The Golf Ball Hazard
Mon, Mar 19, 2018
Many Floridians enjoy the spaciousness and beauty of golf course views from their homes. Unfortunately, in these Homeowners’ opinion, this serenity is sometimes marred by golfers who seek, errant balls or by the balls themselves resounding off the ex... Read More
What rights does a creditor have in a bankruptcy case?
Mon, Jul 25, 2016
Bankruptcy is a process by which consumers or businesses can eliminate or repay some or all of their debts under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court. If you’ve received a notice from a bankruptcy court that a person or business that owes y... Read More
In What County Will My Lawsuit Be Filed?
Mon, Mar 14, 2016
When someone believes they have been harmed they often turn to the judicial system for a remedy. But what happens if the potential defendant lives in another location? Although a person's first inclination may be to seek out the help of an attorney i... Read More
Primer on Government in the State of Florida
Tue, Dec 29, 2015
Primer on Government: Florida has several layers of government. Below is the basic make up. Federal Government: Florida has two United States Senators of the 100 total, Bill Nelson (D) and Marco Rubio (R). Florida has 27 United States Congressmen of ... Read More
When Someone Dies – The First 48 (Part One)
Tue, Oct 07, 2014
When a death occurs the surviving family members are often faced with numerous questions and uncertainties as to their responsibilities. One of the first issues that must be addressed is how the body will be cared for. Read More
Stop, Collaborate and Listen: An Overview of Mediation
Thu, Aug 07, 2014
During the 1980s, a scholar, poet, and overall gentlemen by the name of Vanilla Ice released the hit single, “Ice, Ice, Baby.” For those who know the song, it opens with Vanilla Ice emphatically shouting, “stop, collaborate and listen.” Read More
Evictions: How Fast Does the Clock Tick?
Thu, Jun 12, 2014
When a property owner seeks to evict a tenant they always want to know how long the process will take. For most, the initial impression is that the entire action takes approximately forty-eight hours, or that an eviction is as simple as changing the... Read More