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Monthly Archives: May 2019

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What Absolutely Must Be Done After Divorce?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Divorce is already traumatic enough, and can end up leaving you completely exhausted, such that it can be difficult to think about what needs to be done, even once the divorce decree has been signed. However, it is crucial that you and your attorney complete simple tasks in order to make sure that assets… Read More »

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In Florida, Criminal Defendants Can Be Convicted Without First Being Able to Challenge Computer Programs That Falsely Identified Them

By William Wallshein P.A. |

The Florida Supreme Court was recently petitioned to address an issue that has long violated the constitutional, due process rights of criminal defendants here in Florida. While in most states, defendants have the right to challenge the accuracy of a face recognition system that leads to criminal charges, in Florida, that has never been… Read More »

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A Closer Look at Assumable Mortgages in Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Given that a couple’s marital home is often their most valuable asset, one of the most important issues we counsel our Florida clients going through divorce on is whether or not they want to, and can afford to, hold onto that home. If an individual decides that they plan to hold onto the family… Read More »

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Florida Authorities Cracking Down On Sex Crimes Since Robert Kraft Incident

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Florida is cracking down on sex crimes in massage parlors after the Robert Kraft scandal. In the month of February, Florida authorities shut down at least 10 spas, and charged a number of men with purchasing sex. While authorities once only provided minor charges and punishments for the owners of these facilities, those days… Read More »

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Two Proposed Bills in Florida Could Decrease the Number of People Charged with Felony Theft and Increase the Number of People Charged with Animal Cruelty

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Two bills proposed in the Florida legislature could make a significant difference when it comes to criminal charges. One would increase the value threshold that is required to charge someone with a felony for theft, while the other one punishes pet owners who abandon their pets during manmade or natural disasters, such as hurricanes,… Read More »

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