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FLORIDA WORTHLESS CHECK STATUTE – BAD CHECK LAW

SOUTH FLORIDA LITIGATION LAWYERS

FLORIDA WORTHLESS CHECK STATUTE §832.05

Florida law (Fla. Stat. §832.05)  makes it not only a civil offense to write a bad check, or issue a check that the remitter knows has no funds and will not clear, but also makes it a misdemeanor or felony in the State of Florida, depending on the face amount of the worthless check.

Definition of Worthless Check

Under Section 832.05(2)(a), Florida Statutes, it is a criminal offense for any person, firm, or corporation to obtain any services, goods, or other things of value by means of a check, draft, or other written order knowing at the time of the issuance of such check that there are insufficient funds on deposit to cover the transaction.

Although most prosecutions under the statute are directed at “bounced” or “bad” checks, the statute applies to a variety of orders to pay money and “commercial paper,” and to a variety of types of drawees and transactions. It even applies to debit cards.

In general, the term ‘check’ means a draft, other than a documentary draft, payable on demand and drawn on a bank or a cashier’s check or teller’s check. An instrument may be a check even though it is described by another term, such as ‘money order.’ Fla. Stat. § 673.1041(6).

Criminal Aspect of the Worthless Check:

Any person who issues what is coined a “worthless check” in Florida, may be prosecuted criminally under Chapter 832 of the Florida Statutes. A person is presumed to have the intent to defraud or knowledge of insufficient funds in the drawee bank unless he or she, or someone for him or her, have paid the holder of the worthless check the face amount of the check, together with a service charge not to exceed the service fees authorized under Section  832.08(5) of the Florida Statutes or an amount of up to 5 percent of the face amount of the check, whichever is greater, within 15 days (30 days for civil actions) after receiving written notice that such check has not been paid to the holder thereof, and bank fees incurred by the holder. Fla. Stat. § 832.07

This penalty does not apply to any check when the payee or holder knows or has been expressly notified prior to the drawing or uttering of the check, or

Civil Court is different.  Once can sue for three times the amount of the check, called “treble damages”.  See

Fla. Stat. §68.065 (for civil actions to collect worthless checks, drafts, or orders of payment) allows for recovery of treble damages, service charges, attorneys’ fees, and costs if its provisions are not followed. Before litigation is initiated, the form of notice set forth in Fla. Stat. §68.065 must be delivered by certified or registered mail, or by first-class mail, evidenced by an affidavit of service of mail, to the maker or drawer of the check, draft, or order of payment. If notice is properly provided, the maker or drawer will be liable to the payee for, in addition to the amount owing on the check, damages of triple the amount owing, a statutory service charge based on the check amount, reasonable attorneys’ fees, and court costs. If the notice is sent via certified mail and the recipient refuses to claim the notice or sign the postal receipt, the statutory notice requirement is satisfied.

The Required Notice

In order to file a civil action the remitter of the check must first be notified by certified mail or registered mail.  The notice must contain certain language as follows:

“You are hereby notified that a check, numbered _____, in the face amount of $_____, issued by you on  (date) , drawn upon  (name of bank) , and payable to _____, has been dishonored. Pursuant to Florida law, you have 30 days from receipt of this notice to tender payment of the full amount of such check plus a service charge of $25, if the face value does not exceed $50, $30, if the face value exceeds $50 but does not exceed $300, $40, if the face value exceeds $300, or an amount of up to 5 percent of the face amount of the check, whichever is greater, the total amount due being $_____ and _____ cents. Unless this amount is paid in full within the time specified above, the holder of such check may turn over the dishonored check and all other available information relating to this incident to the state attorney for criminal prosecution. You may be additionally liable in a civil action for triple the amount of the check, but in no case less than $50, together with the amount of the check, a service charge, court costs, reasonable attorney fees, and incurred bank fees, as provided in s. 68.065 and/or s. 832.07.”

Secondary persons receiving a check from the original payee or a successor endorsee have the same rights that the original payee has against the maker of the instrument, provided such subsequent persons give notice in a substantially similar form to that provided above. . Fla. Stat. § 832.07.

Prosecution for a Worthless Check

In any prosecution or action on a worthless check, payment of the check by the debtor does not constitute a defense or ground for dismissal of the charges. Fla. Stat. § 832.05(5).  If the court determines that the failure to satisfy the dishonored check was due to economic hardship, however, the court has the discretion to waive all or part of the statutory damages.

