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Blog Posts in June, 2021

PARENTING PLANS ARE FLORIDA'S ANSWER TO CHILD CUSTODY IN DIVORCE

Divorce is a traumatic experience for most and may impact children more than others. Florida courts have struggled with child issues in divorce cases. Judges have always been concerned with the best ...
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PROBATE EXPLAINED

Most people have heard about probate, but many do not understand what it is. In simplest terms, probate is the process by which assets and debts of the decedent are distributed and paid. A Will does ...
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TITLE COMPANY OR ATTORNEY FOR CLOSING

Florida consumers have a choice when closing a real estate purchase that is not available in all states. A buyer can choose an attorney for representation and issuance of title insurance or a title ...
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SMALL CLAIMS IS THE PEOPLE'S COURT

Lawsuits can be complicated and lawyers are expensive. A typical lawsuit in Florida takes more than 12 months to complete and cases often take years. Lawsuits generally have 5 stages: investigation, ...
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ADDRESSING LEGAL MATTERS WHILE SAFER AT HOME

The COVID-19 pandemic affects us all. The Governor's Safer at Home Executive Order and business shut down has certainly changed our lives. Many businesses are closed. Others, such as restaurants, ...
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COVID-19 MAY NOT EXCUSE BREACH OF CONTRACT

Stay-at-home orders, furloughs, business closings and medical issues are all part of the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, economic hardship is real. For others, perceived economic hardship is an ...
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