NEGLIGENCE ALLEGED AGAINST MAJOR ORLANDO THEME PARK

In August 2017, Plaintiff filed suit in the Orange County Circuit Court against a major Orlando theme park alleging negligence for failure to follow safety guidelines and regulations. Plaintiff claims […]

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Alimony After Divorce

There are occasions after a divorce decree has been issued and the marriage is severed, that one of the spouses finds they are in need of spousal support.  These occasions […]

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What Rights Do Tenants Have After A Natural Disaster?

Hurricane Irma is gone but the widespread damage in her wake has homeowners and renters questioning what to do next. Who is responsible for repairs? What happens if the property […]

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Hurricane Irma Emergency Preparedness

As Hurricane Irma draws closer to Florida’s coast, make sure you are prepared for the storm. Meteorologists are calling for widespread power outages, intense winds, flooding, and tons of rain. […]

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Does my LLC Really Need An Operating Agreement?

Without exception, I find clients initially question the importance of having a properly drafted operating/partnership/shareholder agreement when setting up their LLC. Sure, you can register with the state and pick […]

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Does Your Non-Profit Have A Conflict Of Interest Policy?

A policy governing conflicts of interests is perhaps the most important policy a non-profit board can adopt. The ability to make good, effective decisions that suit your organization’s goals is […]

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Estate Planning: Where Do I Start?

Create a will if you do not yet have one. A valid will may save your heirs from some expensive headaches linked to probate and ambiguity. A solid will drafted […]

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The Most Important Things You Should Do For Your College-Bound Child

Stocking the Dorm Room is not the most important thing you should do for your college-bound child. No one wants to think about what might happen to their college-bound kids in an […]

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8 Things To-Do to Protect Your Children During a Divorce

When was the last time you heard about two adults going through a messy divorce? Doesn’t it seem, that in contested divorces, things can go south fast? Two people who […]

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Service Animals and Physician Practices

A look at the ADA and Florida Statute 413.08 By law, service animals should be allowed to go almost everywhere their owner goes. The relevant laws defining the rights of […]

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