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At times, in business, we enter into agreements with others by creating contracts, to clarify expectations, responsibilities and obligations.
This is most often an effort of good faith and intended to protect both parties (though usually favoring the party writing the contract).
However, while good intentions may be present at the time of entering an agreement, inevitably there are times when two parties do not see eye to eye in regard to the way that agreement is interpreted, for any number of reasons.
If you or your family member are facing a foreclosure in Florida, it will help to understand the steps involved and how a skilled attorney can assist you through the process.
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