September 1

Is That Property Really “Waterfront?”

A real estate story with a very happy ending occurs when a seller and buyer and their real estate agents close the sale and purchase of a multi-million dollar property on the water. Or does it? Maybe not, if no one obtained a survey or studied the survey. That multi-million dollar property may not truly be on the water.

August 1

Is Your Estate Plan Programmed for the Digital World?

August 2019 THE BARNES WALKER EDUCATIONAL SERIESproudly presents: Is Your Estate Plan Programmed for the Digital World? By: M. Brandon Robinson, Esq. Almost everyone of school age in the United States owns some form of digital assets, many of which have both sentimental and pecuniary value. Whether they are the pictures and text messages on.

October 30

What About That New Florida Public Beach Law?

On July 1, 2018, a new Florida Statute, Section 163.035, went into effect regarding the public’s ability to use public beaches and adjoined property. Almost immediately, charges were made that the Governor and the Legislature were turning Florida’s public beaches private and denying the public access to them.

August 1

Easements: Everything You Didn’t Want to Know, But Should Know

Most Realtors®, owners, and land managers know about the conveyance of title to property by deeds. However, there is another very important interest in land, which, while it does not include ownership or title to the land, gives important rights. This interest in land is called an “easement.”