majeure clause of their contract. The purpose of this clause is to allow for parties to delay performance or actually be excused from performance in the event of unforeseen or uncontrollable events. Like many contracts, standard in the FAR/BAR contract is a […]

Luxury New Construction Showcase hosted by Dale Sorensen

Rossway Swan is proud to sponsor the Luxury New Construction Showcase hosted by Dale Sorensen this Thursday, January 23 at Quail Valley River Club. The law firm is the exclusive Attorney and Title Agent Sponsor. Please join us to learn about our real estate legal services and upcoming exciting opportunities in Indian River County involving […]

Why should I hire a real estate attorney instead of just a title company?

Florida, unlike some other states, does not require a lawyer during a real estate transaction. Buyers and sellers have the choice of using an attorney or a title company to handle the closing on their real estate transaction. This often causes the parties to wonder why they should hire an attorney instead of using just […]