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Creditor Claims Against Estates in Florida

Creditors have two years from the date of death of a person to file a claim against the estate. Read More

Motorcycle Crashes in Florida

If you were in a collision while riding a motorcycle, and the other driver caused that accident, you might be able to recover compensation. Read More

Only Pay if You Win: Contingency Fees Take the Risk Out of a Lawsuit

Contingency fees are a compensation arrangement between a lawyer and their client. Working on a contingency fee means that the attorney will not earn any fees unless the case is successful. Read More

Non-Solicitation Agreements In Florida

A non-solicitation agreement prevents employees from accessing and using valuable information – namely client/customer lists – for their own benefit after leaving the company. Read More

Understanding Promissory Estoppel In Florida Contract Law

Promissory estoppel is a claim made in an effort to make someone keep a promise, even though there isn’t a written or oral contract. Read More

Choice Of Law Provisions In Florida Contracts

A choice of law provision is also known as a forum selection or a governing law provision. Read More

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