Monthly Archives: November 2020
Domestic Violence Destroys Lives
The shock of violence is staggering. Relationships that may have started out blissfully sometimes take a dramatic turn to darkness, leaving victims unsure how to protect themselves emotionally, mentally, and physically. Victims often question their own responsibility for the violence, blaming themselves for not being “enough.” Whether violence is new to your relationship or… Read More »
Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy the Right Move for You?
If you’re feeling overwhelmed with your financial situation, you are not alone. Nearly 30,000 bankruptcy filings have occurred in Florida so far this year, with about three-fourths of them Chapter 7 filings. The truth is, many people have been struggling to survive on reduced incomes this year, thanks to the pandemic and other factors… Read More »
What Happens If I Violate a Domestic Violence Injunction?
If you are currently subject to a court injunction related to stalking or domestic violence, you need to take the restrictions imposed by such order seriously. Violating an anti-stalking injunction is considered a felony in Florida. This means you may face serious jail time if you go against the judge’s instructions. Court Rejects Argument… Read More »
Dealing With a DUI During the Holidays
As the holidays approach, it’s worth noting that the rates of drinking and driving soar. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 25 percent more highway deaths occur during this time of year, with New Year’s Eve topping out with a 30 percent increase in fatalities. About a quarter of those deaths… Read More »