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Understanding the Birdnesting Co-Parenting Arrangement

By Mander Law Group |

Child custody is one of the most debated topics among divorcing parents. When everyone has been living together as a family, it can be hard to split up time with the kids. Which parent has primary custody? Who gets the kids on the weekends? There are many co-parenting arrangements to suit the needs of… Read More »


Making the Divorce Process Easier

By Mander Law Group |

Besides experiencing the death of a loved one, a divorce is the most stressful situation a person can face. While not every marriage ends in divorce, nearly half of them do. With gray divorces on the rise, there are no guarantees. Any marriage—even one lasting several decades—can lead to a trip to the lawyer’s… Read More »

Impact of Final Injunctions

By Khara Alvero |

Written by Khara Alvero Loss of Your Rights – Why you need a lawyer The scenario that begins an injunction can start with you simply having a verbal disagreement with a person that you know. It is even probably someone you like or trust. The police may never have been called. You chock the… Read More »

When is an award of alimony warranted in a Dissolution of Marriage

By Daniel Dwyer |

Current Florida Law permits the award of alimony in a dissolution proceeding, if an individual can prove an actual financial need and his/her spouse has the financial ability to pay. If the court, within sound discretion, determines there is a need and ability to pay then the determination of the proper type and form… Read More »

Knock and Talk Consent Search Tactics Used by Law Enforcement

By Mander Law Group |

A “Knock and Talk” or a “Tap and Rap” consent search is a tactic used by law enforcement officers when they do not have the necessary probable cause to obtain a search warrant but nonetheless want to search a residence or business. A “Knock and Talk” scenario commonly occurs when usually two police officers… Read More »

When are Miranda Warnings Required?

By Mander Law Group |

Our clients routinely tell our criminal defense attorneys that their “rights” were not read to them after being arrested and many are surprised when they are told that the warnings were not required because the officer did not ask them any questions. This article should help clarify the confusion. There are two basic requirements… Read More »

Florida’s Wire Tap Statute and Recording Law Enforcement Officers While On-Duty

By Mander Law Group |

Should it be illegal when citizens audio and/or video law enforcement officers while they are in the public and performing their duties? Many officers believe that it is illegal to record an officer while performing his or her duties if the officer does not consent to being recorded. These officers are the same ones… Read More »

Does Juror Pool Gossip and Chatter Prevent Fair Trials?

By Mander Law Group |

In the last week, potential jurors have been dismissed in murder trials in Pasco and Hillsborough counties for disobeying orders from the court to refrain from talking with others about the case. Pasco County Circuit Court Judge Susan Gardner dismissed a panel of potential jurors because one or more of the potential jurors talked… Read More »

Pinellas Prosecutor Dismisses Marijuana Cultivation Case—More Dismissals Eminent

By Mander Law Group |

Pinellas Prosecutor Dismisses Marijuana Cultivation Case—More Dismissals Eminent The Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney’s Office announced that charges of Marijuana Cultivation against David Cole were dismissed due to allegations that narcotics detectives trespassed and lied when gathering evidence. The dismissal in Cole’s case was announced the same day that his attorney had a deposition scheduled where… Read More »

Judge dismisses ticket for running red light caught on video-statute deemed unconstitutional

By Mander Law Group |

Judge dismisses ticket for running red light caught on video-statute deemed unconstitutional Pasco County Judge Ann Wansboro dismissed a citation and ruled last month that the use of red light cameras places the burden of proof on the driver and therefore does not afford the driver his/her due process and is unconstitutional. Her ruling… Read More »

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