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How is child support calculated in Florida?

By | July 27, 2016

Child support, either as a result of divorce or a dispute between unmarried parents, is a potentially complicated situation from the emotional, financial and family point of view. When the relationship between the parents is already strained, it can become an even more difficult and stressful process. Nevertheless, the parents and parties involved (including your Florida divorce or… Read More »

Do I need an Operating Agreement for an LLC in Florida?

By | July 27, 2016

In most states, including Florida, it is not required for a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) to have an Operating Agreement, but it is always recommended to create one. The reasons are several, as we shall see below. In particular, if you are looking to create any company in Florida, it is highly recommended to seek legal services in… Read More »

Do I need a Real Estate Lawyer to close a sale of residential property in Florida?

By | July 27, 2016

In the State of Florida, it is not mandatory for the buyer or the seller to hire a real estate attorney for the closing of the sale of residential real property. Many operations are conducted through negotiations between the parties; real estate agents, and the involvement of a title company. However, real estate transactions are important and complex… Read More »

How I can immigrate to the United States through an EB-5 investment visa?

By | July 27, 2016

Many people believe that the only way to get access to residency in the United States is by getting a “green card”, but that is not so. For example, there is a program that gives foreign investors the possibility to obtain a residence permit when investing in the United States.

What to Do if You’re Caught Drinking and Driving

By | July 21, 2016

(Please note that this blog post is not meant to take the place of professional legal advice.) It’s no secret that drinking and driving can result in some serious consequences. On top of putting yourself and others in danger, you also run the risk of getting slapped with a heavy fine, jail time, and suspension of your driving… Read More »

Pretrial Intervention Programs and How They Work

By | July 21, 2016

What Are Pretrial Intervention Programs? In the criminal justice system, most people who are charged with crimes are either tried and convicted or offered a plea deal. In general, these people are usually assigned a punishment, such as probation, and are then expected to carry out the terms of the punishment.

5 Things to Know About a Minor’s Personal Injury Claim

By | July 20, 2016

Fighting a personal injury claim is not easy. It becomes all the more stressful when you want to claim for injuries sustained by your young child. The distress and helplessness a parent experiences when his or her child suffers an injury due to the negligence of a third party is understandable. It is important that you seek justice… Read More »

Six Mobile Apps That Every Lawyer Needs

By | July 14, 2016

Technology can be a game-changer for any profession. This holds true for lawyers, as well, as they can no longer depend on their notepads, dictaphones or sticky notes, which only lead to additional paperwork and documentation. And, there is a possibility of misplacing them. 

The Process of a Drug Class Action Lawsuit

By | July 11, 2016

“Were you or someone you loved …?” This is the way the commercials usually start. Late night television has never been so ripe with attorneys letting you know exactly how to join a class action lawsuit against a drug manufacturer. By the time the commercial airs, the lawsuit is already in full swing. The lawsuit is filed, the… Read More »

What to Do if You Are in an Accident in a Work Vehicle? Who Pays?

By | July 6, 2016

Auto accident cases hinge on determining who or what was responsible for an accident. Typically, the answer is a negligent driver, rough roadway conditions, or factors outside of your control. Accidents involving company or work vehicles, however, raise many questions regarding fault, responsibility, liability, insurance, and workers’ compensation. When you are involved in a car accident in a… Read More »