Collaborative Divorce Law

The Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) went  into effect on July 1, 2017.  This creates a new alternative to litigation for family matters in Florida – the Collaborative Process.  The Florida Supreme Court recently adopted Florida Bar Rules and Professional Responsibilities on the…

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Florida Assault and Battery Laws

Although assault and battery are often related crimes and discussed together, the two are actually distinct offenses. Florida state laws define the two crimes separately. Assault generally refers to the threat of imminent force and battery refers to the unwanted…

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Florida Child Custody Laws

While the Sunshine State is a special place to start a romance, not all love stories have the happiest endings. And when these endings involve children, we have to figure out which laws will apply to our child custody cases.…

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Florida Deceptive Trade Practices Laws

When manufacturers or retailers make false claims, spread disinformation, or use other misleading tactics to entice sales, they are engaging in one or more deceptive trade practices. Examples include the tampering of odometers by car dealers and making wildly inaccurate…

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Business Laws

Business LawsWhile we consumers always want the lowest price possible for goods and services, it makes sense to expect businesses to charge us as much as they can. But what happens if a business doesn’t have any competition? Or what…

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