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What is a Wrongful Death?

Published at May 26, 2020 by administrator.

The term “wrongful death” is used in a variety of situations, but although the meaning can be broad, the underlying term is similar in most legal proceedings. Wrongful death is a civil action filed in the court where damages are sought against a person or entity for causing the death of someone. There does not […]

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Alimony in Florida: An Overview

Published at April 8, 2020 by administrator.

Alimony in Florida and around the country is a sensitive topic. Divorce disputes often center around the financial disparity between two parties. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 380,000 women and 12,000 men receive spousal support. Men often refuse to take alimony even when it is appropriate for them. Gender roles are an important aspect […]

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What is a Domestic Violence Injunction?

Published at March 25, 2020 by administrator.

A domestic violence injunction is one important way you can protect yourself if you are part of intimate partner abuse. Domestic violence is a common issue within the United States, and around the world. The CDC, Center for Disease Control, estimates 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men will have some sort of […]

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Juvenile Dependency Court: Everything You Need to Know

Published at February 20, 2020 by administrator.

Raising children is hard work. We all have had parenting mishaps and failed to be the perfect parent to our kiddos. Mix in societal pressures and stress, and it is easy to get off track when it comes to parenting. Juvenile dependency cases are emotional and often a struggle for everyone involved. But there is […]

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When Should You Call a Dog Bite Lawyer?

Published at January 31, 2020 by administrator.

Americans love their pets. Since 1988, there has been a steady increase in pet ownership within the country, with over 65% of households having at least one pet. Of those pets, dogs and cats are the most common animals that people own. Over 77 million dogs live within the United States, which can translate to […]

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How to Undergo a Name Change in Florida

Published at December 23, 2019 by administrator.

Changing your name can be a daunting process. There are so many forms to fill out and court orders that need to be obtained. Many Floridians change their names due to a relationship status like marriage, divorce, or other family changes. However, there are also those residents who simply want to change their name to […]

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5 Pedestrian Safety Tips In Florida

Published at December 2, 2019 by administrator.

While taking a walk in the neighborhood is a great way to stretch your legs and enjoy the beautiful Floridian weather, it may be hazardous to your health. The risk of fatality as a pedestrian in Florida is the highest in the country.  Of the top 14 deadliest cities in the country for pedestrians, a […]

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What You Need to Know About Florida Slip and Fall Law

Published at September 26, 2019 by administrator.

We’ve written about Florida slip and fall law in the past, including a story of how one of our clients won his case against a major retailer, and a list of the top 10 locations for slip and fall accidents. But what does it take to actually win a slip and fall case in the […]

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What to Do After a Bicycle Accident

Published at September 9, 2019 by administrator.

If you’re an avid biker, either trekking to work each day or taking a casual spin through the local park, you’re probably well aware of bike safety practices. But even with the best intentions, you can’t always control other drivers on the road. And with the growing number of distractions, bicyclists need to be extra […]

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What is a Guardian ad Litem?

Published at August 1, 2019 by administrator.

What is a Guardian ad Litem? If your judge has appointed one to your family law case, you probably have a lot of questions.

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