The 6 Characteristics the Best Corporate Counsel for Your Business Will Have

Whether you own a small startup, or you represent a major corporation, having corporate counsel for a business offers many important advantages. As with any position, however, it is important to choose the right individual or firm for the job. Those who function as corporate counsel should have some very specific characteristics in order to be able to do their jobs effectively on behalf of the business(es) they Read More

How to Properly Evict a Commercial Real Estate Tenant in Florida

If you own a commercial building, renting it out to tenants is a great way to make money. Whether this is the main focus of your company, or you are just renting out a portion of the building you own, you can expect that you’ll eventually have to evict a tenant for one reason or another. While evicting commercial tenants is less common than residential, it is definitely worth it to learn how to go through the process Read More

Land Trusts are the Best Vehicle to Hold Title to Real Property in Florida. Learn Why!

Do you own residential or commercial real estate?  Here’s some important information you will want to know.  Land Trusts are excellent vehicles to hold title to real property in Florida for both foreign and U.S. citizens.  Land Trusts are designed to provide flexibility, protection of your assets, as well as avoid the cost and inconvenience of Probate or Guardianship process.  Another benefit is Read More

Carlos Reyes Introduces Judge Marina Garcia Wood At Recent Event

Thirty years of friendship means years of inter-connected lives, work, & community engagement. This past month, the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association and the Broward County Bar Association joined forces to celebrate the Hispanic Judges on the bench in Broward County.  Carlos was asked to introduce The Honorable Marina Garcia Wood who co-founded the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association with him in Read More

To Litigate, or Not to Litigate? 5 Things Business Owners Should Consider First

As a business owner, it is not a question of if someone will violate the legal rights of your business, but when. This is just one of the potential challenges that business owners must face. Many people when put in this situation immediately jump to the option of suing the other party. While this is certainly an option that needs to be on the table, it is always important to think everything through rationally, and Read More

Reyes Law Group Sponsors Hispanic Women of Distinction Luncheon

We were proud to sponsor the Hispanic Women of Distinction luncheon. It was a smashing event that just set another new standard for amazing! Check out these great photos from the event. Read More

Commercial Real Estate Transactions and 5 Legal Issues to Consider

If you are looking to purchase commercial real estate, it is important to be aware of potential legal issues that could impact the transaction. Knowing what to watch out for, and having the help you need, can ensure your transaction goes smoothly from beginning to end. Zoning Issues When purchasing commercial real estate, you need to make sure that all the zoning is correct based on what you will be doing with Read More

Selling Your Home: 4 Reasons to Have an Attorney Present at Closing

When it comes to buying or selling a home, the closing phase is essentially all about fulfilling the terms of the contract. It is when the money and relevant documents are exchanged so that ownership of the home can be transferred from the seller to the buyer. It is extremely important to ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible during closing to avoid any inconveniences in the future. The best way to Read More

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer to Help Me Purchase Real Estate?

Purchasing real estate, whether residential or commercial, is a huge investment. For many people, it is the largest purchase they will make in their lives. When it is time to start looking for the right piece of property, most people know that a good real estate agent is a great resource for finding good opportunities, handling some negotiations, and much more. What most people don’t realize, however, is that they Read More

The Connection Between Trade Secrets and Noncompete Agreements in Florida

For many businesses, trade secrets are an extremely valuable asset. The dilemma that many companies face is that they need to have their employees, and possibly even contractors or vendors, use these trade secrets in their day-to-day work. Those individuals could then take those secrets and share them with competitors if they left or were fired from their position. To mitigate this risk, companies in Florida can Read More