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Tips for Today’s Real Estate Market

Sunday, March 20, 2016

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Real estate is not dead in the Manasota, Florida area. There were times in the not-too-distant past when there were rumors that our market’s success could be coming to an end. Well, the more things change the more they stay the same. Change is constant, but our beautiful area remains a victor in the real […]

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How Will Alimony Reform Affect My Florida Divorce?

Thursday, February 25, 2016

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Alimony reform, alimony reform, alimony reform. How long have we heard about it? Is it ever going to happen? It seems like it is going to go through, then it dies before a bill passes and before it becomes law. What is alimony reform? There are multiple components to recent efforts at alimony reform. Some […]

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What are the Ways to Get a DUI in Florida?

Friday, February 5, 2016

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Obviously, we know that DUIs are Driving Under the Influence. You constantly see ads about not drinking and driving.  It can also mean being under the influence of drugs, since both drugs and alcohol impair your driving capability. Being over the legal limit means you have a blood alcohol level of .08 or greater. This, […]

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Are Negligence Waivers Enforceable in Florida?

Thursday, January 14, 2016

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Some are, yes. However, like any legal document, they have to be well written,. That means you have to be particularly careful to word them in correct legal language and make sure you account for every situation possible. Hmm….is that even possible? Probably not, but you can try. A good way to do this would […]

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What Age Does Florida Consider “Elderly”?

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

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The age at which someone becomes old is up for discussion. I imagine it gets older as you age, wouldn’t you think? It’s always something to consider when talking to others, so make sure you consider their age when you call someone old! However, at some point there needs to be a determination of what […]

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Destroying Confidential Documents

Thursday, November 5, 2015

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The legal profession is one of many that needs to keep personal information confidential. It’s essential that clients feel confident their information is safe and that no one will discover it. There are many ways this can be done. One of the most common is the shredder, of course. You could have an in-house shredder […]

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I Want to Sue My Husband’s Girlfriend, Can I?

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

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Did you catch that? My husband has a girlfriend and now we are getting divorced. I want to get back at both of them, can I sue her or get some sort of legal satisfaction out of this situation? Well, probably not. The saying “what goes around, comes around” exists for a reason, but suing […]

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Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA)

Sunday, September 20, 2015

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The Florida Civil Rights Act is based on the federal version. Title VII of the national Civil Rights Act is a basis for the Florida Civil Rights Act. The Florida Civil Rights Act helps prevent discrimination in the workplace and addresses what happens when it occurs. Some of the aspects it covers are discrimination based […]

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Zoning and Ordinance in the Manasota Area

Saturday, July 25, 2015

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A road trip out of our local area reveals that there are many more strip clubs in other parts of Florida than here at home. And within our local area, there are different rules for different gentleman’s clubs. But how is this decided? Local zoning and ordinance laws are what decide such things. These are […]

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