The PPP loan forgiveness application has been released by the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) and U.S. Treasury Department. Please find the link to the application here. The application should be […]Read More
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Moorhead Real Estate Law Group is located in downtown Pensacola, Florida. We focus on real estate law, business law, community association law, probate law, and estate planning. Our experienced attorneys serve clients in Pensacola, Destin, and Northwest Florida. We also represent clients in Alabama.
Our mission is to make a difference by building a better community. Our team adheres to core values that we call our REAL values — Respect, Excellence, positive Attitude, and servant Leadership. A commitment to these REAL values ensures that our clients receive excellent service and expert advice in a manner that is responsive to their needs. Whatever your reason for contacting the Moorhead team, you can expect service that gives you comfort and experience that gives you an advantage.Learn More About Us
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Centuries of Legal Experience
Our attorneys average over 20 years of legal experience in their areas of practice. While other firms have been around for a long time, few firms of our size can claim the pedigree that we have to offer. In addition, each equity partner in our firm is AV-rated. This rating is, “a testament to the fact that a lawyer’s peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.”
Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Loan Forgiveness Application Available
Short-term Vacation Rental Ban Lifted in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
The ban on short-term vacation rentals has been lifted in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties effective immediately, with some restrictions. Escambia County and Santa Rosa County plans submitted to, and approved by, the […]Read More
What the Heck is an Exculpatory Clause?
Part 1 of 2 Exculpatory clauses are common in commercial leases. You might think of them as “get out of jail free cards.” Such a clause relieves one party to […]Read More