The Florida Senate has passed a divorce reform bill, which would end permanent alimony and automatically set 50/50 time sharing for divorcing couples in Florida. One of the most controversial parts of the proposed reform would make the application of … Continue reading
For the fifth time, US lawmakers have introduced a bill which would treat private student loan debt the same as other private debt in bankruptcy proceedings. Congressmen Steve Cohen (TN-09) and Danny Davis (IL-07) introduced the legislation. “Congress taking action … Continue reading
The number of homes for sale in the Jacksonville area dropped to its lowest level since 2005 says the Times-Union. That means all those homes sitting on the market have been purchased. With a more limited supply, the average price … Continue reading
Good news for our community. The Jacksonville Daily record reports that bankruptcy filings have come down from their peak. Filings in the 16-county Jacksonville Division peaked at an average of 953 a month in 2010 and have fallen to 721, … Continue reading
Help for Homeowners community event to help you find options to avoid foreclosure. Friday November 2 in Orlando
Living along a Florida beach sounds like a dream, but it can bring nightmarish worries, including severe weather, erosion and regulations limiting how the land is used. A new study by researchers with the University of Florida’s Levin College of … Continue reading
Five years later, the scourge of the foreclosure crisis still affects thousands of homeowners across the state of Florida. Illegal foreclosures have been especially problematic, as banks raced through the legal process and ejected people from their homes. After reports … Continue reading
There may be many reasons why one party may want a prenuptial agreement before entering into marriage. We can discuss these scenarios with you.
If you’re thinking of adopting, speak with us soon. There are many areas in the process that will require a sharp legal eye!
In an appeal, no new issues, witnesses or evidence is presented. The appellate court only reviews the previous trial. The court then decides whether to re-open the case.