Tag Archive | "Sarasota Lawyer"

Florida, Car Seats, and Your Child

Thursday, September 29, 2011

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Car seats can cause a great deal of confusion for parents. Installing them properly is challenging, but knowing the laws surrounding them can be even more confusing. The laws differ in most states and for different ages, so how do you stay legal? To cut down on some confusion, we found this link. It helps […]

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What are the Educational Requirements for Getting Your Hunting License in Florida?

Thursday, September 29, 2011

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Florida requires anyone (born after June 1, 1975) who wants a Florida hunting license to take a hunter safety course. These courses are designed for people ages 12 and up and educate hunters about rules and regulations regarding firearms, ethics, and general hunting. Both online and physical classes are available, though requirements vary by course. […]

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Who Can Act as a Personal Representative in a Probate Case?

Friday, July 1, 2011

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One question that may cross your mind as you prepare to make your will is, “who can I name to be my personal representative?”  Well, the answer to that question can, and does, vary by state.  A Florida Probate Lawyer can tell you that a personal representative can be anyone you decide to appoint to […]

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Getting Medical Expenses Covered After an Accident

Thursday, June 30, 2011

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After an accident, one of the last things you want to think about is your medical expenses.  Some people have health insurance to cover a major part of their costs. But for those who have to pay a large percentage or all of their medical expenses, an accident can lead to financial hardship and even bankruptcy. […]

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Resolving Family Disputes in Guardianships

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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When you think of a court proceeding, you may think of what goes on in court scenes on TV and in the movies. In real life, you get much more, especially when it comes to dealing with family disputes in guardianship cases. Sometimes those who are sitting in the waiting area in the courtroom get […]

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Homesteading Your Home

Saturday, June 25, 2011

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Florida is famous for its liberal laws regarding homestead protection. Here’s a brief discussion of what “homestead” means in Florida, and how it affects you. If you have a dilemma regarding your homestead status, please consult an experienced Sarasota Lawyer for expert advice. Florida’s homestead protections cover three areas: Tax Exemptions Every homeowner knows the […]

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Foreclosure Timeline: A Step-by-Step Guide

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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When you bought your house, you held high hopes for the future. This was the place you’d raise your family, create a home. Only it didn’t work out that way. Perhaps it was job loss, divorce, injury, illness, a death–or a series of poor financial decisions. At this point, the cause doesn’t matter. You’re facing […]

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Seeking Guardianship With an Attorney

Sunday, June 12, 2011

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Nobody wants to think about what would happen to their kids if they were unable to care for them anymore either because of a debilitating accident, or because of death. But it is wise to plan for these situations and the best way to do that is by contacting a Florida Guardianship Attorney and planning […]

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Using a Personal Injury Law Firm in a Tort Case

Thursday, June 9, 2011

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Sometimes injuries happen because of intentional neglect, and sometimes it’s an accident. For both cases, the law has provisions for compensation because of these acts. These acts are called Torts. There are three basic types of torts as recognized by the law: negligent torts, intentional torts, and strict liability torts. Each type of tort has […]

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