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Paul Kade
Paul M. Kade has been practicing law in South Florida for more than 25 years.
Paul M. Kade has been practicing law in South Florida for more than 25 years.

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For more than 25 years, The Law Offices of Paul M. Kade has offered knowledgeable and effective legal advice and representa-tion to residents of Kendall, Pinecrest, South Miami, Coral Gables and elsewhere in South Florida. We pride ourselves on providing personal attention to our clients, placing ourselves in our clients' position before crafting a legal solution that best serves their unique needs. Contact our firm to schedule an initial consultation about your legal matter.

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Business Transactions in the State of FL

Regardless of how long you have been in business with another company or how confident you are in that professional relationship, you know as the proprietor or owner of a business that there is always the chance of a misunderstanding that could lead to a halting of commerce. That is why it is important to protect your business interests through legally enforceable documentation. Among the services that attorney Paul M. Kadeo provides for his clients are:

Drafting of Contracts
Preparation of Letters of Understanding
Review of Existing Documents
Establishment of Paperwork Trails for Ongoing Exchanges
Representation During Negotiations
Litigation of Disputed Contracts

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Professional Miami Business Attorney For All Commercial Transactions

The Law Offices of Paul M. Kade has been representing sole proprietorship, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe Counties for over twenty-five years. When it comes to doing business with other entities, it is important that all transactions are documented and that any agreements resulting from the business relationship are sealed with a written contract. Attorney Paul M. Kade provides legal guidance to business owners and managers who are engaged in commerce in the State of Florida. If you own or operate a business, and you are in need of experienced, trusted legal advice, contact our Miami office and schedule an appointment with attorney Kade.

Miami, Fl Business Attorney Representing Creditors In South Florida

The Law Offices of Paul M. Kade represents creditors that are trying to collect on delinquent accounts. For more than 25 years, Paul M. Kade has dedicated a substantial portion of his practice to assisting trade creditors and lenders in pre-suit collections as well as in obtaining and enforcing judgments against delinquent individuals and businesses. For help in collecting your bad debt, contact us at (305) 670-6929 to schedule an appointment.

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Miami Commercial Real Estate Lawyer Serving Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe Counties

For over twenty-five years, The Law Offices of Paul M. Kade has assisted clients investing in Florida’s lucrative commercial real estate market make profitable and legally defensible choices. As a veteran real estate lawyer with substantial familiarity of the South Florida commercial property marketplace, Paul M. Kade offers a wide variety of services to buyers, sellers and landlords. Contact our Miami law office to discuss your commercial real estate venture.

As an attorney with over twenty-five years of experience serving the business community of South Florida, Paul M. Kade knows that the best way to avoid contractual disputes is to thoroughly understand what the client expects from the transaction and to provide for the necessary remedies in case a dispute develops between the parties after the agreement is entered into. Paul M. Kade will consult with you to review or, if necessary, amend or redraft a pending contract so that both you totally understand what obligations are being assumed and rights granted in order to avoid any future misunderstandings or surprises To schedule an initial consultation, contact us at (305) 670-6929

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Estate Planning and Probate in the State of Florida

The Law Offices Paul M. Kade has assisted individuals and families in commencing estate proceedings and in administering then to a successful conclusion in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe Counties as well as elsewhere in the State of Florida. Some of the estate planning and probate services that we provide include:

Preparation of wills
Determining the suitability and drafting of revocable and irrevocable trusts
Durable Powers of Attorney
Living Wills (Termination of Life Support)
Designation of Health Care Surrogates
Designation of Pre-Need Guardians
Representation of the personal representative and trustee
Admitting wills to the probate court
Conduct of the estate probate proceedings
Marshaling and liquidating assets
Payment of creditor claims
distribution to beneficiaries
Close-out of the estate
Asset Preservation Through Proper Estate Planning and Probate Administration

There is no greater responsibility than being entrusted with the care of another person’s child. If you are the parents of a minor child or the parents of an adult child with special needs, you want to make certain that you and only you are the ones to select a guardian in the event of an accident or unexpected health crisis. By establishing a succession of guardianship in your will, you can be sure that the people who you want raising your child will have the legal authority to do so. Attorney Paul M. Kade understands the importance of this component of his clients’ estate plans. He will prepare the documentation necessary to establish a legally binding guardianship in the state of Florida for you. To learn how to initiate a guardianship plan, contact the Miami Law Offices of Paul M. Kade.

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Landlord-Tenant Laws in the State of Florida

Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes sets forth specific rights and responsibilities of both landlords and tenants. There are many pitfalls in landlord-tenant law, especially if the Landlord tries to use forms found in office supply stores and home-drawn letters notifying tenants of violations, etc.

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Miami Attorney For Creditors In Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe Counties

Foreclosure is a specific statutory process in which a lender, such as a bank or mortgage company, attempts to recover the balance of a loan from a borrower who has stopped making payments to the lender by forcing the sale of the asset used as the collateral for the loan. Through the process of foreclosure, the lender seeks to foreclose (in plain English, immediately terminate) the owner’s legal and equitable title to the property. Other lien holders can also seek to foreclose an owner’s property for other debts, such as unpaid contractors’ bills or overdue homeowners’ association dues or assessments.
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