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Impact of Coronavirus on Time Sharing

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Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) several months ago, family law courts have been asked to weigh in on the question of whether or not the shelter in place mandates, and specific health and safety concerns parents have override their existing time sharing orders. In what appears to be an attempt to avoid… Read More »

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Motorists will Be Ticketed for Texting While Driving in Florida

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Beginning January 1, 2020, motorists in Florida will be ticketed if police catch them texting while driving. The law went into effect in July of 2019, but drivers were given a learning period to get used to the changes and understand what constitutes prohibited behavior. That meant, for the past 5 months, law enforcement… Read More »

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How Having Tinted Windows Led to Drug Charges

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A Florida man was recently sentenced to 7 years in prison and fined $100,000 for trafficking methamphetamine. How did he get caught? He was a passenger in a car that had tinted windows. Florida’s Law on Window Tinting With the harsh Florida sun beating down on drivers while they travel through the state, many… Read More »

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What Is Florida’s Law on Making a Written Threat to Kill?

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At times, life can be tough and filled with various upsets that cause emotional reactions. This is especially true for adolescents who are still trying to figure out how to navigate the world. When a juvenile goes through trying times, they express their feelings in text messages or on social media. Unfortunately, when they… Read More »

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How Does Compound Interest Work?

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The simple, yet somewhat complicated, definition of compound interest is that it is interest charged on top of interest. Basically, it means that you are paying interest for the total amount of a loan balance, not just the original. Additionally, it can significantly affect how much you owe your lender. The Principal and Interest… Read More »

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Is It Illegal to Wear a Mask on Halloween?

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Halloween is just around the corner, which means putting on a costume and heading out for a party. Part of your chosen outfit might include a mask, but you might have heard about a Florida statute that bans people from wearing an item that covers their face in public. You might wonder: Does this… Read More »

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What Is a Zombie Debt & How Is It Revived?

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You believe you’ve settled all your debts and are ready to get a fresh start on life. But then, you get a notice in the mail stating that you owe money on a specific credit card, a loan that you don’t even remember having or that you’re sure you paid off. An old or… Read More »

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