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Blog Posts in 2017

  • 31-Jul-2017

    Tips to Avoid Swimming Pool Accidents During the Summer

    Summer months provide ample opportunity for residents across Florida to cool off and enjoy the water in swimming pools. While pools can be a great source of entertainment or exercise, they do pose risks, especially to children. In fact, the U.S. ...
  • 27-Jul-2017

    5 Immediate Steps to Take After a DUI Arrest

    Being arrested and charged for any criminal offense can cause great disruption in your life. When that charge is for driving under the influence ( DUI ) of drugs or alcohol, there are a number of consequences and penalties that can accompany the ...
  • 28-Jun-2017

    5 Common Estate Planning Issues

    Estate plans are critical documents for anyone, not just those with large estates. An estate plan can give you peace of mind knowing that your assets will be handled how you wish, but there are also some issues that you may run into if you ...
  • 14-Jun-2017

    How to Talk to Your Children About Divorce

    Divorce can be a painful and emotional event for anyone, but it may be especially difficult for children to understand. If you are planning a divorce, it is important to talk to your kids about the process and what they can expect. Here are some tips ...
  • 21-Apr-2017

    Experts Push for Tougher Distracted Driving Laws

    April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and organizations and advocates throughout the country are increasing their efforts to raise awareness about the devastating consequences distraction can have when it takes place behind the wheel. ...
  • 17-Apr-2017

    Can You Trust a Public Defender to Handle Your Case?

    Being charged with a criminal offense can make for difficult and frightening times. When there’s a lot on the line, you need to be sure you understand and know how to exercise your legal rights, especially your right to legal representation. No ...
  • 14-Mar-2017

    What To Do if You Have Been Wrongly Accused of Domestic Violence

    Law enforcement and our criminal justice system have completely changed the way they handle matters of domestic violence. Where at one time law enforcement officers would respond to a domestic disturbance call and simply tell the parties to stop, ...
  • 7-Mar-2017

    Am I Able to Appeal a Personal Injury Case?

    Sometimes, victims may not be satisfied with the results of their personal injury case. Whether it results from poor legal representation, erroneous details, or a difficult and challenging case, unsatisfactory results can greatly threaten victims and ...
  • 9-Feb-2017

    4 Things to Know About Premises Liability After Being Injured on Another's Property

    The civil justice system protects the rights of the injured and the wronged by providing avenues for them to hold negligent parties accountable. If you or someone you love has been injured while on another’s property, you might have the right ...
  • 2-Feb-2017

    3 Reasons Why You Should Create an Estate Plan

    Estate planning is the personal and legal process of establishing plans for how you want your estate – or the assets, property, and policies you own – to be divided upon your death. While many people think estate planning is something ...
  • 20-Jan-2017

    Legal Factors You Need to Know Before Buying a Business

    Many people all over the United States dream of owning a business. The idea of being one’s own boss is an essential part of the American Dream. It’s no surprise, then, that so many people attempt to start small businesses. Around 543,000 ...
  • 12-Jan-2017

    What Is Legal Guardianship?

    A legal guardian is someone appointed with the legal authority to care for the personal and property interests of another person. Legal guardians can care for seniors, minors, and/or the developmentally disabled. A legal guardian’s job is to ...

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