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Broward County Toxicologist Accused Of Tampering With Evidence

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Broward County toxicologist Gary Kunsman is accused of tampering with evidence and alleged theft of a controlled substance. While an investigation is ongoing, defense attorneys throughout Broward County are on notice for cases Kunsman previously lent his expertise to or testified on, because of potential bias. If an investigation confirms Kunsman’s actions, all previous… Read More »

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Unruly And Uncooperative Airline Passengers In Florida & Elsewhere Continue To Plague U.S. Flights

By William Wallshein P.A. |

The Federal Aviation Administration has requested airports provide more support for dealing with uncooperative passengers, including curbing the sale of alcohol in airports. This request comes after a deluge of increased reports of mid-air violence and assault from crazed passengers towards other guests, flight attendants and staff. Most recently, Frontier airlines flight attendants were… Read More »

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Adopting A Stepchild In Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Adoption is a beautiful beginning for all parties involved. While it might not seem obvious, adoption can be complicated, taking years in some cases. Sometimes a couple is seeking a child and will use all resources available, including public and private agencies. The cost of adoption ranges depending on services utilized. Sometimes a grandparent… Read More »

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Child Negligence & Weapons Laws In Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

A terrible occurrence was reported in Orlando, Florida after a toddler got a hold of a loaded handgun and fatally shot his mother while she was engaged in a Zoom video call. When officers arrived, they found the mother deceased and two children present. The handgun was not secured and reportedly belonged to the… Read More »

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Understanding Florida Trespassing Laws

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Dan and Brandon are goofing around on school grounds the weekend before senior graduation. They decide it would be funny to spray paint the gymnasium and break the awards display case in the principal’s office. A silent alarm is triggered and both students are arrested for trespassing on school grounds, vandalism and criminal mischief…. Read More »

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Dealing With An Absentee Co-Parent? You Have Options.

By William Wallshein P.A. |

You and your ex share two tweens, an 11-year-old and 13-year-old. You got divorced two years ago, and you were awarded primary physical custody, with your ex getting visitation weekly from Saturday mornings to Sunday evenings. Over the last year, your ex has shown up for visitation three times. Your kids have come to… Read More »

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Preparing For Divorce In Florida? Check Your Social Media Accounts First

By William Wallshein P.A. |

You have been thinking about separating for a couple years now, but COVID-19 delayed your plans to move out. Now that you and your soon-to-be ex are vaccinated and you have secured an apartment, it’s time to separate. You have prepared a complaint and financial statement and are ready to serve your ex.  Is… Read More »

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What Is A Step-Up Parenting Plan?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Alice and Michael share a 3-year-old son, Jeff, but Michael has only met Jeff once since he was born. While Michael does not deny paternity, he has never been involved and also never paid child support. Alice obtained a court order to enforce child support payments, and now Michael’s income is garnished. Michael stated… Read More »

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Gray Divorce: Implications For Divorce Over 50

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Divorce is on the rise among middle-aged and elderly seniors across the U.S. and in other countries. Since 2000, divorce rates in total have leveled off, but rates amongst adults 50 and older have skyrocketed. While some might argue “gray divorce” is due to a mid-life crisis of sorts, others argue quite the opposite…. Read More »

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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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