A Quiet Title Action May Be the Smartest Way to Protect your Florida Property

FLorida Quiet Title Action Questions & Answers

Common Quiet Title Action Questions

You'll get answers to questions like: What is a quiet title? Why do you have to quiet a title? How much does a quiet title attorney charge? How long does it take?

Why Choose Robert Peters

Robert Peters has done hundreds of tax deed quiet titles across over 20 counties in the state of Florida. He is the right choice if you want a reliable, affordable, and fast quiet title attorney in Florida.

How to Get Started

We start by doing a Title Search to plan our process. You can't lose with us, why? Because if the ruling is not in our favor, you'll get your attorney's fees, interest, and costs back.


A Quiet Title Action in Florida can save you both Money and Time

When you buy a tax deed property, you can’t obtain title insurance until a Quiet Title action is performed. If you plan to sell your property at a future date, the buyer will insist upon title insurance in order to insure the title to the property for the amount of the purchase price.

When you are a successful bidder at a tax deed sale, the deed to the property you obtain should be free and clear of any other liens or encumbrances, except for certain excluded liens for municipalities, etc. Unfortunately, the buyer of the tax deed property does not have “marketable title” unless a Quiet Title action is performed.

Tax Deed Help From a FL Lawyer for Your Property

In such a situation, a quiet title action will allow the court to address any and all claims that could be asserted by interested parties, and render a final judgment as to ownership as to the property in question.

The Law Firm of Robert Peters handles quiet title actions throughout Florida. As a Real Estate Investor and a Graduate of Florida State University with a degree in Real Estate, Robert understands what needs to be done to get a clear title on your property so you can proceed with selling or re-financing it with as minimal problems as possible.

Contact a Florida Attorney for a Free Consultation at: (904) 217-6474

 

"If the ruling is not in our favor, you’ll get your attorney’s fees, interest, and costs back."
Attorney Robert Peters
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Offering Quiet Title & Tax Deed Assistance in These Florida Counties:

Alachua | Baker | Bay | Bradford | Brevard | Broward | Calhoun | Charlotte | Citrus | Clay | Collier | Columbia DeSoto | Dixie | Duval Escambia | Flagler | Franklin
Gadsden | Gilchrist | Glades | Gulf | Hamilton | Hardee | Hendry | Hernando | Highlands | Hillsborough | Holmes | Indian River | Jackson | Jefferson
Lafayette | Lake | Lee | Leon | Levy | Liberty | Madison | Manatee | Marion | Martin | Miami - Dade | Monroe | Nassau | Okaloosa | Okeechobee | Orange | Osceola
Palm Beach | Pasco | Pinellas | Polk | Putnam | Santa Rosa | Sarasota | Seminole | Saint Johns | Saint Lucie | Sumter | Suwannee | Taylor | Union | Volusia | Wakulla | Walton | Washington