Due process has never been a speedy proposition. Due to the Coronavirus, Florida courts have become even harder to achieve speedy resolutions. Case in point Just recently I had a hearing to determine when my client’s divorce can proceed to trial. I waited all afternoon to speak to the judge. Finally at 5:30 p.m., I […]
No Shame in Filing for Bankruptcy
On May 22, 2020, one of the largest and well known car rental agencies filed for bankruptcy protection. Hertz rental car agency has been renting cars since 1918. Hertz is not the only well known company that has filed for bankruptcy protection in recent weeks. Hertz joins JC Penny, Neiman Marcus and J.Crew in declaring […]
Arrested for Domestic Violence?
Sheltering in place has been an opportunity for people to connect with their loved ones in special and unique ways. However, for some people, this has also caused tempers to flare and for arguments to happen. Domestic abuse is a terrible, growing by-product of self-quarantine and we wish that it would never happen. Unfortunately, it […]
The Pandemic Ate My Job
Last week the United States government announced a record 3.3 million people applied for first-time unemployment benefits. The Coronavirus Pandemic is likely either affecting you directly or somebody you know. The economic harm that is occurring might be temporary or it may result in a permanent change in your income. If you, or someone you […]
Coronavirus Can’t Take Away Your Freedom, Can It?
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted every part of our society and the legal system is no exception. Times of fear challenge our common held beliefs of what liberty and freedom mean for a country that is collectively scared. How far can government go in restricting our freedom? How far can we let people’s fears create […]
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