Our Services

Title Insurance & Closings

If you’re making Miami-Dade County or South Florida your home — or just investing in a home in the area — then you are affected by real estate law. As a potential owner, seller, broker, lender, borrower, investor or other arrangement, you need oversight in your transaction.

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Wills & Probate Law

The will is at the core of every basic estate plan. While the will allows you to name a personal representative to administer your estate (someone you trust), and allows you to decide who gets what and when, it serves many more purposes than that.

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Landlord/Tenant Disputes & Evictions

Commercial evictions in South Florida generally fall into two categories: (1) monetary, i.e., the tenant is not paying the rent; and (2) non-monetary, i.e., the tenant is paying the rent, but violating some other provision of the lease agreement. Examples of non-monetary eviction cases, include but are not limited to…

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Loan Modification / Short Sales/ Foreclosure Defense

Is the loan you have today different from the loan you signed just a few years ago? Were you surprised by an increase in the monthly payment amount on your mortgage? Are you eligible for some of the new programs to help with this complicated issue?

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Real Estate Contract & Lease Negotiations

A real estate contract is a legally-binding document between two or more parties. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or lease residential or commercial property, you should always seek out the services of an experienced real estate lawyer in Miami-Dade County…

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There are hundreds of reasons why home sales deals fall through. None of them is your fault. You can make sure this doesn’t happen to you. Want to find out how? Learn more


Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. It is difficult to know whom to trust. Do you want to learn why hiring a lawyer is the most important decision you – the buyer – will make? Learn more

About the Attorney

The hiring of a lawyer is not only an important decision — it is one of THE MOST IMPORTANT decisions you can make, especially when handling a sensitive issue like a Real Estate and Probate transaction. When you look for a real estate / probate attorney, you should seek someone who has handled all types of transactions. You should ask to speak with former clients and see if they are happy. You should review their education and experience, and you should feel comfortable that you are working with a Real Estate / Probate expert.

My name is Mery Lopez, and I am a Real Estate / Probate Attorney. I have been practicing law for over 15 years. I’ve worked for companies, both large and small, and I’ve represented individuals and families. I have focused my law practice on Real Estate and Probate, and I fight to get the best deal for my clients.