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The Impact Of A DUI On CDL Licenses In Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

A DUI has serious consequences for anyone, but this especially so for people that drive for a living. Whether you are a rideshare driver or a commercial truck driver, it is important to understand the implications a DUI can have on your license restrictions, insurance premiums and coverage, and future employment opportunities. In Florida,… Read More »

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Divorce & Bankruptcy in Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Your divorce is final. Your ex-spouse has agreed to terms of the marital settlement agreement, including monthly alimony payments owed to you, in addition to child support for your two shared kids. Now he is calling to tell you he filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy and can no longer meet his obligations. What do you… Read More »

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Federal Child Tax Credit Updates

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Most readers are aware that the American Rescue Plan Act (the Covid-19 Relief Package) contained provisions to provide direct stimulus payments in the amount of $1,400 to Americans with a single adjusted gross income of $75,000 or less, and married couples with adjusted gross income of $150,000 or less. In addition to direct stimulus… Read More »

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Legal Custody and Physical Custody: What’s the Difference?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

A mother has filed for divorce from her husband, and she wants primary custody of their two children. After all, her spouse was an absentee parent to the kids, and even before the separation, never wanted to spend time with them. What would he be missing if she were awarded primary custody? Custody awards… Read More »

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Defending Disorderly Intoxication Charges in Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

If you were charged with a crime and are confused about your next steps, call Attorney William Wallshein for guidance.  What is Disorderly Intoxication? Florida statute defines disorderly intoxication as drunkenness in public that endangers the life and safety of another person or property. Disorderly intoxication also includes the imbibing of alcoholic beverages in… Read More »

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What is Criminal Identity Theft?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

The owners of a telemarketing company based out of Boca Raton are facing criminal identity theft and money laundering charges. The defendants allegedly referred patients contacted in a telemarketing scam for unnecessary genetic testing to a predetermined list of phlebotomy labs, who in turn paid kickbacks to the owners. The scam specifically worked to… Read More »

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Asset Forfeiture & Federal Crimes

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Learning of criminal charges can be trying and scary for a defendant and their family. How will they make bail, and what happens if they are convicted? Federal crimes, however, are a different matter altogether. If a suspect allegedly committed a federal criminal offense, government agencies will use all resources at their disposal to… Read More »

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Florida Senate Bill 1922: Potential Alimony Revisions

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Are you considering divorce but are concerned you won’t qualify for spousal support. Conversely, do you want to separate but don’t think your spouse is entitled to indefinite alimony? No matter the situation, alimony can be waived during divorce proceedings, but under no circumstances can a divorced spouse approach the court for a post-judgment… Read More »

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Cybercrimes & Domestic Violence

By William Wallshein P.A. |

An Ohio man was recently sentenced for placing a bomb at the Maryland home of a woman he had met online in 2020. Apparently the location of the bomb placement was the “love rival” of a mutual friend they all had met online during a virtual reality game. Cybercrimes and cyber dating violence are… Read More »

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Suspected Child Abuse Post-Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Recently in West Palm Beach, a mother of three children was arrested and charged with child abandonment after she forcibly removed her daughter from the family vehicle at a gas station at 5 am, and then abandoned her 3 year old son at a Publix grocery store several hours later. Police released an APB… Read More »

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