Trusted Real Estate Lawyer In Fort Lauderdale Since 1974

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What We Do

Schecter Law is a dynamic full-service law firm, serving South Florida’s real estate and transactional needs since 1976.

Real estate and business transactions are often complex and require meticulous attention to detail and superior negotiation skills: two skill sets which are integral to our practice. With related and extensive experience in real property and business litigation, Schecter Law approaches our client’s transactional needs with an acute sense of preventing future disputes.

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Who We Are

At Schecter Law, our attorneys serve as trusted advisors at every stage of our representation of our clients. Highly qualified lawyers in the fields of real estate and business transactions, Schecter Law provides representation to individual and entity clients.

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Schecter Law is an established boutique law firm that has been located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, since 1976.

We represent individual and corporate clients, concentrating in all areas of business law, contract law, commercial and real estate transactions.

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04.Oct.2019

5 Tips for Negotiating a Commercial Lease

Negotiating Your Commercial Lease When moving into the world of commercial real estate, you’re likely to deal with more complicated leases than you’ve ever experienced before. It’s easy to get caught up in the lingo and feel overwhelmed, leading you to potentially make a poorly educated decision. If you learn how to negotiate your commercial [...] []

27.Sep.2019

How to Find the Right Commercial Real Estate Lawyer for Your Needs

Commercial Real Estate: What You Need To Know The world of commercial real estate can get complicated and overwhelming if you’re just entering the business. Having a lawyer on your side is crucial, but you want to make sure you find an attorney that truly has your best interests in mind. Taking the time to [...] []

24.Sep.2019

Defamation – Slander Per Se under Florida Law and Punitive Damages

Defamation is generally defined as the unprivileged publication of false statements which naturally and proximately result in injury to another.  Wolfson v. Kirk, 273 So. 2d 774 (Fla. 4th DCA 1973).  To establish a cause of action for defamation, a plaintiff must show: (1) That the defendant published a false statement about the plaintiff; (2) [...] []

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Mark S. Schecter
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Business Law, Contract Law, Construction Law, Commercial Real Estate, and Residential Real Estate