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Blog Posts in April, 2016

  • Second Time Not a Charm for Family Law Reform Bill

    || 28-Apr-2016

    Florida Governor Rick Scott recently vetoed legislation that would have created a presumption of equal time timesharing for divorcing parents and overhauled the alimony awards. Governor Scott cited concerns of shifting the focus of courts considering such issues from the best interest of children and each unique situation to the desires and preferences of the parents. How Time-Sharing and Alimony ...
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  • Bankruptcy Exemptions in Florida

    || 20-Apr-2016

    Filing for bankruptcy to fight off massive debt can be a pretty frightful experience, if you are going through it without the help of a bankruptcy lawyer. The common message in news and entertainment medias is that bankruptcy is going to take away all of your debt, but also all of your possessions. The reality could not be further from the truth. With a carefully planned bankruptcy and Florida ...
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  • The Volusia County Council unanimously voted to pass a county ordinance making possession of up to 20 grams of marijuana a county ordinance violation punishable by a fine of $100. By doing so, Volusia County followed in the footsteps of Dade and Palm Beach Counties towards a more progressive and realistic approach to marijuana. Even closer to home, Flagler County is currently considering a similar ...
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  • Jacksonville and Florida Foreclosure Rates See Improvement

    || 6-Apr-2016

    Sometimes everything in the news can seem pretty negative. It is good to get some good news once in a while, and even better when it comes from your own communities. Here in Jacksonville, and all across Florida, actually, foreclosure rates are declining and remaining low, according to recent reports. In January of 2015, foreclosure rates for Jacksonville was 1.71% and in 2016 an even lower 1.65%. ...
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