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Alimony – Will This Be the Year it is Overhauled?

January 25th, 2017|

By: Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter Alimony reform is back again.  Will it become law?  The current bill has terms that are substantially similar to the bill the Governor vetoed in 2016 because of the presumption of [...]

Homestead Protection… Are You Sure?

November 29th, 2016|

By: Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter One of the benefits of living in Florida is your homestead protection from creditors.  But if that “creditor” is a former spouse, then Florida Constitution Article 10 §4, which exempts homestead [...]

Attorney-Client Communication from the Business May Not Work

November 8th, 2016|

By: Mark A. Levy You unfortunately find yourself involved as a party to a lawsuit.  At your initial consultation with your attorney, he or she explains how important it is for you to make full [...]

Don’t Be Like Prince – Don’t Die Without a Will

August 18th, 2016|

By: Ronald L. Siegel The following people have something in common: Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., Jimi Hendrix, Pablo Picasso, Sonny Bono, Prince, Michael Jackson. Each of these famous persons died without a Will. [...]

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: How to Minimize Your Litigation Costs

August 10th, 2016|

By: Brent V. Trapana In today’s economic climate, litigation clients are looking to get the best legal services for the optimal lowest price. Of course, hiring an experienced and knowledgeable litigation attorney plays an important [...]

Six Months of TRID – So Far, So Good

March 29th, 2016|

By: Matthew S. Kramer The TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule, commonly referred to as “TRID” has been in effect for almost six months (TRID went into effect on October 3, 2015) and despite serious concern from [...]