Category Archives: Florida

Successful Strategies for Getting a Divorce After 50

The term for it today is “Gray Divorce,” and it means getting a divorce after 50 years of age. You probably never thought this would happen to you at this stage of your life, but, with these successful strategies, you … Continue reading

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Debt Consolidation vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

  If it seems as though you are drowning in a sea of debt and credit card bills, do not despair. There are options available that can help you get out from under the debts that seem only to get … Continue reading

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Border Search – What is Legal?

  It is legal for any person entering the United States from a foreign country to undergo a full customs border search without cause or warrant. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer has a right to inspections based … Continue reading

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Did Hurricane Irma Put a Shutter (Shudder) on Your Marriage?

While you were busy shuttering up your home against the wrath of Hurricane Irma, were you also unwittingly putting a shudder on your marriage? Natural disasters can bring out the best and the worst in people. Some couples find that … Continue reading

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USCIS Announces In-Person Interviews for Green Cards

  As of August 28, 2017, USCIS announces in-person interviews for green cards. Applicants seeking a change in status to obtain green cards will now undergo an in-person interview before they are allowed to reside in the United States permanently. … Continue reading

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Divorce Coach vs. Divorce Attorney: What is the Difference?

  Getting a divorce may be one of the hardest things you ever have to do. The longer you were married, and whether or not you have children, property, and other issues can make it difficult to deal with other … Continue reading

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What is The RAISE Act?

Co-authored by Senator David Perdue from GA (R) and Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas (R), the bill could reduce legal immigration down to 500,000 per year from the current one million new green card holders. This potential overhaul to the … Continue reading

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The Dream Act of 2017: What Does it Mean?

    The bipartisan Dream Act of 2017 sponsored by Sen. Richard Durbin, D-IL, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. could provide a way for some young immigrants who arrived or stayed in the US illegally before the age of 18 … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

  When the creditors start calling, you have rights. Understanding bankruptcy and the fair debt collection practices act can help protect you from collectors making your life miserable. What is the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act? The FDCPA is a … Continue reading

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New Executive Order on H-1B Visas –What Does it Mean?

The new executive order signed by President Trump may have quite an impact on H-1B visas. In his order for an interdepartmental review of the country’s H-1B visa program, the president wants suggestions for changes to the program to offer … Continue reading

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