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Miami Contract Dispute Attorney

Real Estate Contract Disputes

Not All Real Estate Transactions Are Conflict Free

In a perfect world, all residential and commercial real estate deals would proceed quickly, smoothly, and without argument.  Unfortunately, this is not always the case; people disagree, interpret the same information differently and, without fail, issues arise. In situations like this, the service of a Miami contract dispute lawyer is incredibly valuable. You need advice and counsel from a professional who understands the law and is committed to protecting you.

This is where Carlos M. Armor, a Miami contract dispute attorney, can help. He is well-versed in Florida real estate law and experienced in successfully resolving issues while protecting the interests of his clients.

Mr. Amor offers all prospective clients a free consultation via telephone, video conference, or in person.

He believes that this meeting benefits everyone involved. These conversations provide him the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the situation at hand, and those considering engaging him can see exactly how he communicates and can learn how he would address their issues. When conflict is the reason for reaching out, don’t hesitate. Time is incredibly valuable. Contact him at 954-453-7200!

Engage Carlos M. Amor to Represent You Today

He Knows How to Effectively Mitigate Contract Disputes

Because of the complexity of real estate transactions and the number of parties often involved, it’s not uncommon for disagreements to arise and disputes to occur. When this happens, identifying the right Miami contract dispute lawyer for your needs should be your first course of action. It is likely that you have neither the knowledge nor the experience necessary to appropriately handle this yourself, especially when you consider the costs involved in real estate purchases and sales.

In the greater Miami area, Carlos M. Amor is often the first call for those involved in situations like this. Below are some of the reasons why so many elect to work with him.

  • More than 15 years’ experience managing residential and commercial contract disputes in Miami.
  • Unique combination of knowledge as both a legal professional and a real estate broker
  • Hands-on experience dealing with earnest money deposit disputes, breach of contract, closing date issues and inspection concerns.
  • Insight into the point of views of all who may be involved, including sellers, buyers, lenders, title companies and real estate agents.
  • Client-based approach focusing on the details and based on the recognition that no two situations are identical, regardless of how similar they may be.
  • Commitment to open and continuous communication.
  • Experience in negotiation, mediation, and litigation.

Mr. Amor leverages his knowledge and experience for each of his clients and is committed to taking the time necessary to fully review and comprehend every contract as well as understand the areas of concern. His unwavering commitment to tirelessly pursuing his clients’ best interests consistently results in positive feedback and referrals.

Contract Disputes Result in Serious Concerns

Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to real estate contract disputes, questions are plentiful. Below, our Miami contract dispute lawyer has shared some of the questions most often asked of him, along with his answers.

What is the difference between a non-material and a material breach of a real estate contract?

Non-material real estate contract breaches tend to be minor — in other words, they can be waived and will not result in a lawsuit. On the other hand, a material breach in contract is serious and may result in the cancellation of the transaction or, in more extreme cases, legal action. Your Miami contract dispute attorney will review all breach instances and advise you on your options.

What disputes are most common in residential real estate deals?

We see a broad range of disputes in the Miami area.  Those that seem to arise most often include undisclosed problems with the property, disagreements over pricing, arguments regarding repairs, and even issues relating to zoning. While we hope to resolve these issues through negotiations, we will never sacrifice our clients’ best interests and won’t hesitate to move forward with mediation or litigation if necessary.

I am buying a property, and the seller has committed a breach of contract.  I’m considering ignoring it and moving forward. Is this problematic?

Maybe, maybe not.  If you do not believe the issue at hand is significant, you certainly can move forward with your transaction.  That said, ignoring it now means you will not be able to address it later. You should consult with your Miami real estate contract dispute attorney to determine the seriousness of the issue.

I am considering the purchase of a commercial property. What potential issues may be of concern?

Commercial property is often an excellent investment, but contract disputes do occur.  Most often, they involve service contracts, future leasing options, and property taxes. If you are purchasing the property with another individual or entity, you would want to ensure that you are on the same page regarding all issues or you may run into problems.   As a commercial property owner, you should consult a Miami contract dispute attorney as issues arise; dealing with them immediately may prevent bigger problems.

What is mediation?

If your Miami contract dispute attorney cannot negotiate an agreement regarding your dispute, the next step would be mediation. This process requires the participation of an impartial legal professional to help bring both sides together.

Unfortunately, not every real estate transaction goes smoothly.  For answers to more of your questions regarding contract disputes, contact Carlos M. Amor to schedule a free consultation as soon as possible.

Address Important Issues as They Arise

Contact Carlos M. Amor, Your Miami Contract Dispute Attorney, Today

Procrastination with regard to real estate issues, as with most things in life, is never a good idea.

Conflicts left unaddressed tend to grow, rather than shrink, making resolution much more complex.

Taking that into account, dealing with contract disputes as soon as you encounter them is wise, and engaging the assistance of the experienced Miami contract dispute attorney is absolutely in your best interest. Real estate is expensive, and you want to do everything in your power to protect your investment.

If you are involved in a commercial or residential contract and are involved in a dispute, act now.  Reach out to Carlos M. Amor today at 954-453-7200!  to schedule your free consultation. He is ready to go to work for you immediately.


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I've consulted with Carlos on several different legal matters throughout the years. He listened and answered all my questions.

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Carlos Amor as a lawyer is one of the best in Florida, I have to deal in my daily basis with lawyers and Carlos Amor is always prompt to help.

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Carlos went above and beyond to help me and my family. For the last 3 years he has represented me in my foreclosure case.

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The first foreclosure case was filed against me and my family’s home in 2008 and had been dismissed-refiled two times since then

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    Carlos M. Amor is a skilled and experienced attorney and real estate broker. His legal practice in South Florida focuses on real estate litigation, real estate investments, tax deed and foreclosure auction purchases, traditional real estate transactions, short sales, foreclosure defense, and civil litigation. Carlos thinks “outside the box” and takes a practical approach to finding solutions that benefit his clients. [ Attorney Bio ]