Vincent has experience practicing law primarily in the areas of real estate and business litigation and transactions, with an increasing focus on community association and mortgage lender representation. This includes extensive court appearances. Caseload history includes state and federal court representation of parties in actions for breach of contract, specific performance, mortgage and lien foreclosure, declaratory actions, equitable lien, eviction, ejectment, quiet title, replevin, fraud, negligent misrepresentation, breach of non-compete, and post-judgment levy and execution.
Community Association Law
The Firm has experience with representing Florida community associations, such as condominiums, homeowners associations, and cooperatives, in a variety of matters. The Firm can review, interpret, and issue legal opinions concerning Association governing documents, i.e. Declaration of community association, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Rules and Regulations. In addition, the Firm is prepared to litigate various issues on behalf of community associations, such as enforcement of Association governing documents, and collection of regular and special assessments / maintenance fees, and related charges (interest, late fees, and/or attorney’s fees and costs, where applicable).
The Firm has considerable knowledge and expertise representing all types of creditors, and other lien holders in actions to foreclose upon collateral securing debts owed, and to also seek recovery of money owed for debts in default.