Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Attorneys

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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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14.Jun.2019

Hiring an Attorney in Florida For Your Real Estate Closing

What You Need To Know Did you know that you can hire a South Florida residential real estate attorney to handle your closing, including your title search? It doesn’t always make sense to hire a title company for your title search, because the cost can be comparable to hiring an attorney if not higher. The [...] []

07.Jun.2019

3 Steps to Buying the Right Luxury Home in South Florida

Luxury Home Buying Tips There is a lot involved with purchasing a luxury home in South Florida – you will want to take your time and potentially hire a South Florida luxury real estate attorney to ensure that you make the right choice and to help with your closing. A luxury home can and should [...] []

29.May.2019

Inclusion and Accessibility in Office Buildings

Office Buildings and The American Disabilities Act In the United States, nearly one in five people suffer from some sort of disability. This means that the vast majority of workplaces have disabled persons on their team. The American Disabilities Act (ADA) requires companies to comply with certain guidelines, but these days expectations outpace the law. [...] []

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