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Is a Hit-and-Run a Serious Offense in Florida?

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A hit-and-run in Florida is defined as leaving the scene of an auto accident without performing certain statutory duties. Those duties entail providing your name and contact information, making sure no one is injured and calling for help if they are, and providing your driver’s license number and registration information. If you do not… Read More »

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Signs of Child Abuse After Divorce

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Divorces that involve children are some of the most difficult, and the challenges do not always end once your divorce case is over. Once your child starts spending time at the other parent’s house, you will have no way of knowing what is happening while they are there. In the best of situations, children… Read More »

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What to Expect During a DUI Stop in Orlando

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Seeing a police car’s flashing lights and hearing the siren behind you is a very unsettling experience for anyone on the road. You may not realize right away that you are being pulled over for a suspected DUI, but you should always know what steps to take in the event that is the reason… Read More »

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What Happens to a Timeshare in a Divorce?

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Marital property, which is defined as the assets and liabilities acquired during a marriage, are subject to Florida’s property division rules. Florida is an equitable distribution state, meaning the property is divided fairly, but not necessarily equally. The rules of equitable distribution apply to timeshare properties the couple may own together. The three options… Read More »

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Important Questions to Ask Any Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

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Whether you have been charged with a DUI, a theft crime, or any other criminal offense, you are likely very concerned about your future. The situation may seem hopeless, but it is not. Florida criminal defense lawyers understand that not everyone charged with a crime is guilty, and that there are many defenses to… Read More »

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Do Not Forget About Your Will When Getting Divorced

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When you are getting a divorce, there is a lot to think about. You may be worried that you will lose the assets most precious to you or worse, you may lose custody of your children. You are likely also wondering what your life will look like once the divorce is final. These are… Read More »

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Can You Videotape Police Officers in Florida?

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Incidents involving police brutality have become all too common today in Florida, and throughout the rest of the country. Citizens are learning more and more every day just how difficult it is to hold law enforcement accountable for their actions. Videotaped evidence is often at the center of these cases, but not all officers… Read More »

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Need to Invalidate a Prenup? Here is How to Do It

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No one ever exchanges marriage vows with the thought that the relationship will end in divorce. Still, the statistics show that a very high percentage of marriages do end in divorce. For this reason, many people enter into premarital agreements so they can protect the assets most valuable to them in the event that… Read More »

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Are Parenting Courses Required in Florida Divorces?

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Florida is one of many states that requires parents going through a divorce to attend a parenting course before their divorce is finalized. The course is four hours long and is intended to help parents make the best choices for their children once the divorce is finalized. When former spouses can effectively co-parent even… Read More »

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What are Florida’s Solicitation Laws?

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Prostitution is illegal in every state in the country, and Florida is no exception. Like other states, Florida law prohibits anyone from soliciting sex from individuals. The theory behind these laws is that if individuals soliciting sex from people are punished, it will help to eliminate the industry. Whether or not that is the… Read More »

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