Yesner Law was created to help homeowners, borrowers, consumers, and real estate investors buy, sell, protect, and preserve the single greatest asset someone will own in their lifetime – a home. Our founder, Shawn M. Yesner, has been practicing law since 1998, and over the years we have had the opportunity to represent thousands of consumers, lenders and investors. Over these many years, we have been able to generate successful outcomes for our valued clients.
From the variety and depths of the cases we have managed, we have developed a series of practice area systems that address our clients concerns and needs on a personal and individual basis. Our clients are not passed around to various associate attorneys, paralegals or other staff. We work with our clients, as a team, to provide an individualized plan designed to our clients’ specific needs or goals.
The website is designed as we would take a client through our initial, free, one-hour consultation.
If you are a private individual impacted by our current recession or you have fallen on challenging times, we offer support and counsel in the following areas:
If you have any questions or would like further information regarding any of our practice areas, we always encourage all individuals to reach out to us for a FREE one-hour consultation so that you understand that there are always options.
The Florida Bar and the Florida Association of Realtors® established a Realtor®–Attorney Joint Committee in 1973, comprised of 10 attorneys and 10 Realtors® appointed by their respective organizations. The FAR/BAR Residential Contract for Sale and Purchase and Comprehensive
When the bank takes the property back and pays the twelve months to the association. What happens to the balance, in essense? Good question. The statute says that the owner is jointly and severely liable with the previous owners
Florida Statute, Section 95.11(2) imposes a five-year statute of limitations to sue for default on: “(b) A legal … action on a contract, obligation, or liability founded on a written instrument …” and “(c) An action to foreclose a