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Blog Posts in September, 2019

  • Can "Stand Your Ground" Always Be Used as a Defense?

    || 13-Sep-2019

    Generally, Florida’s “stand your ground” law protects people from facing criminal charges if they use or threaten to use force against a person who unlawfully places them at risk of harm. The defender's actions must be equal to those of the assailant. That means if Bill punches Tom, Tom can push or threaten to push Bill to stop the attack. If Tom was later charged with ...
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  • What Happens if You Voluntarily Pay Discharged Debt?

    || 3-Sep-2019

    When you file for bankruptcy, some of your debts can be discharged. That means you’re not liable for paying the remaining balance on specific loans. Additionally, creditors and/or lenders are prohibited from attempting to collect on the balance or taking legal action against you to recover funds. Although you are no longer obligated to make payments on a discharged debt, bankruptcy does not ...
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