Unfortunately, brokerage disputes are common in Florida real estate. If you’re involved in a dispute with your broker, or are simply having a disagreement and want to learn what your rights are, it’s important that you reach out for legal help as soon as possible.
What You Need to Know About Florida Brokerage Disputes
Before filing a claim and taking your broker to court, it’s important to determine if your case meets the legal requirements for arbitration, litigation, or mediation. Not all cases do, and this is where talking to an experienced brokerage lawyer can be extremely valuable. Also, you want to make sure you have exhausted all options to resolve the dispute with your broker before you bring forward a claim. Mediation, arbitration, or litigation should always be a last resort when it comes to brokerage disputes. However, you can still utilize the support and knowledge base of an attorney skilled in this area of law, even if you are able to resolve the case outside of court.
Contact Schecter Law Today
Contact us today for a consultation at (954) 779-7009 or stop by our office at:
101 NE 3rd Ave Ste 1250
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
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