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Monthly Archives: May 2020


Texting and Driving Laws in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

The law enforcement wing in Florida has taken a drastic and more radical step towards curbing the use of cell phones while driving. Effective October 1, 2019, law enforcement officials were legally allowed to pull drivers over for using phones at specific areas while driving. This included areas like a school zone or a… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Bigamy in Florida

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For some of the people tying the knot in just one marriage is just not enough. Some people prefer getting married more than one time. When you are getting married to more than one person, this concept is referred to as bigamy and it is often frowned upon. This act is considered illegal in… Read More »

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Who Gets Custody of the Pets?

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Getting a divorce is rarely considered fun. You divide your bank accounts, property, retirement accounts, and more. The court has guidelines for how shared parenting works, or that fight might still be going on. There is one issue left though. Who gets to keep the family pets? Traditional Handling of Pets in Florida Divorce … Read More »

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I Didn’t Know They Were a Fugitive. Can I Still Get in Trouble?

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Your friend calls you and asks if they can stay at your place for a night or two. You don’t hesitate to tell them yes, but then the next day, the police swarm your property and draw guns as they search your home looking for your friend. You didn’t know that your friend was… Read More »

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Is Breaking and Entering Considered Burglary?

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Early in February, there was a lot of police activity in Rockledge. After a burglary was reported at an apartment complex, the Rockledge Police Department brought in the K9 unit and helicopters to try and catch the suspect. Deputy Chief Donna Seyferth stated that the investigation was ongoing and is asking the public to… Read More »

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Is Mediation Required for Florida Divorces?

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It is natural to assume that when a couple is going through a divorce, it will involve a long and bitter courtroom battle. However, that does not always have to be the case. Sometimes a couple can remain amicable and still resolve disputes involving equitable distribution, parental responsibility and more. Couples that wish to… Read More »

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