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Monthly Archives: July 2021

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Is Florida A 50/50 State?

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Many people think that when they are married and get a divorce, marital property is split 50/50 between the couple but in Florida, that is not necessarily true. States that divide everything equally and straight down the middle are known as community property states, and Florida is not one of them. Instead, Florida divorces… Read More »

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FAQs About Firearms In Florida

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Under the Second Amendment, most Americans have the right to own firearms, but the law is a bit more complex than that. It is crucial that all Floridians know the federal and state laws that govern firearms so they can avoid any future trouble with law enforcement. The laws can be confusing though, and… Read More »

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Florida Drug Charges And Penalties

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In Florida, illegal drugs or controlled dangerous substances (CDS) are classified into 5 different schedules based on their medical value and/or likelihood of abuse. Those schedules are: Schedule I: Drugs that have a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use. (Heroin or LSD) Schedule II: Drugs that have a high potential for abuse and some accepted… Read More »

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How To Avoid Accidental Credit Card Fraud

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Losses due to credit card fraud reached $28.65 billion around the world in 2019, and the United States accounted for over one-third of that. When hearing of credit card fraud, you may imagine a thief stealing someone’s physical card, or a hacker that deceptively obtains data such as someone’s credit card number and uses… Read More »

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Understanding The Terms ‘Parental Responsibility’ And ‘Time Sharing’

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Historically, when a couple got a divorce and children were involved, it was well known that one or both parents would get custody of the children. In some cases, both parents were awarded joint custody. The term ‘child custody’ was a common one in Florida, and throughout the United States. Today, that has changed… Read More »

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How To Negotiate A Fair Alimony Settlement

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Alimony is often one of the most contentious aspects of any divorce case. Even if your divorce started off amicably, the idea of monthly or yearly payments being made is not something most people want to think about. Likewise, if you need alimony but your spouse is aggressively fighting against it, you could face… Read More »

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How To Defend Against DWLS Charges In Florida

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Millions of people have their driver’s license suspended every year in Florida. In 2018, the number of people that had their license suspended was two million. Most people do not even realize their driver’s license has been suspended until it is too late and they are now facing criminal traffic charges for driving during… Read More »

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What Is A No Contest Plea?

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I’m often asked what a plea of No Contest actually means. Regardless of the seriousness of a crime, it is important for criminal defendants to know their options when it comes to their choice of plea. Guilty, Not Guilty, and Not-Guilty-by-Reason-of-Insanity are fairly obvious and require little explanation. But a plea of No Contest,… Read More »

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