When any property is bought or sold, a deed must be delivered. Before the deed is finalized, a title search needs to be done to ensure that there are no problems regarding ownership. Too often, title searches reveal one or more issues that must be corrected before the transaction can be completed. If there are undetected problems with titles, they can pose big problems for buyers and sellers when they eventually come to light.

If a problem is discovered with your home or investment property, contact the attorneys at DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. We have years of experience working through these issues and can help you clear the title so the transaction can proceed without delay.

Liens against properties in Florida can significantly impact the ability to transfer a title - get resolution with DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis.

Unresolved Liens

Liens such as mechanic's liens and judgment liens are common. These and other type of liens can significantly affect the ability to transfer a title. We have years of experience working with these titles in Pinellas County to bring resolution.

Ensure the probate process is easy by resolving ownership interests among partners when on passes away.Missing Ownership Interests

Transferring land and property during probate of an estate or between business partners can cause issues with titles. The titles in these cases can have unresolved ownership interests. Because we are experienced in these matters, we can resolve them quickly to keep your closing schedule on track.

Attention to Detail

Missing a step in title work can cause major problems. Attention to details is critical. That is why we work with industry professionals like Seminole Title to ensure all title searches are thorough and accurate. We provide the underwriter all of the information they need to perform the title search and we will work with you to correct any property title defects.

Accessible, Attentive Service

Our attorneys are available to clients at all times to discuss your legal issue. We respond promptly to all phone calls and e-mails, and we have an open door policy so that clients can visit us any time to discuss their cases. Our mission is to provide the best service to our clients, and we go to great lengths to make sure no client ever feels neglected.

If you would like to discuss legal issue, call us any time at 727-397-5571 or complete the form below.