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What Is the UCCJEA?
What Is the UCCJEA?

Child custody determinations are incredibly difficult to navigate when both parties are present and living in the same state. But what happens if one parent lives in a different state, or even across the country? And which state’s court is responsible for handling a divorced ...

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  • Recognizing the Signs of Parental Alienation

    Many recently divorced couples struggle to navigate the nuances and pitfalls associated with child custody orders and visitation schedules. Both ...

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  • Why Property Managers Need Legal Counsel

    The demands on property management companies are becoming increasingly burdensome. There are many reasons for this; for example, tenants are becoming ...

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  • About Risk Protection Orders in Florida

    There are many critics and commentators who have given their opinion about Florida’s recently-passed statute regarding Risk Protection Orders in ...

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  • Bankruptcy & the Role of the Chapter 7 Trustee

    Each year, approximately 800,000 people file for bankruptcy in order to pay off their creditors and alleviate their debts. For many Americans, this ...

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  • Procedures Landlords Must Follow

    Landlords must comply with specific procedures under Florida Statutes (FS), ch. 83, pt. 2 (Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act) (“The Act”) to ...

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  • What Constitutes a "Cybercrime"?

    “Cybercrime” has evolved into a multilayered criminal industry that generates over $1 trillion each year. The big players and heavy hitters of this ...

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  • When Can A Tenant Withhold Rent

    Landlords face a common problem in their property management business, namely, tenants threaten to or in fact withhold rent based on the allegation ...

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  • Removing a Tenant

    In Florida, a landlord may remove a tenant from a residential rental property only as allowed by the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act (Florida ...

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  • The Three Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate

    Florida Statutes (FS) 83.56(3) provides the procedure for a landlord to demand rent from a tenant who has defaulted on rent payment. The procedure is ...

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