Boca Raton Real Estate Lawyers

Anyone who has visited Boca Raton knows that it's one of the most gorgeous and luxurious places in Florida. Geographically, Boca Raton is the southernmost city in Palm Beach County, Florida. Incorporated in 1925, Boca Raton is a coastal city with over 2 miles of beautifully preserved beaches and state parks located just 20 miles north of Fort Lauderdale and 30 miles south of Palm Beach and 50 miles north of Miami. The meaning of the city's name is sometimes mistakenly translated from Spanish "Boca Raton" (Rat's Mouth") but the name is likely a more colloquial translation, "Thieves Inlet", which refers to a nearby geographical inlet in Biscayne Bay.

The attorneys at Jordan and Pascale, P.L. offer quality Boca Raton legal services. Jordan and Pascale can handle your real estate lawsuit, whether it involves mediation or litigation resulting from any of the following real estate disputes:

  • Division of Real Property (Partition)
  • Rea Estate Closings
  • Tax Deeds
  • Quiet Title
  • Escrow disputes
  • Commercial Landlord Tenant issues
  • Evictions and Ejectments
  • Conflicting/ Incompatible property uses (sober homes, outdoor gyms, etc.)
  • Small Estates/ Summary Administration/ Lady Bird Deeds
  • Land trusts
  • Zoning and Land Use issues

While the hope is in most cases people and businesses will have smooth real estate transactions, the reality is that Boca Raton has a strict building and development codes for commercial buildings, building signs, and advertisements within the city limits. For example, no outdoor car dealerships are allowed in the municipality and no billboards are permitted except for one, which was grandfathered in during annexation. Even McDonald’s had to reduce the size of its Golden Arches. Along with code issues, frequent Boca Raton Real Estate legal issues include partition, quiet tile, landlord tenant, purchase and sale of real property, property management matters, association disputes, land use and zoning. As such, people who encounter issues with their real estate transactions or business dealings in Boca Raton will need to hire a Boca Raton Lawyer who will represent them aggressively and efficiently in order to get them results.

Never the less, there are so many reasons to call Boca Raton home… In 2010 Boca Raton beach was named was the best-restored beach in US and voted one of the safest places to live according to Forbes magazine. Affluent, educated, and cultured Boca Raton residents boast one of the highest salaries in the US. Also at the time of the last census in 2010, all of the public schools in Boca Raton were “A” rated schools. Boca Raton is home to Florida Atlantic University with over 29,000 students and a Division I athletics program. Boca Raton is also home to the Caldwell Theatre Company, the longest-running professional theater in South Florida and the International Cartoon Museum. Boca Raton Resort and Club is a world-class resort, its tower stands 91m making it the tallest building between West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach. For those who enjoy shopping, Boca has the largest indoor mall in Palm Beach County - Town Center Mall. Boca also has one of the nation’s busiest privately owned airports, which was originally made and used for bomber planes in WWII.

Corporations to call Boca Raton Home include Tyco international, Office Depot and GEO Group. In the 1960s, IBM moved one of its computer facilities to Boca Raton, and it was at this facility where the very first IBM PC (personal computer) was developed in 1981.

Real estate has always been at the forefront of Boca Raton commerce. Boca Raton is famous for its Spanish Colonial Revival and Mediterranean Revival architecture seen in many of its neighborhoods and inspired by former resident and developer Addison Mizner. It was Mizner’s dream to create the city of Boca Raton. Now, Boca Raton has 3 of the ten most expensive gated communities in the nation. Tennis professional player Andy Roddick owns an estate in Boca Raton, famous US/Spain soccer player Jozy Altidore resides part time and pop-star Arianna Grande grew up in Boca Raton.

Jordan + Pascale has an office located in neighboring Delray Beach right on Atlantic Ave., so if you have questions about law in Boca Raton, you can give us a call. Jordan + Pascale have worked on many real estate cases throughout South Florida and in Boca Raton so you have the confidence of knowing we have the experience to answer a wide variety of legal questions. For a free consultation about Boca Raton legal issues, you can log on to jordanpascale.com or call 1-561-422-4137.