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Kravitz & Guerra

Physical Address: 905 Brickell Bay Dr., Lobby, Miami FL 33131 - USA

Mailing Address: 801 Brickell Bay Dr., Business Box 18, Miami FL 33131 - USA

What to do if you get stopped by a police officer? First of all, do not panic. Know your First Amendment rights. Be also aware that there are certain occasions on which the police are authorized to search your car without a warrant. What are these exceptions? You have provided a consent Numerous people don’t…

Foreign buyers who contribute for the majority of real estate purchases in major cosmopolitan areas, such as Miami, San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles, face many more challenges when they apply for mortgages than domestic buyers. Foreign mortgage applicants are obligated to make a 25 percent down payment. American buyers are required to…

Often a will and a trust are frequently believed to be the same concept. Each has its unique benefits. Ask a qualified attorney for assistance and clarification, if you are undecided whether you should form a trust, a will, or both. The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Kravitz and Guerra will review your…

Foreign nationals in the United States are typically taxed on their US income, real estate properties and other assets. With the proper legal structure and an effective advice from a qualified immigration and U.S. tax attorney, foreigners can minimize and/or completely avoid their tax burdens in the United States. Every individual’s situation is different and…

Nine US states will not allow people to board domestic flights anymore with a state issued driver’s license, starting on January 22, 2018. Residents of the following states have to demonstrate either a Green Card, a passport, or a military issued ID when they board a plane: Kentucky Maine Minnesota Missouri Montana Oklahoma Pennsylvania South…

The first step towards storm recovery is to call your insurance provider. Have property images/videos readily available to demonstrate property damages. Be aware of your owed insurance deductibles – in most cases, a deductible ranges between 2 and 10 percent of your insurance value.   You are responsible for paying your deductible in full. Begin making…

We are now in the recovery stage of Hurricane Irma.   The first 30 to 60 days post-storm are critical in ensuring coverage for your property damage and business interruption losses after the storm. Below, we first provide a checklist to guide both commercial and individual insureds in the first few weeks after the storm Hurricane…

Hundreds, if not thousands, of noncitizens with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) now are eligible to apply for lawful permanent residence because the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a grant of TPS to a noncitizen qualifies as an “inspection and admission.” Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, inspection and admission are eligibility requirements…

When you are on a mission to buy a new property, take into consideration the current market trends and the timing of the year. A variety of factors, such as the complexity of the transaction, may delay your property purchase. Buying a new property can have numerous drawbacks, especially for foreign buyers, which amount to…

A Breach of Contract is a common dispute in the business world. What is a contract? A contract is an agreement between two or more parties, describing each party’s obligations. Every party is responsible for fulfilling the duties and obligations stated in the contract. When one or more of the parties fail to perform part…