Avoiding Legal Pitfalls for Real Estate Investors
April 13 @ 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Avoiding Legal Pitfalls for Real Estate Investors by Amanda Decker, Esq.
with Florida Entrepreneur Law, P.A.
What You’ll Learn:
How Real Estate Investors Should Structure Their Business Entity
Benefits of LLC v. Corp
Single-Member LLC v. Multi-Member LLC
Annual Reporting Requirements and Filing Fees
Articles of Organization and Operating Agreement Explained
Asset & Liability Protection
Florida LLC Charging Order (Lien) Protections
Florida Laws & Regulations Regarding Real Estate Contracts
Understanding the Florida “As-Is” Real Estate Contract
Why You Should Consider an Attorney for Real Estate Closings for Investment Properties
Status of Foreclosure Court Delays (due to Covid) in Broward County
A free 30-minute consult ($100 value)
$300 credit off first invoice if we are retained within 30 days of the workshop.
Amanda is an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida. She started her career working for a large law firm in downtown Fort Lauderdale where she represented multi-million and billion-dollar corporations in various general liability litigation cases.
Coming from a family of successful entrepreneurs and real estate investors, Amanda always knew that she wanted to have her own law firm and real estate investment company. After gaining enough litigation experience and street cred in the legal community, Amanda left “big law” to have her own legal practice. She joined her mentor turned business partner, attorney Michelle Suarez, at Florida Entrepreneur Law. Amanda is now a Shareholder and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Florida Entrepreneur Law, a “boutique” law firm dedicated to working with businesses, business owners, and entrepreneurs throughout Florida. Amanda and Michelle offer concierge general corporate counsel services to their clients. A few of Amanda’s main practice areas include special-purpose entities for real estate investments, corporate transactions, business litigation, contracts, private equity/capital raises, trademarks, franchising, and joint ventures.
Amanda recently became a title agent as well so she can provide title services to her real estate investor clients and represent them at closings. She also owns ADI Properties, LLC, a company that buys and sells homes for cash and has been a member of BREIA since 2018.
For more information about Amanda, her business partner, attorney Michelle Suarez, and their law firm, or to schedule a legal consultation, you can visit www.FloridaEntrepreneurLaw.com.