Unlike general legal actions, summary procedure provides certain plaintiffs to an action an expedited consideration of disputes. The timeframe for responding to an action is 5 days after service, as opposed to the standard 20 days for general actions.Read More
Q&A with immigration attorney, Elina M. Santana, Esq. who answers some frequently asked questions related to family-based visas and divorces.
Can you apply for citizenship when you’re divorced from the spouse that got you your green card? What happens if your spouse misses the interview? Check out our latest blog post to find out!Read More
Per Florida Statute, any benefits, rights, and/or funds accrued during the marriage in retirement and pension plans are considered marital property subject to equitable distribution. Retirement and pension plan benefits are treated as marital property because they are considered a contractual right received during marriage in lieu of higher compensation, which would have otherwise increased the […]Read More
What happens if you haven’t seen or spoken to your spouse and want to divorce? Can you still get divorced?
Here’s what to do in Florida:Read More
Want to find your dream job in the legal field? We are looking to grow our team, and you might just be the person we are looking for!
We have 3 positions in the following areas:
1. Two law clerk positions that involve actively learning what it takes to be an attorney and/or how to run a law firm;
2. One legal assistant with managerial duties.
At this time we are virtual, and offer the flexibility to work from anywhere. Find out more details here:Read More
Nope. As of July 1, 2020, the law relating to the qualification of a service animal changed to address the abuse of online certificates. In case you didn’t know, online certificates that purport your pet to be qualified as a service animal are very easy to get. In most cases, you simply have to make […]Read More
Is your business dissolved for missing a deadline? Learn how to reinstate your business status to active!Read More
When you start a business in Florida, future growth is easy. We’ll walk you through all of the crucial steps once you have your business plan ready to go. Find out more:Read More
A few days ago, Judge Bailey submitted a letter with an operational plan update. The plan explores a Zoom/live hybrid trial as jury trials predicted to be delayed until there is a vaccine.Read More
Miami-Dade court operations have returned to Phase 1 due to the rise of new COVID-19 cases. Courts will remain closed and virtual hearings will continue.Read More