In a criminal prosecution, the maker of the worthless check may be subject to a misdemeanor charge if the violation involves a misdemeanor and the check amount is less than $150.00, or a felony if the check is in excess of that amount. Fla. Stat. § 832.05(4)(c). Penalties may include up to 5 years in prison or a $1,000 fine for Felonies and up to $300 or six months in jail for Misdemeanors.

Please keep in mind there is a statute of limitations as well for processing a claim against the payor of a worthless check and bringing suit.

At the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A., we have extensive litigation experience and have been representing clients with bringing suits for worthless checks for over 18 years.    Before you decide to write the letter yourself, contact us.  We will get it right the first time and process your case in the most efficient manner possible.

We are here to help and protect your rights. Allow us to go to work for you! We offer free phone consultations, and a no cost review of your case. 

Call us today.   305.669.5280 and see how we can help you.


About the Author:

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A. Real Estate and Business Law Group. With over 18 years experience including holding a dual degree in Accounting, her broad knowledge and experience in litigation  including giving numerous pro bono seminars for Legal Aid and Put Something Back project,  attorney Salcines serves to aggressively protect and defend our firm’s clients.

Call us today to set up a  free consultation to discuss your specific needs. We are here for you!

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq.

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

FORECLOSURE AND MORTGAGE RELIEF AFTER HURRICANE IRMA

SOUTH FLORIDA MORTGAGE LAWYERS

FORECLOSURE AND MORTGAGE  SETTLEMENT IN FLORIDA

If your home or business suffered damage from Hurricane Irma, that affected both your income and ability to pay the mortgage, you are not alone. Thousands of homeowners and business owners across the state experienced the same loss to property and businesses due to Hurricane Irma. While many banks, creditors and agencies granted moratoriums on foreclosures, and agreed to waive late fees or even granted forbearances for 90 days, the time has run. Many homeowners are still not able to get back on their feet and have defaulted on their mortgage and mortgage balances.

If you are one of these homeowners that is now unable to catch up and pay your mortgage,  you need to act fast so that the mortgagee or creditor does not foreclose or file a suit. Late payments and past due default or debt can be negotiated and a suit avoided.  In order to have a successful negotiation and settlement you need a knowledgeable attorney on  your side.

In practice for over 18 years, many of these years have been spent defending foreclosures for client and  negotiating mortgage debt, and credit card debt for our clients.

Allow our extensive experience working with mortgage lenders and creditors to go to work for you.

We offer free phone consultations, and a no cost review of your case. 

Call us today.   305.669.5280 and see how we can help you.


About the Author:

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A. Real Estate and Business Law Group. With over 18 years experience including holding a dual degree in Accounting, her broad knowledge of DEBT SETTLEMENT serves to aggressively protect and defend our firm’s clients.

Call us today to set up a  free consultation to discuss your specific needs. We are here for you!

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

HUD Relief Coming to Florida for Hurricane Irma Relief

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS

Hands - Holding HouseLast week, HUD announced that it was granting $615.9 million dollars in grant funds to the State of Florida to help us recover from damages caused by Hurricane Irma floods.  This comes after a November grant of $5 billion for Texas hurricane damages.

The funds, almost $616 million, are to be spread out through the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and is set to give hurricane assistance for housing damages by Irma, business losses, and damage to infrastructure.

If you experienced serious damage due to Hurricane Irma, to either your property or your business, then you may be eligible to receive the hurricane relief funds set up by HUD.

If you require assistance, call one of the many numbers set up by the State of Florida and HUD. Or call us.

 

Florida residents may also call their  recovery assistance representatives to see if they are eligible.  This information can be found by visiting  http://www.hud.gov and http://espanol.hud.gov.

Also, Florida has two HUD Field Offices:

Jacksonville Office
Charles E. Bennett Federal Building
400 W. Bay Street, Suite 1015
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone: (904) 232-2627
Fax: (904) 232-3759
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Miami Office
Brickell Plaza Federal Building
909 SE First Avenue,
Room 500
Miami, FL 33131-3028
Phone: (305)536-4456
Fax: (305) 536-5765
TTY: (305) 536-4743
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

 

Call us today for a free no obligation consultation.

