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The Biden Administration Ends Trump Era Public Charge Rule—What You Need to Know

In good news for green card hopefuls, the Biden administration has ended the Trump era revised “public charge” rule. Under the public charge rule immigrants who rely on government cash benefits could be denied immigration benefits. The Trump administration updated the rule to include non-cash benefits such as housing assistance or health benefits, for example. Those who received such benefits for more than 12-months within…
Ayala Law P.A.
September 9, 2022
Real EstateUncategorized

Two Key Requirements to Foreclose on a Mortgage in Florida — Part II.

There are several legal hurdles a mortgage lender has to meet in order to be able to foreclose on your home mortgage. In the first part of this blog on August 22, 2022  we discussed possession of the original note. Today we discuss the timeliness requirement. The holder of an original note—entitled to foreclose—must foreclose “within a reasonable time” or it may have “waived” its…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 31, 2022

Ayala Obtains $80,000 Settlement in Highly Contentious Commercial Eviction Case

Ayala is proud to announce that it has reached an $80,000 settlement in a highly contentious 1.5 year old commercial eviction case. The case stems from a lease assigned to Ayala’s client from a prior tenant that the Landlord—the complaint alleged—failed to honor. Despite having approved the new tenant, and taken three months worths of rent payments, the Landlord took it upon itself to eject…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 30, 2022
Class Actions

Ayala is Investigating Claims That Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MoFi) Lied About Its Use of Digital Files

Ayala’s consumer rights attorneys are investigating claims that MoFi lied to its customers regarding the use of digital mastering or digital files. MoFi is a record label specializing in the production of audiophile (a high-fidelity sound lover) discs. MoFi advertised its records as being purely  analog  recordings (directly  from  the  master  recording  or  original  analog  tapes) without any sort of digital mastering process. Based on this promise to consumers, MoFi charged a high premium to consumers who thought they…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 29, 2022
Real Estate

Two Key Requirements to Foreclose on a Mortgage in Florida — Part I

There are several legal hurdles a mortgage lender has to meet in order to be able to foreclose on your home mortgage. In this and the next blog we explain two of them: possession of the original note, and timeliness. Possession: In the mortgage lending industry, it is not uncommon that the lender loses the original document signed by the borrower where he promises to…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 22, 2022

Three Things You Must Know About the US International Entrepreneur Parole Program

Three Things You Must Know About the US International Entrepreneur Parole Program. The International Entrepreneur Parole Program (IEP) is a program that gives a foreign entrepreneur a temporary permit to stay in the United States while he/she is trying to obtain approval of another, business type generally, visa. Here are three important things you must know about the IEP: First, in order to qualify for the IEP, the foreign national must…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 17, 2022

Ayala Defeats Motion for Summary Judgment in Towing Case Involving an 18 Wheeler

Ayala is proud to announce that it has defeated the defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment (MSJ) in a case where Ayala’s client alleges that the defendant, the towing company, improperly towed its 18-wheeler truck, thereby damaging the truck’s transmission. A MSJ is a motion that seeks to prevent a case from going to trial—in this case, a jury trial—because there are allegedly no “issues of…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 16, 2022

Four Elements That Make a Good Unlawful Towing Case in Florida

Though there are a lot of tows that are arguably illegal, not all illegal tows make for a good case. Here are important factors that make a viable, winnable unlawful towing lawsuit. First, you want the tow to be unlawful to begin with, not debatable. For example, if the potential plaintiff was actually improperly parked at a visitor’s spot rather than a resident’s space, even…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 10, 2022

Ayala Files for Arbitration in California in Dispute Over Unpaid Commissions On The Sale of Covid-Test Kits

Ayala filed for arbitration on behalf of its client against a distributor of Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits. In the case, Ayala’s client (the Claimant) alleges that it procured the Respondent’s current agreement with Wall-Greens whereby Respondent sold or will sell millions of dollars worth of Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits. The Respondent alleges that it does not owe any commission—even if Claimant procured the deal—because it…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 9, 2022

Is it Worth Paying a Lawyer to Write a Demand Letter? Read to Find Out

A demand letter is just that, a letter demanding something; usually a payment. Attorneys in south florida will charge anywhere between $500 to $2,000 to write a demand letter. But, is the investment worthy? The answer is, it depends. There are different types of scenarios where the need for a demand letter comes up. Sometimes, the nature of your case requires it. For example, if the…
Ayala Law P.A.
August 8, 2022