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Why Shipp Law?

Florida real estate attorney and business law attorney Ryan S. Shipp, Esquire has been practicing law in the State of Florida for over 10 years. Mr. Shipp and his team of dedicated real estate attorneys, business law attorneys, and support staff bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, skill, compassion, and tenacity to their Lantana, Florida law practice. Founded in 2014, from day one, The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC has helped individuals, families, and companies resolve their important and often complex Florida real estate, business law, and estate planning needs. Our law office prides itself on being results driven, effective and efficient, as well as providing our clients with affordable solutions.

Welcome to the Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp

Ryan S. Shipp, Esquire and his team of staff attorneys and support staff, focus their legal practice in the areas of Real Estate Law, including Buyer and Seller Representation, For Sale By Owner (FSBO), Foreclosure Defense, Loan Modifications, Short Sales, Landlord Tenant and Evictions, Unlawful Detainers, Business Law, and Florida Wills, Trusts and Estates. Additionally, attorney Ryan S. Shipp is the proud owner of Clear2Close Title & Escrow, LLC, a full service title company which facilitates residential and commercial closings, refinances, short sales, and private money lending to qualifed borrowers throughout the State of Florida.

Whether you're looking to buy or sell Florida real estate or a Florida business, need  Foreclosure Defense, have a dispute with your homeowners' association, landlord tenant and eviction matter or are in need of a Florida last will and testament or Revocable Living Trust drafted, The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC has you covered. Our lawyers bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, skill, compassion, and tenacity to our Lantana, Florida law practice. The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC helps individuals, families, and companies resolve their important and often complex legal matters. 

   Our Services

Attorney Shipp and his legal team give each client their personal attention. Our counsel is straightforward and your interests are our top priority. The following legal services provided are always completed in both a timely and cost-efficient fashion. 

 

Going the Extra Mile

The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC recognizes that life does not start at 9 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. Therefore, the following services are offered to accommodate you as much as possible:

 

Available 24/7
Evening and Weekend Appointments
Meetings at Convenient Locations
Ability to Cover Court Proceedings without your Presence
Payment Plan Options
Notary Public Services

 

What do our West Palm Beach Florida Real Estate Attorneys do?

Palm Beach County Real Estate AttorneysIn general, our West Palm Beach Real Estate Lawyers advise our clients on a wide range of legal aspects related to real estate and real estate transactions. Typically, this includes the ownership, use, development, investment and financing of real property throughout the State of Florida. Also, our West Palm Beach Real Estate Attorneys aggressively litigate for our clients when disputes arise. 

Commercial Real Estate- This type of real estate is for business or investment use. For our commercial real estate clients, our real estate lawyers work with and represent both businesses and developers in buying, selling, leasing, and developing commercial real property througtout the State of Florida. Our attorneys work closely with banks, hard money lenders and private money lenders, and investors to finance commercial real estate transactions and litigate commercial foreclosures, and other Florida commercial real estate related litigation. Additionally, our office assists our commercial real estate clients with commercial lease preparation and review and commercial evictions for possession and damages.

Residential Real Estate- This type of real estate is property for individual housing. For our residential real estate clients, our real estate attorneys represent buyers and sellers, review and prepare real estate contracts and documents relating to the purchase and sale of homes, including but not limited to title, closing and mortgage documents, and leases. Our attorneys also assist with prosecuting evictions, mobile home park law, and unlawful detainers for possession on behalf of landlords and property owners as well as assisting our real estate clients with escrow deposit disputes, breach of contract, securing loan financing, vigorously representing homeowners against Florida homeowners' associations and Florida condominium associations, and Foreclosure Defense.

Residential Foreclosure Process in Florida In Florida, the foreclosure process begins when the homeowner defaults on one or more terms of their Note and Mortgage (“Loan Documents”).  The most common default is the homeowner failing to make the required mortgage payments due, but a default may also result by the homeowner failing to maintain proper insurance, pay taxes due, or transferring the property without paying off their mortgage in full.  Once there is a default, the foreclosure process begins.

  • Notice of Default Letter – In most circumstances, the homeowner will be served with a Notice of Default Letter from the Bank explaining to the homeowner that they have defaulted on their Loan Documents. Typically, mortgages include an Acceleration clause which allows the Bank to require the homeowner to pay-off the entire balance of their loan if they are in default. Traditionally, the homeowner will be given 30 days to “cure” the alleged default by either bringing their loan up to date or paying off their loan per the Acceleration clause in the mortgage. 

  • The Lawsuit – If the default is not cured within the 30 days, the Bank, through their legal counsel, will initiate formal legal proceedings in court, by filing a foreclosure complaint against the homeowner to foreclose on the property. Next, the homeowner is served with the foreclosure lawsuit and once served, the homeowner has 20 days to respond to the foreclosure lawsuit. If the homeowner fails to respond, the Bank will press the case forward by obtaining a default and subsequent default final judgment of foreclosure. If the homeowner does respond to the foreclosure complaint and actively defends the foreclosure lawsuit, the foreclosure case, if not settled in the interim, will ultimately be disposed of through either a motion for summary final judgment or a foreclosure trial.

