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Civil Litigation


If you are involved in litigation or a contractual dispute, you need to protect your immediate and long term interests in a way that causes the least disruption to you while getting you or preserving what you are entitled to.  For that reason, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as you realize there may be a problem. By doing so, you give your lawyer the opportunity to provide the most effective representation and help protect your rights.  We have helped clients in civil cases involving things like the provision of services, sale of goods, sale of real property, escrow disputes, commission disputes, investment disputes, business disputes, and the enforcement of non-compete agreements.

If you would like to discuss your concerns about a contract or business dispute, if you have a claim you need to pursue or one you must defend, please contact us to make arrangements for a consultation.


If the bank is foreclosing on your property, or threatening to do so, it is important that you contact an attorney so that you can be advised of your rights and protect them. The banks have attorneys advising them, so should you.


Sometimes professionals are negligent or careless and make mistakes. When they do the law can provide for the recovery of the damages they caused through a lawsuit. Additionally, administrative avenues exist to bring a complaint against the professional. Our attorneys have assisted clients in legal proceedings in the Florida Courts and administrative proceedings such as those brought through the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“DBPR”) and heard by the Florida Real Estate Commission (“FREC”). In such a situation it is important to contact an attorney as early as possible so as to protect your rights. Call us to arrange a consultation.


A basic understanding of credit law is vital whether you are a creditor, a business owner, or a borrower. Credit allows people to buy or borrow today in exchange for a promise to pay in the future. While most credit transactions are facilitated through the use of credit cards that are issued through banks or other financial lending organizations, some business still offer financing and credit to their customers. If a business offers credit, sends its debt out for collections, or reports derogatory credit information to credit reporting agencies it must comply with state and federal statutory debt collection and credit laws which are in place to protect consumers from unfair practices.  Federal laws can protect consumers from debtors and assist in the removal of derogatory credit information from credit reports.  If you need assistance in relation to debt collection or credit reporting issues contact us for a consultation.


When a product fails to function properly within its warranty period and the seller or manufacturer does not fix the problem after being given the appropriate opportunities to do so, a consumer may have remedies available to them under state and federal law. If you are stuck with a “lemon” contact us for a consultation concerning your rights and the options available to you.


When something you purchase does not function as it is meant to or has a defect a warranty may give you recourse against the seller or manufacturer.  There are both state and federal laws that can apply depending upon the specific circumstances in your situation.  Warranties can be written, spoken, and/or implied.  There are also minimum requirements for the disclaimer of warranties. If you made a purchase and it has a defect you can call us for a consultation as to what warranty claims you may have available to you.

Disclaimer: The Law Offices of Robert Hanreck, P.A. is based in Miami , Florida and serves clients throughout the State including Miami-Dade and Broward counties. We are licensed to practice law in the State of Florida. This website is intended for informational purposes only and is not meant to constitute legal advice, or solicit clients outside of the State of Florida.