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Property Division: Who Gets The Home In A Florida Divorce?

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If you and your partner are considering divorce, you likely are concerned about property division. Specifically, you may want to know what will happen to the biggest asset you own: the house. The answer to this question is not always clear-cut. There are factors that come into play, such as children and whether or… Read More »

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Misdemeanor Versus Felony DUI: What’s The Difference?

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While we all know that it’s illegal to drink and drive, many of us do it anyway. Some people drink too much at a party and think they are sober enough to drive home. Others are too embarrassed to call their family or friends for a ride home. Whatever the situation, if you are… Read More »

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Avoiding Common Types Of Motorcycle Accidents

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The sun and open roads make Florida the ideal destination for motorcyclists. While motorcycles offer fun and freedom, they also open the door to numerous dangers. Motorcycles are smaller than passenger vehicles, and they offer no protection for riders in the event of a crash. A crash involving a motorcycle is rarely minor. In… Read More »

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How Social Media Can Affect Your Child Custody Case

By Mander Law Group |

Are you a frequent Twitter user? Can’t live without checking Facebook every five minutes? If so, you’re not alone. Many Florida residents are addicted to social media. However, if you’re in the middle of a divorce and arguing with your soon-to-be ex-spouse over child custody, then it’s recommended that you stay away from social… Read More »

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Claiming Self Defense In Florida – Here’s What You Need To Know

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Legally speaking, self defense is an affirmative defense that can be used under some circumstances to avoid the legal effects of an otherwise unlawful violent act. For example, pointing a gun at someone and intentionally pulling the trigger is usually an unlawful act, but if this act is done out of self defense (perhaps… Read More »

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What Constitutes Medical Malpractice In Florida?

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Medical malpractice (also sometimes referred to as “medical negligence”) occurs when a medical professional’s negligence injures a patient. However, It is important to note that not all medical mishaps are the result of negligence (i.e. failing to act with the level of care that an ordinarily prudent person would have exercised under similar circumstances),… Read More »

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How To Establish A Child’s Paternity In Florida

By Mander Law Group |

Did you know that in Florida the law distinguishes between biological fathers and legal fathers? While for many children their biological father is also their legal father, this is not the case for every child. Think of it this way, a child’s biological father is the man who genetically fathered him or her while,… Read More »

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Changes to Medical Malpractice Caps in Florida

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If you have been a victim of medical malpractice, you may be wondering what state laws apply to you and the amount of money you can expect to receive from a settlement. Many states have caps that limit the amount of money you can get from a medical malpractice lawsuit. Florida did have a… Read More »

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Are Florida’s Outdated Alimony Laws Due for a Reform?

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If you have ever been through a divorce in Florida, you will notice that the alimony laws are seriously outdated. They were written many decades ago, when divorces were not common and when they did occur, women were the ones who received alimony because they were never the breadwinners. It’s now 2017, and things… Read More »

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Illegal Possession of a Firearm in Florida

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Illegally possessing a firearm in Florida is a serious criminal offense. However, exactly how much trouble an offender may find himself/herself in depends on which Florida firearm possession law was violated. Two of Florida’s most commonly charged firearm possession laws are outlined below, but please note that there are also a variety of other… Read More »

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