Surviving the Holidays During and After Divorce

 As we approach the holiday season, it may appear that we all are fulfilled with holiday cheer.  However, for many, the holiday season can be tough and full of tension—especially […]

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“I Think I Was Just Served”: What do I do NOW?

“I Think I Was Just Served”: What do I do NOW?

26th Oct 2018 Comments Off on “I Think I Was Just Served”: What do I do NOW?

You just received a knock on your door and you received a service of process and a complaint has been filed against you in a civil suit. You probably have […]

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Halloween Costumes at the Office can be Tricky

Halloween Costumes at the Office can be Tricky

26th Oct 2018 Comments Off on Halloween Costumes at the Office can be Tricky

For many adults, Halloween has come to be identified with risqué costumes, pranks, and overall debauchery. Although many companies are tempted to lighten up and allow employees to celebrate Halloween […]

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Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

8th Oct 2018 Comments Off on Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

Just like during tax season, it’s good to have all the information you need early so you can prepare. If you are divorced, but your marriage lasted 10 years or […]

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Charitable Trust Primer

Charitable Trust Primer

8th Oct 2018 Comments Off on Charitable Trust Primer

If you regularly donate generously to charity, you may want to consider how structuring your charitable giving can generate immediate tax incentives for you. Properly structured charitable trusts could offer […]

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Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida

Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida

25th Sep 2018 Comments Off on Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida

The Open and Obvious Doctrine is a defense that property-owners use to prevent you from receiving compensation for your injuries even if the owner may be at fault. The Open […]

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Questions to Ask When Looking for A Family Law Attorney

Questions to Ask When Looking for A Family Law Attorney

18th Sep 2018 Comments Off on Questions to Ask When Looking for A Family Law Attorney

Before you hire someone for anything, whether it be a handyman, or who is going to represent you in your Family Law matter, here are some things to consider. How […]

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How To Create An Effective Compliance Program

Regulatory compliance is generally described as an organization’s adherence to laws, rules, policies, guidelines and specifications relevant to its business. As more and more rules have been implemented and operational […]

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Protecting Your Trademark

Protecting Your Trademark

12th Sep 2018 Comments Off on Protecting Your Trademark

You’ve probably seen these trademark symbols everywhere: TM, SM, and ®. But what do they mean, and when should you use them to protect your mark? Luckily, in the United […]

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NOW IS THE TIME MILLENNIALS SHOULD START ESTATE PLANNING

Attached to the phrase “Estate Planning” is the stigma that it is something that only the elderly and terminally ill consider. However, the earlier the planning begins in life, the […]

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