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Sharan Law Services strives to offer thorough civil legal assistance to its clients.

About Sharan Law Services P.A.

At Sharan Law Services P.A., we prioritize our clients, recognizing that their legal needs are as diverse as their backgrounds. Our commitment is reflected in our comprehensive range of services, meticulously tailored to address the unique challenges our clients may encounter. With specialized expertise in Real Estate, Association disputes, Business, Immigration, and First Party Insurance, we stand as a formidable legal ally across multiple domains.
What sets us apart is our unwavering commitment to viewing clients not merely as individuals seeking legal assistance but as partners embarking on a collective legal journey. We firmly believe that the success of our clients is inseparable from the quality of our commitment and expertise. Our goal extends beyond providing legal services; it is to cultivate enduring relationships founded on trust, transparency, and unwavering support.
We take pride in forging lasting partnerships, understanding that our clients’ success is a direct reflection of our success. At Sharan Law Services P.A., we are more than a law firm; we are devoted partners, consistently chosen by our clients as their trusted legal ally. Your success is our success, and we stand ready to be the unwavering legal partner you turn to time and again.

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Our firm boasts specialized expertise in Condominium/Homeowner’s Association law and disputes. This allows us to navigate the intricacies inherent in conflicts with Condo/HOA Associations.


Whether you are at the inception stage, requiring assistance with business formation, in need of tailored contracts for clients and employees, or navigating complex business disputes, our firm is dedicated to providing the assistance you require.

First Party Insurance Disputes

Our firm is dedicated to advocating for the rights and interests of homeowners, ensuring that they receive the compensation and support they deserve when facing the challenges brought on by unexpected events.


Whether you are navigating family immigration processes, seeking employment-related visas, or exploring opportunities through investor visas, our experienced team is here to guide you through every step of the immigration journey.

Real Estate

We are here to help you with all of your real estate -related needs. Our dedicated team is well-versed in a wide range of real estate matters, providing expert guidance and legal support tailored to your specific situation.

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At Sharan Law Services P.A., we offer initial consultations and provide high-quality legal services at affordable rates, ensuring accessible justice for all our clients

