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Were You Accused of Drug Possession in Your Vehicle? – Know How You’ll Be Assessed.
Were You Accused of Drug Possession in Your Vehicle? – Know How You’ll Be Assessed. Tue, Jan 02, 2018 Traffic violations and DUI’s may lead to vehicle searches. If police find any illegal drugs in your vehicle, you may be charged with drug possession. This can be troublesome. Read More

Paul Rice on PlanStrongerTV™ - "An Overview of Divorce"
Paul Rice on PlanStrongerTV™ - "An Overview of Divorce" Tue, Jan 02, 2018 PlanStrongerTV™ Episode 125, hosted by David Holland, CPA, CFP®, with Guest Paul Rice, Esq . "An Overview of Divorce" Read More

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year... Fri, Dec 22, 2017 The holiday season is upon us, and during this festive time, local and state law police are out in force monitoring for DUI, with more police patrols, and with DUI Check Points. If you are stopped while driving, and it turns into a DUI Investigation,... Read More

No Solicitation, No Knock and Talk?
No Solicitation, No Knock and Talk? Thu, Nov 02, 2017 In a recent ruling by a Florida appeals court, an interesting legal decision was made in regards to a search and seizure by law enforcement at a person’s home for drugs, per a search warrant. As a reminder, under both the United States and Florida Co... Read More

What to Expect Out of Your Free Daytona Criminal Law Consultation
What to Expect Out of Your Free Daytona Criminal Law Consultation Fri, Oct 13, 2017 Taking the first step toward legal guidance during your criminal case can be frightening and can feel overwhelming. Daytona’s criminal defense board certified attorney, Phil Bonamo, is sharing practical information on what to expect out of your initi... Read More

No Driver’s License, No Problem?
No Driver’s License, No Problem? Mon, Oct 09, 2017 In a ruling in late September 2017, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that if a person does not have a driver’s license, for if he/she never obtained one, and that person is pulled over for a traffic stop infraction, such as speeding, that person can o... Read More

Collaborative Divorce and Family Law Practice
Collaborative Divorce and Family Law Practice Wed, Oct 04, 2017 The Florida legislature recently passed legislation and the Supreme Court implemented new rules governing collaborative practice in family law. Read More

Stand Your Ground In Court
Stand Your Ground In Court Fri, Sep 29, 2017 The Florida Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision on September 28, 2017, made the ruling and finding that a “stand your ground” immunity in a criminal case could not be used to block a civil lawsuit. Read More

Why Should I Pay for an Initial Divorce Consultation if Other Attorneys Offer Them for Free?
Why Should I Pay for an Initial Divorce Consultation if Other Attorneys Offer Them for Free? Fri, Sep 22, 2017 The old adage that “you get what you pay for” is never more true than in the legal field.  And, while I’m on old adages, don’t forget that Abraham Lincoln is credited with saying that “a lawyer’s time and advice are his stock in trade.” In other word... Read More

Custody By Extended Family Member
Custody By Extended Family Member Mon, Jul 24, 2017 In my practice as a family law attorney, I have seen over the years where children have essentially been raised and their daily needs provided for by family members other than the child’s parents. It happens in a variety of different contexts, and th... Read More

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