Contact Us Today (407) 294-9959


Recent notes from our blog

The CDC Has Issued A New Eviction Moratorium In Communities With Substantial or High Levels of Community Transmission of COVID-19

Posted by Debi Rumph | Aug 05, 2021 | 0 Comments

The CDC's New Eviction Moratorium (“New Moratorium”) is set to expire on October 3, 2021, unless extended, modified, or rescinded. See However, the New Moratorium does not apply to everyone. To be entitled to pr...

It’s Time to Plan Right Now!!! The CDC Eviction Moratorium is now extended until July 31, 2021—Which is intended to be the Final Extension!

Posted by Debi Rumph | Jul 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Moratorium's new expiration date is July 31, 2021, unless extended, modified, or rescinded. See However, this extension is intended to be the LAST extension. What Should A Tenant Do to Assert CO...

Can’t Pay Your Rent? Our Florida Wants to Help!

Posted by Debi Rumph | Jun 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Our Florida is a Florida federally-funded relief program to support residents and businesses as they continue to recover and rebuild.  It makes up to 12 months of rental payments and utility payments for those who are eligible. Am I eligible? You are eligible if you: • Are a renter in Florida; ...

Have You Withheld Rent from Your Landlord? What is Next?

Posted by Debi Rumph | Jan 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

Although Florida law requires a tenant to withhold rent to preserve the tenants' rights under the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (“Act”), doing so can be quite tricky. If you have not already done so, you may want to read the following articles: Put Your Landlord On Notice For Failure To Mak...


Posted by Debi Rumph | Dec 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

A free telephone call can be a fantastic experience. It gives you an law firm's undivided and direct attention to get much-needed information on a subject. However, it has its limitations. Therefore, you should prepare yourself as best you can to maximize your experience. We provide five (5) m...


Posted by Debi Rumph | Nov 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

Full Pre-Litigation Representation is a service offered to help you with your disputes with your landlord. This service involves handling the entire process, including reviewing your documents, advising you, developing your customized strategy, gathering evidence, and communicating directly with your landlord to resolve the dispute. The service is limited to three months, a successful settlement, or an impasse, whichever occurs first, and it does not include Court Representation. Once you're ready to proceed, you'll receive an invoice and a retainer, and the next step involves an interview, document requests, and possible client conference, homework, or document drafting. The service includes document preparation for both you and us to send to your landlord, and if necessary, a letter or notice to the landlord to let them know that you are serious and that we are willing to fight. If you're interested in Full Representation, please contact us by email, text, or call.

Lease Termination: What Is Your End Game?

Posted by Debi Rumph | Nov 02, 2020 | 0 Comments

Before attempting to hold a landlord accountable for making repairs, providing pest control, providing quiet enjoyments, etc. under Fla. Stat. s. 83.56, you should determine your ultimate goal. Is your ultimate goal to terminate the lease and move out as quickly as you can? Or is this process mer...

The Most Effective COVID-19 Defense for Floridian Tenants: The CDC Temporary Halt In Residential Evictions To Prevent The Further Spread Of Covid-19 (CDC Eviction Ban”)

Posted by Debi Rumph | Oct 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

There is currently one (1) noteworthy eviction bans for Floridian tenants: the CDC Eviction Moratorium. However, even this ban will have its legal challenges. CDC Eviction Moratorium This ban protects residential tenants up until December 31, 2020, who completes the following declaration under th...

  • 2 of 5