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Stephen K. Hachey

Stephen K. Hachey

Law Offices of Stephen K Hachey, P.A.
  • Real Estate Law, Business Law, Foreclosure Defense ...
  • Florida
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John S. Castro
John S. Castro June 20, 2019
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Stephen is a friend and colleague. I have and will continue to refer my clients to him. I admire and respect his commitment to his clients and their best interests.
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Biography

Stephen Hachey, a distinguished legal professional, earned his Juris Doctorate from Florida State University in 2005. Admitted to the Florida Bar in the same year, he embarked on a remarkable legal journey that has defined his career.
Prior to his legal pursuits, Stephen laid a solid foundation with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Indiana University in 2000. His expertise in accounting led him to perform tax consulting services as a Certified Public Accountant for Arthur Andersen in Chicago, IL, showcasing his commitment to excellence.
In 2007, Stephen took a bold step in his career by opening his own law practice, a testament to his entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to providing legal services of the highest caliber. Stephen has personally handled 1000’s of real estate related cases and currently oversees all of cases and proceedings at The Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, P.A.
Stephen's commitment to the legal profession is evident in his active membership in the Florida Bar. His role as a Circuit Civil Mediator and a Certified Mortgage Foreclosure Mediator showcases his dedication to alternative dispute resolution, contributing to the fair and efficient resolution of legal matters.
In addition to his legal and accounting credentials, Stephen is a Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker, further showcasing his multifaceted expertise in the realms of law and real estate. He is also a member of the National and Florida Board of Realtors, and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. His reach extends to the federal level, as he is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, allowing him to navigate complex legal issues at both state and federal levels.
In essence, Stephen Hachey, Esq. is a dynamic professional with a diverse skill set, combining legal acumen, accounting proficiency, and a deep understanding of the real estate industry to provide comprehensive and effective solutions.

Practice Areas
Real Estate Law
Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Mortgages, Residential Real Estate
Business Law
Business Contracts, Business Formation, Business Litigation
Foreclosure Defense
Landlord Tenant
Evictions, Landlord Rights
Video Conferencing
  • FaceTime
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  • Zoom
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Law Offices of Stephen K Hachey, P.A.
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Attorney
Attorney at Echevarria, Codillis, & Stawiarski
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Education
Florida State University College of Law
J.D. (2005) | Law
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Indiana University - Indiana University-Bloomington
B.S. (2000) | Accounting
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Awards
31 Best Law Firms Real Estate Law Firms in Tampa
Expertise
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
20 Best Real Estate Law Firms in Tampa
Expertise
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
20 Best Real Estate Law Firms in Tampa
Expertise
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
20 Best Real Estate Law Firms in Tampa
Expertise
10 Best Real Estate Law Attorneys
American Institute of Legal Counsel
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
3 Best Real Estate Lawyers in Tampa
Three Best Rated
Professional Associations
Florida State Bar  # 15322
Member
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
Foreclosures and Short Sales, Clearwater, FL
Pinellas County Realtor Association
Homeowner and Condo Associations, Orlando, FL
Shile Insurance
Certifications
Certified Circuit Civil Mediator
Florida Supreme Court
Certified Circuit Civil Foreclosure Mediator
Florida Supreme Court
Websites & Blogs
Website
Blog
Videos
Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs: Understanding Basics & Eligibility | Part 1 Welcome to Part 1 of our 8-part series answering frequently asked questions about Partition Lawsuits in Florida. This video aims to provide a detailed introduction to the concept of Partition Lawsuits, elucidating what they are and identifying who can initiate such actions. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs: Understanding Basics & Eligibility | Part 1

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs: Understanding Basics & Eligibility | Part 1 Welcome to Part 1 of our 8-part series answering frequently asked questions about Partition Lawsuits in Florida. This video aims to provide a detailed introduction to the concept of Partition Lawsuits, elucidating what they are and identifying who can initiate such actions.

The Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey handle a wide variety of legal issues relating to residential and commercial real estate transactions including foreclosure defense, short sales, loan modifications, deed... Law Offices of Stephen K Hachey

The Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey handle a wide variety of legal issues relating to residential and commercial real estate transactions including foreclosure defense, short sales, loan modifications, deed...

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Appointment of a Special Magistrate and Attending Court| Part 5 Welcome to Part 5 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on the appointment and cost of a Special Magistrate to avoid an auction. We start by discussing the possibility of the appointment of Special Magistrate. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Appointment of a Special Magistrate and Attending Court| Part 5

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Appointment of a Special Magistrate and Attending Court| Part 5 Welcome to Part 5 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on the appointment and cost of a Special Magistrate to avoid an auction. We start by discussing the possibility of the appointment of Special Magistrate.

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Common Outcomes and Timeframes | Part 2 Welcome to Part 2 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this segment, we explore some frequently asked questions about partition lawsuits in Florida, shedding light on typical outcomes and timeframes. One of the most common outcomes of a partition lawsuit in Florida is the sale of the property. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Common Outcomes and Timeframes | Part 2

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Common Outcomes and Timeframes | Part 2 Welcome to Part 2 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this segment, we explore some frequently asked questions about partition lawsuits in Florida, shedding light on typical outcomes and timeframes. One of the most common outcomes of a partition lawsuit in Florida is the sale of the property.

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Costs and Recovery of Attorney Fees | Part 3 Welcome to Part 3 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on some financial aspects of a partition lawsuit, specifically regarding costs and the recovery of attorney fees. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Costs and Recovery of Attorney Fees | Part 3

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Costs and Recovery of Attorney Fees | Part 3 Welcome to Part 3 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on some financial aspects of a partition lawsuit, specifically regarding costs and the recovery of attorney fees.

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Defenses to Partition and Avoiding an Auction| Part 4 Welcome to Part 4 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on defenses and the sale of the property via a Special Magistrate to avoid an auction. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Defenses to Partition and Avoiding an Auction| Part 4

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Defenses to Partition and Avoiding an Auction| Part 4 Welcome to Part 4 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on defenses and the sale of the property via a Special Magistrate to avoid an auction.

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Legal Representation| Part 8 Welcome to Part 8, the final part of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on legal representation. In short, you may file or defend a partition lawsuit without legal representation. However, it is complicated, and it is recommended that you hire an experienced real estate attorney . Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Legal Representation| Part 8

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Legal Representation| Part 8 Welcome to Part 8, the final part of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on legal representation. In short, you may file or defend a partition lawsuit without legal representation. However, it is complicated, and it is recommended that you hire an experienced real estate attorney .

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Proceeds Distribution and Mortgages| Part 7 Welcome to Part 7 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on the distribution of proceeds and what happens to mortgages in a partition lawsuit. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Proceeds Distribution and Mortgages| Part 7

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Proceeds Distribution and Mortgages| Part 7 Welcome to Part 7 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on the distribution of proceeds and what happens to mortgages in a partition lawsuit.

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Settlement Agreement and Keeping the Property via Mediation| Part 6 Welcome to Part 6 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on settlement agreements and keeping the property via a presuit mediation. Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Settlement Agreement and Keeping the Property via Mediation| Part 6

Florida Partition Lawsuit FAQs - Settlement Agreement and Keeping the Property via Mediation| Part 6 Welcome to Part 6 of our FAQ series on Florida Partition Lawsuits. In this video, we aim to provide clarity on settlement agreements and keeping the property via a presuit mediation.

Legal Answers
44 Questions Answered
Q. have four properties on my name and my exboyfriends name. what can i do to get my part. or to keep at liease one of them
A: Partition lawsuit would be one option.
Q. We purchased a foreclosed house, but are unsure if we need to send a 3 day notice for eviction.
A: You would not need to file a separate lawsuit for unlawful detainer. I would recommend hiring an attorney to file a motion for a writ of possession in the original foreclosure case as a 3rd party purchaser.
Q. I need to have my name removed from a mortgage My name is not on the deed but it is on the mortgage. Is this Possible?
A: When you sign a quit claim deed, it does not remove your name from the mortgage.
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