Not-So-Independent Medical Examinations

What are Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)?  During your personal injury case, an Independent Medical Examination may be requested of you and its findings may be used. An IME is an […]

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Father’s Day for the Father with (Almost) Everything

Are you stumped on a Father’s Day gift? Toss out the old tie or fishing rod idea! Consider thoughtful gifts that improve his daily routine or give him the gift […]

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Legal Advice vs. Legal Information

Legal advice is one thing, legal information is another. A preprinted form approved by the Florida Board of Realtors, a child support guideline worksheet or an approved online full-text version […]

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Equitable Distribution In Florida: What You Should Know

The state of Florida utilizes the doctrine of equitable distribution when dividing marital property (property acquired during a marriage with funds or labor) in a divorce. This means that a […]

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PLAN YOUR WORK AND WORK YOUR PLAN

Starting a business can seem daunting – endless things to do, so many hats to wear! Branding, Strategies, Structure, Hiring, Marketing – the list can be overwhelming, but DON’T let […]

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Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

15th Feb 2019 Comments Off on Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children in Blog, Family Law

9 TIPS FOR HOW TO HANDLE TIMESHARING ISSUES WITH RESISTENT CHILDREN  So, you got the Final Judgment, and your case is finally OVER. You and your ex are ordered by […]

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Business Succession Planning

Another important New Year’s resolution is proper succession planning. This may include selling your business interest for cash or other assets. You may want to pass the business to a trusted […]

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Asset Protection

When you visualize “asset protection” do you think about hiding money in your mattress? Maybe offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands? Or do you simply think it doesn’t apply to […]

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Formalize Your Family Law Needs

Another common area of procrastination is within family law. For divorced or separated couples, they may delay working out their custody arrangements or doing their separation agreement. For couples who […]

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New year means New Year’s resolutions!

Warning: More than half of all resolutions fail, but this year, they don’t have to be yours. If you’ve already slipped, you’re not alone.  I must admit to making my […]

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