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04 Feb

Understanding Florida’s New Medicinal Cannabis Law

Amendment 2, also known as the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, was overwhelmingly approved by the voters in November, and went into effect on January 3rd of this year. This amendment to the State Constitution expands access to medicinal marijuana, but with several key restrictions;...

15 Aug

Important Tips About Hiring an Attorney

Recently, a friend told me about incorrect advice her former attorney had provided. To help prevent that from happening to someone else, here are some important tips about hiring an attorney (including a suggestion that would have protected my friend): Hiring a lawyer can be a...

22 Nov

Relocation of a Minor Child outside of the State of Florida

Relocation of a minor child outside of the State of Florida is controlled by Florida statute 61.13001. Essentially, the Statute requires parents seeking to relocate outside of Florida (or more than 50 miles from the child’s current residence) to first file and serve upon the other parent a Notice of Intent to Relocate to include a specific proposal for such relocation. Contact Attorney Bradley Sherman and learn how Florida’s Relocation Statute applies to your case, and how it is applied differently depending on whether the relocating parent is married to the other parent, or whether the relocating parent and child have resided in the State of Florida for less than six months.
22 Oct

Successful Helping Both Women And Men

A lawyer shall not engage in conduct in connection with the practice of law that is prejudicial to the administration of justice, including to knowingly, or through callous indifference, disparage, humiliate, or discriminate against litigants, jurors, witnesses, court personnel, or other lawyers on any basis,...