Law Offices of Jacqueline Salcines, PA

706 S. Dixie Highway

Second FL

Coral Gables, Florida 33146

Tel.  305  669  5280

Email: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

FIND A LAWYER … REAL ESTATE LAW LAWYER MIAMI

SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LAWYERS

It has become increasingly easier, with the use of the internet, and such websites as AVVO.COM and Justia, to locate an attorney who specializes in your area of need.  Whether you seek a real estate attorney, a litigation attorney, a landlord tenant lawyer, or any other type of lawyer, finding one is a click away. However, the internet should not the sole source for such referrals.  Visit the attorney’s website.  Ask around for referrals of friends and family who have had a good experience with a lawyer.  And read our reviews.  And of most important, the consultation with the attorney should be free of charge and should be face to face with the attorney, not support staff.

  • The hiring of an attorney usually comes at a time of need or extreme urgency.  Lets face it. We don’t have attorneys on our list of favorites and we aren’t calling them daily.  However, when you do need them, the attorney should be readily available and able to assist.
  • At the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A., we pride ourselves on providing excellent and timely customer service to our clients and potential clients.  Our firm handles all matters involving real estate, title services, escrow services, litigation, mortgage services and all real estate related issues including:
    • Real Estate Contract Preparation
    • Real Estate Contract Review
    • Escrow Services
    • Title Services
    • Landlord/Tenant law and evictions
    • Litigation
    • Attorney Jacqueline A. Salcines, founding partner and chief operating officer, has been practicing law since 1999, has her Juris Doctorate degree in Law from the University of Miami School of Law, her Accounting Degree from the University of Miami School of Business Administration,  and is also a licensed real estate broker.  With broad experience with both transactional and general civil litigation, her extensive knowledge in real estate and business has allowed us to assist clients for over 18 years in Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe Counties.

Allow us to put our experience to work for you.

HOW TO SETTLE A LINE OF CREDIT SECOND MORTGAGE (HELOC)

SOUTH FLORIDA MORTGAGE AND DEBT SETTLEMENT LAWYERS

MORTGAGE DEBT SETTLEMENT IN FLORIDA

A recent news article predicts a steep increase in line of credits and HELOC foreclosures this year based on the number of borrowers that took out lines of credits or second mortgages (HELOC) on their houses when property values increased over the last two years.  After Hurricane Irma and with stagnant property values in the past months, some borrowers were forced to default on their lines of credits.

If you are one of the many homeowners who have lines of credit or HELOC’s on their homes, in a second position after their first mortgage,  you may now be in a position to settle the debt.  With so many properties still under water, that is, the mortgage balance owed on the first mortgage is greater then the value of the property, many lenders who hold lines of credits are more than willing to settle the amounts owed on the mortgage with the borrowers.

In order to have a successful negotiation and settlement wherein the result is the complete forgiveness of the debt owed on the line of credit, it is crucial to following certain steps in order to have the mortgage lender agree to accept a short payoff.

After years of  negotiating these line of credit mortgages for our clients, we are well versed in first obtaining a CMA or Comparative Market Analysis, crafting a correct hardship letter and sending the lender the documents they required.

This settlement is not a loan modification nor does it require the production of mountains and mountains of financial documents to the lender.

There is no required Request for Mortgage Assistance (RMA) nor loan modification applications required either.

Rather, we start with a demand and proposal letter and provide the documents we know the lender will request.  And from there, the negotiation often is resolved within 30 days.  Our extensive experience working with mortgage lenders  and borrowers places us in a position to extensively negotiate for you. So that you end up paying only a small portion of the debt.

Allow us to go to work for you and negotiate your Home Equity Line of Credit debt.

We offer free phone consultations, and a no cost review of your case. 

Call us today.   305.669.5280 and see how we can help you.


About the Author:

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A. Real Estate and Business Law Group. With over 18 years experience including holding a dual degree in Accounting, her broad knowledge of DEBT SETTLEMENT serves to aggressively protect and defend our firm’s clients.

Call us today to set up a  free consultation to discuss your specific needs. We are here for you!

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

SHORT SALES ON THE RISE IN SOUTH FLORIDA

SOUTH FLORIDA SHORT SALE ATTORNEYS

REAL ESTATE LAW

Short Sales, where the mortgage company agrees to accept a “short” payoff of their mortgage (less to pay off the mortgage then what is owed) are experiencing a comeback.  Perhaps it is the fact that second lenders are filing foreclosure actions at higher speeds, or the statute of limitations is running on mortgages, whatever the cause, short sales are slowly increasing.

In a short sale, the homeowner lists the property for sale at a price lower then what is owed to the mortgage company.  The balance to the mortgage company is then negotiated so that the lender accepts the sales price, pays the borrowers closing costs and the borrower’s mortgage debt or balance is forgiven.

