We are a law firm that primarily concentrates in real estate and transactional law. Mr. Labovitz has been practicing law in these practice areas for more than 20 years. We handle everything from small residential real estate closings to multi-million dollar commercial deals.
We place our clients first. We are committed to excellence and strive to provide exceptional value and high quality service by being responsive to clients and thorough in each matter that we accept. Not every new client is accepted by us. Instead, we take in only those clients and only those legal matters that we know we can devote the time and experience to achieve the firm’s goals of protecting our client’s interests in a professional and efficient manner.
The firm is approved as a title agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company.
Telephone: (407) 970-8633 (call or text)
David J. Labovitz has been practicing law since 1997 and is licensed in both Florida and Illinois. His practice is focused on real estate transactions, commercial transactions, estate planning and probate, and corporate and business law. David has extensive experience representing both buyers and sellers in all types of commercial and residential real estate transactions. He has represented builders and developers in all aspects of development, from land acquisition through construction and sale. He has taught continuing legal education seminars for attorneys, accountants, and paralegals on the intricacies and tax consequences of 1031 exchanges.
David also has wide-ranging experience counseling businesses on entity formation, asset and stock purchase and sale transactions and on the many ongoing legal issues that companies face on a day-to-day basis. He further assists business owners and individuals with estate planning and business succession planning and has designed estate and succession plans for individuals, families, and businesses with many different asset configurations and levels of net worth. He has also represented families in probate proceedings and both beneficiaries and trust in matters related to trust disputes.