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Frequently Asked Questions

Repayment plans are an agreement with the lender for how you will make the missed payments. Often, you can agree to pay the lender a sum of additional money, on top of your monthly mortgage that is only for payment of the missed payments, if you are unable to make these payments all at once.
This is an option available to you if you no longer want the property. A Deed in Lieu is an agreement with the lender where you voluntarily turn over your property to the lender. However, prior to signing the deed over, you must make sure that the lender will not come back after you for any more amounts owed.
Absolutely. A common misconception is that a bank can’t come after you if you bought property at another foreclosure auction. The bank has the highest priority and can foreclose on any property if the borrower is in default, even if you just bought the property at an association foreclosure one day before the bank filed its case. This is why it’s important that you hire us to review title on the property prior to buying it.
While your recourse is limited, yes, you absolutely have recourse. You can’t fight the association based on the Declaration, but Florida law protects you from discrimination. If you feel that you have been discriminated against by either your landlord, property management team, or the Association itself, call us today to go over your options.
Under Florida law, the new buyer of the property is jointly and severally liable for all unpaid assessments with the prior owner. However, there are ways that we can help reduce the amount owed and sometimes, even get rid of the past assessments.
Florida law requires that the Landlord give you a thirty day notice of termination.
The ability of a landlord to increase rent depends on the terms of the lease agreement and state law. Many cities and counties have their own regulations on how much notice is required prior to increasing the rent. However, it primarily depends on the lease agreement.
Landlords are required to give reasonable notice to enter their property, but this notice has to be regarding either inspection or repairs. A landlord cannot consistently enter rented premises to harass a tenant.
A Tenant that believes there is mold in the property, must notify the Landlord of that issue in writing. The Tenant must demand prompt remediation. Take photographs or videos of the mold and keep records of communication. If the Landlord does nothing, the Tenant has the right to withhold rent and/or terminate the lease. However, you should consult us prior to withholding rent and/or terminating the lease because proper protocol needs to be followed in order for your notice to be valid.
Loss mitigation is the process through which borrowers and lenders work together to find alternatives to foreclosure in situations where the borrower is struggling to make mortgage payments. The goal of loss mitigation is to mitigate or minimize the financial loss for both parties by finding a mutually agreeable solution that allows the borrower to retain homeownership and the lender to recover as much of the outstanding debt as possible.
Loan Modification, forbearance, repayment plan, short sale, deed in Lieu of Foreclosure, partial claim
A loan modification is essentially that it modifies your current loan agreement with lender by reducing your monthly mortgage to a more manageable sum. These modifications may include lowering the interest rate, extending the loan term, or reducing the principal balance.
For some borrowers that are going through temporary hardship, forbearance is a great option. This is when the lender temporarily halts the monthly mortgage payments. However, these payments still need to be made when the forbearance time has expired and an agreement can be made as to how you will pay back these payments, while remaining current on the rest of your loan.
A short sale is when you sell your property for less than what is owed to the Lender. Hence, if your property is worth 500k but you owe 750k to the lender, and the Lender agrees for you to sell the property for less than 750k, then this would be considered a short sale. Usually, lenders will agree to a short sale earlier in the foreclosure process, as it allows them to save money and time. Remember, a short sale can impact your credit and the Lender may still come after you for the difference owed, which is why you must negotiate a waiver of deficiency judgment when you agree to do the short sale. Call us to find out if a Short Sale is in your best interest.
As a unit owner/homeowner, the Board of Directors and the Association owe you a fiduciary duty. If they violate this duty, there are many options that you have available such as moving for a new board, legal action or even criminal charges.
Your lease agreement would control what recourses the Tenant and/or Landlord have. In some cases, your lease agreement may still require the Tenant to pay the entire lease term, even if the Tenant gives proper notice. The Landlord can also have a claim on the Security Deposit for unpaid rent. Many a times, the lease states that the Landlord will mitigate its damages. This means that a Landlord is generally required to make reasonable efforts to mitigate damages by attempting to re-rent the property. If the Landlord is successful in finding another tenant than the original tenant may be responsible for only the period during which the property remained vacant, as well as other costs incurred by the landlord.
  1. Always read the Summons.  The Summons tells you who the attorney is that represents the person/entity suing you  and their contact information.
  2. The Summons will tell you how long you have to file a response to the Complaint by. 
  3. In 2023, Florida Rules of General Practice Judicial Administration 2.516 was amended to provide that all parties, including Pro Se (individuals who represent themselves), must serve a designation of a primary email address – unless otherwise excused by the Clerk of Court. In order to be excused from designating a primary email address, you must go to the Clerk of Court and file a document, under penalty of perjury, stating that you do not have an email account or you do not have access to the internet. 
  4. The purpose of the designation is to make sure that you get all paperwork filed in your case, and to make it easier for the parties to communicate with each other. 
  5. All papers filed in the case are done through the website:  Once you have registered on the website, you can use the platform to file documents in your case.  
  6. If you are not challenging service of process and the jurisdiction of the court, then the first document you will file is a Designation of Email Address.  Simultaneously, you will file a
If you are dealing with a nonpaying Tenant, Florida law requires you provide proper notice to terminate the lease for nonpayment. After proper notice has been provided and the tenant continues to not pay rent, you can file for eviction. If the tenant pays you rent prior to you filing the eviction and the notice of nonpayment, then that process starts again. Therefore, please consult an attorney prior to sending any notices of nonpayment to the tenant, so that you are clear on your rights and obligations under Florida law.

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While our primary focus is on serving clients in Broward, Miami-Dade, and West Palm Beach counties, our reach extends far beyond regional boundaries. We proudly represent clients from all corners of the United States, fostering partnerships with attorneys in Michigan, Texas, and New York to enhance our ability to serve a diverse clientele.In the realm of Immigration cases, our services know no geographical bounds. We extend our expertise to clients throughout the United States, navigating the intricacies of immigration law to provide comprehensive and effective legal support. Our commitment to excellence transcends borders, ensuring that individuals seeking immigration assistance receive dedicated and experienced representation, regardless of their location.We understand the importance of a broad and inclusive approach to legal representation. Our collaborative efforts with attorneys in different states reflect our commitment to providing seamless and comprehensive services to clients across the nation. Whether you are based in our local communities or elsewhere in the U.S., we stand ready to be your trusted legal ally, offering expertise, support, and tailored solutions to meet your unique needs.