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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What Will You Discover?

Reviewing Your Spouse’s Discovery Documents Unfortunately, some spouses attempt to hide assets before or during a divorce in order to avoid sharing them with their soon-to-be ex. If you don’t […]

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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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Don’t Drive Distracted

There’s a problem on Florida’s roads. In 2018, according to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (HSMV), there were 1,671 citations given by law enforcement for distracted driving. In 2015, […]

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LEGAL DOCUMENTS TO SIGN BEFORE HEADING OFF TO COLLEGE

No one wants to think about what might happen to their college-bound kids in an emergency. Despite this, all parents should have a plan in place in the unlikely event they […]

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What is your RESPA-onsibility?

The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, commonly referred to as RESPA was enacted to curb unethical practices and consumer abuse in real estate settlement charges. The focus of this law […]

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Estate Planning – Six Reasons Why

It’s not surprising that younger adults tend to put estate planning on the back burner. However, even if you don’t have children or many assets yet, you can benefit from […]

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