The law firm of Wallis & Wallis is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. We represent client matters throughout Broward County and the State of Florida with clients coming from as close as the Fort Lauderdale area and as far away as Hong Kong and Europe. Wallis & Wallis clients are typically businesses, corporations (non-profit and for-profit), limited liability companies (LLC), partnerships, and entrepreneurs; and we offer a dedicated condominium and homeowner association practice. Wallis & Wallis is also a full service real property law firm with title and escrow services. We provide our clients with counseling and legal advice and services geared to each client’s specific requirements. Whether your interests are business, community association matters, or real estate and title requirements, Wallis & Wallis will represent your interests professionally.
In the area of strategic business planning and execution, Wallis & Wallis provides guidance and counseling on: business structuring, formation and transactions; contracts and agreements; asset and business purchase and sale; due diligence; mergers and acquisitions; risk management; UCC matters; regulatory compliance; insurance claim negotiation and settlement; web content licensing; e-commerce; unfair competition; business interference; and copyright, trademark, and service mark protection and enforcement. In the event you have delivered goods or services under agreement but have not received payment, Wallis & Wallis provides contract enforcement and collections services.
Each condominium association and each homeowners association is a unique business with discrete needs and requirements. Wallis & Wallis understands this and unlike many firms practicing community association law, we recognize the distinctness of each association and seek to provide individualized counseling that only a boutique firm can. Wallis & Wallis guides associations and individual owners through the edicts of association covenants, bylaws, and rules as well as the statutory requirements found in Chapters 718 and 720. We handle rule enforcement and delinquent assessment foreclosures, and inasmuch as community associations are corporations, our business experience is invaluable in counseling communities on a myriad of matters affecting association business.
One of the most important investments you will make is in real property. Whether you are a business or individual investing in commercial or residential property deals or an individual buying a home for your family, you will want the process of transacting real property to be handled professionally. Wallis & Wallis provides you with representation from the preparation of the purchase and sale agreement through closing with full title and escrow services. And should any problems arise during the transaction, Wallis & Wallis will be there to represent you and protect your interests. Although it is not a legal requirement in the State of Florida to have an attorney involved in real estate transactions, it is widely acknowledged that protecting your best interest in transacting real property is served by employing the services of an attorney, and Wallis & Wallis affords you with professional services in your real property and title matters.
Our skilled lawyers pride themselves on providing our clients with prompt personal attention in dealing with their legal needs. At Wallis & Wallis communication and attention to client needs are our primary concern.
What sets Wallis & Wallis apart from other firms is that our attorneys provide our clients with the best of both worlds: corporate experience along with boutique law firm creativity. As a Wallis & Wallis client, you can expect personal attention from your attorney. Wallis & Wallis clients receive an honest appraisal of their matters and appreciate our forthright manner of explaining options and discussing strategies and tactics. The Wallis & Wallis combination of entrepreneurial philosophy, real world business experience, old-fashioned legal ethics, and common sense serve to benefit our client’s interests.
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