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Entity Formation For Your Small Business: LLC versus S-Corp

One of the initial and critical steps in starting any new business is choosing the entity form that best fits the needs the needs of the company.  For most small businesses, the decision comes down to the limited liability company (“LLC”) versus the Subchapter “S” corporation (S-Corp).  While both business structures provide some similar benefits Read More

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Understanding Florida’s Tough DUI Laws

Florida has some of the most stringent DUI laws in the nation. Even a first-time offense can result in some fairly steep penalties. To keep our state’s roads safe and to stay out of trouble, it is important for motorists to understand the law as it pertains to drinking and driving. The line between driving Read More

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Most Common Internet Crimes in Florida

Internet crime is a large and continuously growing category of illegal activity. The concept of Internet crime is always evolving, and has become so inclusive that it can be difficult to know where to draw the line between regular, acceptable online activities and activities that could result in criminal charges. Some of the most common Read More

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A Comprehensive Estate Plan Means More Than Just a Will

Most people think estate planning simply means deciding which family members and friends should get your property after you die. While this is certainly an important part of estate planning, it’s only one aspect of it. Since the average American life expectancy is now approximately 79 years, it’s important to think about the later stages Read More

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Challenging or Asserting Paternity in Florida

If there is a question about whether an individual fathered a child, a paternity test may be in order. When a paternity claim is brought to court, it takes the form of a civil lawsuit in which both sides are allowed to present and contest evidence. While the majority of us are familiar with the Read More

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What if You’re Caught Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana?

Driving while under the influence of marijuana is grounds for arrest in the state of Florida. In fact, it may bring about some fairly serious penalties, including fines, suspension of your driver’s license and jail time. Many people think that because there is no established breath test, officers have no way to determine when a Read More

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How to Modify a Child Timesharing Agreement in Florida

There are several issues to consider if you are interested in amending a child timesharing agreement, which was previously known as a child custody, in Florida. A child timesharing agreement is typically found within a Parenting Plan. The process of modifying a timesharing schedule comes with a few challenges, but you may be able to Read More

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Remember, Texting While Driving is Illegal in Florida

Texting while driving recently became illegal in Florida, so it is important for motorists to understand the new laws and the effects they are having statewide. Texting while driving is a secondary offense, which means that law enforcement officers cannot pull you over or issue a ticket for texting alone. However, if you are pulled Read More

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Understanding Equitable and Separate Property in a Florida Divorce

During a divorce, often one of the most difficult and contentious matters to resolve is the division of property and marital assets. With professional legal support, you gain greater control over this process and make sure the outcome is as fair as possible. In Florida, the law requires an equitable division of property. It’s important Read More

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What Should You Do after Being Pulled Over for Drunk Driving?

If you are pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving in Florida, you can expect to undergo a specific series of events. Initially, if an officer believes you are driving under the influence (DUI), you will be required to take a field sobriety test, which may include speech, balance or mental acuity tests. If you Read More

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