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  • Altamonte Springs Office


    238 N. Westmonte Dr.
    Suite 270
    Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714



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Experienced Florida Real Estate Attorneys Handle Property Matters

Seasoned Altamonte Springs lawyers assist with transactions, zoning issues, and disputes

For nearly two decades, Zortman Law in Altamonte Springs, Florida has provided invaluable legal assistance to individuals across Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties in an array of real estate matters. As lawyers with 20 combined years of experience representing Floridians in residential and commercial sales and purchases, we have a detailed knowledge of the relevant state and local real estate and zoning laws. Whether you’re buying your first home or selling a corporate complex, we provide the skilled guidance you need to protect your property rights.

Knowledgeable counselors draft and review real estate contracts

In a real estate transaction, contracts are legally binding agreements made between the buyer and the seller. These agreements specify the terms and conditions of the sale and address inspection details, financing terms, closing costs, warranties, and default terms. Real estate contracts typically feature these components: 

  • The contract must specify the buyer and seller or parties to the transaction.
  • The contract must specify the real property, including both the street address and legal description.
  • The contract must specify items included, if any, such as appliances or office equipment.
  • The contract must specify the purchase price or a verifiable amount.
  • The contract must specify the closing date when the title and funds will be exchanged.
  • The contract must be signed by both parties (or an authorized representative for commercial transactions) to be binding, with each party being of legal age and of sound mind

Real estate is often the largest investment a person or business will ever make, so it’s essential you’re represented by a skilled attorney who can help ensure your transaction proceeds as smoothly as possible. We also draft and review landlord-tenant agreements for clients in Central Florida.

Accomplished litigators handle land use and zoning matters

Our attorneys are familiar with the relevant zoning and land use laws in Florida cities and counties. Whether you want to subdivide existing property or need help obtaining a variance to a zoning ordinance, we will advise you on local regulations and assist with all required permits so that you are free to use your land as you wish. Our firm also prepares and negotiates developer agreements and represents clients facing impact fees.

Skilled property advisers handle title disputes

For any property sale to proceed, clear ownership must first be established. A thorough title search is required to ensure the seller is the legal owner and that there are no encumbrances such as liens, judgments or mortgage claims that could derail the transaction. Our firm represents both individuals and businesses in title disputes in Central Florida, including those involving boundary conflicts between owners of adjoining properties.

Contact a trusted Altamonte Springs real estate lawyer for your free consultation

At Zortman Law in Altamonte Springs, Florida, we represent clients in Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties in a full range of real estate matters. To schedule a free consultation, call 407-284-3812 or contact us online.