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Monthly Archives: September 2020

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Want a Peaceful Divorce? Follow These Tips

By O'Mara Law Group |

People that are facing divorce often envision the worst situation possible. Truthfully though, while divorce is an extremely emotional and challenging time, it does not always have to end in a bitter courtroom battle. Although some divorces cause disputes, not only between the couple going through it but the rest of the family as… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Protesting and Rioting?

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Protests continue around the country after the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. In some cities, such as Portland and Seattle, police have declared riots and many protesters have been arrested. The situation has sparked many conversations around the country, but one point has become especially pressing. What is the difference… Read More »

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When is Posting to Social Media a Crime?

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The internet has been revolutionary and has allowed people to connect to others in a way that has never been seen before in human history. One of the most common ways people use to connect with others is through social media. While the majority of social media posts revolve around people posting pictures and… Read More »

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The Timeline of a Florida Divorce

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Divorce is an unsettling and uncertain time. You are likely wondering what your life will look like afterwards, and what the future holds for you. One of the biggest uncertainties may be that you are unsure of what the process entails, or what you will have to go through. To help bring some certainty… Read More »

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Challenging Breathalyzer Test Results

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After being pulled over for a suspected DUI, a police officer will likely ask you to take a breathalyzer test. You are required to take this test under Florida’s implied consent law and if you refuse, your license will be suspended anywhere from one year to 18 months. Whether or not you should submit… Read More »

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When Collaborative Divorce Works, and When it Does Not

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In the summer of 2017, The Collaborative Law Process Act took effect in Florida, making collaborative divorces possible for couples across the state. Collaborative law provides another method for couples that are getting divorced or that are dealing with other family law issues. Being that this process is relatively new in Florida, it is… Read More »

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What are the Penalties for Marijuana Possession in Florida?

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Even with marijuana laws changing all around the country, possession of recreational marijuana is illegal in Florida. Still, Florida’s laws on marijuana have been changing over the years. In 2016, Florida allowed for the possession and sale of medicinal marijuana, and it is fairly easy for Floridians to qualify for the program. Hemp has… Read More »

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Wondering When is the Best Time to get Divorced? Learn More

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There is never a good time to get a divorce, but if you are considering ending your marriage, you may want to file during the summer months. Although many divorce attorneys say that January and February are their busiest times, there are circumstances during the summer that could make it a better time to… Read More »

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