A true short sale, done accurately and proficiently will erase the mortgage balance AND the lender will agree to waive or never collect the balance of the mortgage. This is true whether Property values and real estate sales in South Florida and across almost all parts of the country  are thriving.  However, for a select few, short sales still linger.  Many lines of credits with ten-year and 5-year maturity dates are beginning to mature, causing homeowner mortgage payments to rise significantly, wherein the borrower/homeowner can no longer afford their mortgage payments.

Even if home values remain on the increase, if a homeowner can no longer afford their payment, they may try to short sale or modify their loan to see if they can save the home or exit gracefully.

At the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A., our lead attorney brings extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of negotiating short sales and loan modifications.  We have an in-house short sale and loss mitigation department headed by managers with extensive experience. Jacqueline Salcines, Esq.is also an attorney, title agent and accountant, able to handle the full transaction without having to contract any outside services, saving the borrower money.    We are here to help iron out issues and move the transaction from imminent default to resolution.

With prompt intervention to resolve disputes amicably, without the need to litigate,  we are here to get borrowers the results they desire. Call us today to see what we can do for you.

For more than 18 years, Jacqueline Salcines has been practicing law with the need of her clients first.  Upon calling the firm you get the feel of how the client is our first priority.  We are here to help you with your purchase or sale and do so with hands-on legal experience.

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

LANDLORD TENANT – TENANT TERMINATION LETTERS

SOUTH FLORIDA LANDLORD TENANT LAWYERS

TENANT TERMINATION LETTER

Allowing a tenant to remain in a property after the natural expiration of the lease term, often results in the Residential Lease converting into a  month to month residential lease.  Not all leases have a termination clause that requires either party to terminate in writing or to extend.  Rather, the leases are silent or state that if the tenant remains after the last day of the lease, it becomes a month to month lease, with a termination at will (that is, at the discretion and election of either the tenant or the landlord).

The issue arises, however, when the tenant stays on another month or two to live out the security deposit.  This is not only illegal, but  places the landlord in a predicament if there are any damages to the property.  Cases like this almost always end up in litigation, in a landlord tenant eviction, for non payment.  Tenant thinks they have a month to live, landlord wants them out as soon as possible with protection for damages.

Landlord Tenant Statutes in Florida, Chapter §83, requires that if a tenant remains in possession after the natural expiration of the residential lease, the Landlord must send a Termination of Tenancy Letter.  That letter requires certain time frames for removal. For example, a month to month tenant, must be given 15 days to move out.  If they do not move out after the 15th day, that does not mean the landlord can go in and remove them and the tenant’s possessions. Rather, that gives the Landlord permission to now file an eviction suit.

Any tenant that stays on past the termination of tenancy 15 days, is considered a “holdover” tenant and is liable for double rent to the landlord.  While this may appear to protect the landlord, often tenants are judgment proof and collecting the monies after they are gone is almost impossible.

The termination of tenancy letter to the tenant must contain certain language as required per statute.

At the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A., we have been assisting Landlords and tenants with landlord tenant actions for over 18 years.  Before you decide to write the letter yourself, contact us.  We will get it right the first time and process your case in the most efficient manner possible.

We are here to help and protect your rights. Allow us to go to work for you! We offer free phone consultations, and a no cost review of your case. 

Call us today.   305.669.5280 and see how we can help you.


About the Author:

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A. Real Estate and Business Law Group. With over 18 years experience including holding a dual degree in Accounting, her broad knowledge of LANDLORD TENANT LAW including giving numerous pro bono seminars for Legal Aid and Put Something Back project,  attorney Salcines serves to aggressively protect and defend our firm’s clients.

Call us today to set up a  free consultation to discuss your specific needs. We are here for you!

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq.

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

NEW LINE OF DEFENSE FOR DYCK O’NEAL LAWSUITS

SOUTH FLORIDA DEBT SETTLEMENT LAWYERS

DYCK O’NEAL LAWSUITS FOR FORECLOSURE MORTGAGE DEFICIENCY BALANCES

DEBT SETTLEMENT ATTORNEYS

Dyck O’Neal continues on the prowl for South Florida debtors.  Not only is a privately owned debt collection company filing foreclosure and short deficiency lawsuits in Florida, but now they are actively transferring judgments from out of state foreclosures, to Florida.  Dyck O’Neal,  a company who was  approached by Fannie Mae years ago, bought up thousands of stale foreclosure judgments in Florida and across the country,  and filed suits at the 11th hour, when the statute of limitations was about to run out.

