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What Can A Lawyer Do For You in Florida?

There are many benefits to having a lawyer handle your family law or social security disability case as it progresses through the court system. It is incredibly useful to have someone advocating for you, who knows the lingo, and has an insider knowledge of the law. The ongoing...

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Should I Apply for Disability Back-Pay?

Back pay refers to past-due benefits that cover a period in which you had not been approved to collect disability benefits that you were medically qualified to collect. Therefore, to collect the back pay benefits, one must be incapable of working and being physically or mentally disabled.  However,...

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Common Myths Regarding Social Security Benefits

When you apply for social security disability, as with any new undertaking, you will have many questions. And many people come into the process with a lot of assumptions which are actually myths. In this article we hope to clarify and rectify some of those myths. Social Security...

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How Long Do Long-Term Disability Benefits Last?

Today we will be discussing long-term disability (LTD) benefits and exactly how long they last. First we need to describe exactly what LTD benefits are. LTD policies exist to basically supplement income lost for those who have been hurt and are unable to work or people who are...

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Divorce & the Family Business

You and your spouse started a business years ago and things with the business are going well. But the relationship with your spouse isn’t. So, here you are with a shared business and looking at a divorce. What options do you have from this point moving forward? Option...

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Uncontested Divorce vs Contested Divorce

A contested divorce is exactly as the name implies. This is where the two parties cannot agree on terms of the divorce and therefore will need some sort of moderation or legal judgement to get it finalized. An uncontested divorce is where both parties agree to the divorce,...

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