  • Judgment & Sale– If the Bank is the prevailing party and is successful in obtaining a Final Judgment of Foreclosure against the homeowner, a sale date will be set. This means that the property will be sold at a public auction. The highest bidder at the auction, (the Bank or a third-party), will be the new owner of the property and a certificate of title indicating same will be issued ten (10) calendar days thereafter. The new owner of the property cannot take possession of an occupied property without a writ of possession. If the property is vacant, the new owner may legally take possession of the property after the certificate of title is issued. If the property is still occupied, a writ of possession may be issued through court action and served by the Sheriff’s Office. The writ of possession requires all remaining occupants to vacate the property within 24 hours of being served.

With foreclosure actions on the rise in Palm Beach County and throughtout South Florida in 2019, homeowners need to be prepared and armed. In the event that you are served with a foreclosure lawsuit, we recommend that you immediately seek competent and qualified West Palm Beach FL Foreclosure Defense Attorneys who are both aggressive and experienced in defending foreclosures. Whether you're seeking to enter into a Loan Modification in an attempt to retain the home, a Short Sale to sell the home, or put-up a strong fight, the Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC has the resources, dilligence, and drive, to help place you in the best possible position when fighting the Banks. Please see our 2019 Florida Foreclosure Flow Chart which is a Foreclosure Timeline that generally explains the legal process for a homeowner that is seeking to retain a home in foreclosure.

Landlord Tenant & Evictions Lawyers- When it comes to Landlord Tenant and Evictions, it is recommended that you arm yourself with competent legal counsel that is experienced and knowledgeable with both Florida Statutes Chapter 83 (Florida's Eviction Statute) and the Florida Court System. One wrong move can cost you more time and money in a situation that is already costing you time and money. 

Our West Palm Beach Eviction Attorneys have participated in 1,000+ Landlord Tenant and Eviction matters and have represented numerous Florida Landlords, Property Managers, Investors, Real Estate Agents, and Property Owners in West Palm Beach and throughout the State of Florida with all of their Landlord Tenant and Eviction needs for both commercial and residential properties including but not limited to Evictions for possesion, lease negotiations, security deposit disputes, early terminations, property damage and damage lawsuits, mold, lease violations, and holdover tenants.

In addition to residential and commercial Evictions, our legal staff is well versed with Florida Statutes, Chapter 82, which governs Unlawful Detainer Actions (removal of unauthorized occupants where there is no Landlord/Tenant relationship) and Florida Statutes Chapter 723, which governs Mobile Home Lot Tenancies and Evictions for non-payment of lot rent and violations of the Mobile Home Park's Rules and Regulations.  When searching for West Palm Beach Eviction Lawyers or West Palm Beach Mobile Home Eviction Attorneys, make sure you choose a firm that can deliver results in the fastest time permitted by the law.

What do our West Palm Beach Florida Business Attorneys do?

Palm Beach County Florida Business AttorneysOn a daily basis, Florida businesses are faced with legal issues involving real estate, compliance, buying, selling, creation of a business, contract negotiation, and leasing. Making a wrong move, can seriously impact a business for years to come. As your business is your livelihood, our Lantana Business Lawyers always recommend that you seek competent and qualified legal counsel such as The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC.  

Transactional Business Law- Our West Palm Beach Business Lawyers assist our clients from the ground up. Whether you're looking to start a new business or grow your existing business, we have you covered. Additionally, our Lantana Business Attorneys help businesses with acquisitions and sales including For Sale By Owner, drafting contracts, and most importantly, providing our clients with solutions to everyday problems.

Business Law Litigation- Is your business being sued or does your business need to litigate over a business dispute through arbitration or in the court system? We provide representation in complex litigation involving contracts and other civil disputes from presuit demands and initial negotiatons through trial.

TOP 5 Reasons to Hire a Palm Beach County Florida Business Attorney Now
1. Starting Your New Business
2. Entering Into Contracts
3. Licensing And Tax Information
4. Expanding Your Business And Hiring
5. Have One In Place Before You Need One.

What Do Our West Palm Beach Florida Estate Planning Attorneys Do?

Planning your estate is a very personal endeavor and often times, a highly complex matter. The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC and its West Palm Beach Wills, Trusts and Estates Attorneys are here to assist with your Florida estate plan. Our estate lawyers understand that the process can be unsettling, so our estate attorneys and support staff are here to answer all of your questions and guide you through the process in order to help put you at ease. Our experience and knowledge gives us the ability to help construct and develop a Florida estate plan that is not only creative and comprehensive, but also fully tailored to carry out your individual wishes.

Depending upon the goals you are seeking to achieve with your Florida estate, some of the options we offer include:

  • Probate avoidance techniques;
  • Designating beneficiaries;
  • Gifting options; and
  • Protecting your assets.

Although every client and every estate plan is unique, many plans share common elements.  So it is likely that your plan will contain some, and maybe all, of the following:

  • Florida Last Will and Testament;
  • Florida Revocable Trusts;
  • Florida General Durable (financial) Power of Attorney;
  • Health care directives (power of attorney and Florida living will); 
  • Appointment of representative for funeral and burial arrangements; and
  • Quit Claim Deeds, Life Estate Deeds, Enhanced Life Estate Deeds (Lady-Bird Deeds).

Whether your Florida estate is large or small, simple or complicated, The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC will use special care and diligence to develop a Florida estate plan that meets your needs and your budget.

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