But debtors should know that even if you receive collection letters from Dyck O’Neal or are sued for the balances on debt they purchased, these suits can be defended and can be won.  Numerous defenses exist including the statute of limitations as well as practices under the Fair Debt Collections Act. If unlawful, some of these suits or collections can be extinguished all together.  If valid, they can be settled for pennies on the dollar.   But you must act timely. If you are served with a lawsuit by Dyck O’Neal,  you will have twenty (20) days to respond.  That means, 20 days to hire a lawyer to review your complaint and file a Motion representing you.

That’s where the Law Offices of Jacqueline Salcines, PA comes in. We have fought these Dyck O’Neal suits and settled them for pennies on the dollar. Often, the homeowner is protected under the Foreclosure Act, and Dyck O’Neal must walk away. Other times, they settle for pennies on the dollar.

It helps to have an attorney who is familiar with Dyck O’Neal suits, and how to litigate and fight them.  At the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A., we have been assisting borrowers with their deficiency lawsuits and their debt settlement for over 17 years.   You have the right to settle your debt for potions of what you owe.  We are here to help and protect your rights.

Allow us to go to work for you and negotiate your debt.

We offer free phone consultations, and a no cost review of your case. 

Call us today.   305.669.5280 and see how we can help you.


About the Author:

Jacqueline A. Salcines, Esq is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Law Offices of Jacqueline A. Salcines, P.A. Real Estate and Business Law Group. With over 17 years experience including holding a dual degree in Accounting, her broad knowledge of DEBT SETTLEMENT serves to aggressively protect and defend our firm’s clients.

Call us today to set up a  free consultation to discuss your specific needs. We are here for you!

Main office 305 | 669 | 5280. Or email the attorney directly: J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LAWYER

SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LAWYERS

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, P.A.
TEL.  305.669.5280
J.SALCINES@SALCINESLAW.COM

  1. Call us today for all your real estate, title and closing needs.
  2. Attorney Jacqueline A. Salcines, founding partner and chief operating officer, has been practicing law since 1999, has her Juris Doctorate degree in Law from the University of Miami School of Law, her Accounting Degree from the University of Miami School of Business Administration,  and is also a licensed real estate broker.  With broad experience with both transactional and general civil litigation, her extensive knowledge in real estate and business has allowed us to assist clients for over 18 years in Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe Counties.

Allow us to put our experience to work for you.

 

REAL ESTATE, TITLE AND ESCROW SERVICES

SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LAWYERS

Since opening our doors over 18 years ago, JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, P.A. has been performing real estate closings, both residential and commercial, offering full title services, as well as escrow services.  Representing clients from all over the world, we deliver the highest level of personal services to both buyer and sellers, as well as our real estate and banking partners.

WHY CHOOSE US?  With our state of the art digital platform, including electronic recording and digital hosting, there is no geographical limit to the clients we can serve.  Moreover, as an accountant, there is no need for foreign clients to have to enlist or contract the services of an outside CPA or accountant to provide advice or services related to FIRPTA or taxes.  “We handle the real estate transaction from contract to closing, and everything in between.”

Offering the following services, we are conveniently located in Coral Gables and here to serve our clients around the clock:

  1. Contract preparation and review;
  2. Lien searches;
  3. Title search, examination and title agent services;
  4. Escrow services;
  5. Closing services;
  6. Survey requests;
  7. Association matters;
  8. Probate and Estate filings;
  9. Business incorporations including  LLC, INC and other business formations related to closing;
  10. FIRPTA services;
  11. 1031 Exchange services;
  12. Lien negotiation and resolution
  13. Landlord/tenant matters regarding removal of tenants for closings.

Attorney Jacqueline A. Salcines, founding partner and chief operating officer, has been practicing law since 1999, has her Juris Doctorate degree in Law from the University of Miami School of Law, her Accounting Degree from the University of Miami School of Business Administration,  and is also a licensed real estate broker.  With broad experience with both transactional and general civil litigation, her extensive knowledge in real estate and business has allowed us to assist clients for over 18 years in Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe Counties.

Allow us to put our experience to work for you.


TRUST |  COMMITMENT  | RESULTS

Jacqueline A. Salcines

Jacqueline A. Salcines

JACQUELINE A. SALCINES, ESQ.
706 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
SECOND FLOOR
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
TEL. 305 669 5280

Email:  J.Salcines@Salcineslaw.com