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Florida DUI Penalty Chart

If you received a DUI in Florida, an experienced DUI lawyer can help you avoid the harsh Florida DUI penalties. Contact us online or call today to schedule a free consultation: 850-680-0849 Driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated, also known as DUI or DWI respectively, carries stiff penalties in Florida. The DUI penalties in Florida increase with...

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Florida Collaborative Divorce Overview

Are you seeking a divorce? You don’t have to go through the process alone. A divorce attorney can help. Get your case reviewed today: (850) 433-6581 Divorce is an inherently stressful process. However, there are ways to lessen that stress and promote more amicable relationships. One legal method that prioritizes the mental and emotional health of all parties is...

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Business Entities – What Are The Advantages?

Legal entities include corporations, limited liability companies, and various forms of partnerships. Our Pensacola, Florida business lawyers will review the different benefits of forming a business entity. For assistance, please call (850) 433-6581 or send us an online message today. Reasons to Form a Business Entity in Florida For business owners, it’s often beneficial to form an entity for some...

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Is a DUI a Felony In Florida?

When people come to our firm for high-quality DUI defense, they frequently ask us if a DUI in Florida is a misdemeanor or felony. The answer depends on the allegations the police make against you. Therefore, we must thoroughly review their case before we can answer that important question. No matter if you have a Florida DUI misdemeanor or...

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How to Dissolve an LLC in Florida

When a limited liability company (LLC) reaches the end of its life, properly closing it is important. There are several steps you may take, including many required by law. Accordingly, you should understand how to dissolve an LLC in Florida before doing so. Our Florida business lawyers will explain. Dissolving a Florida LLC has three main stages: making sure...

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Florida Termination Laws Overview

Understanding Florida Termination Laws Florida is an at-will employment state. In the simplest terms, at-will employment gives the employer the right to terminate the employment relationship at any time and for any lawful reason. Nevertheless, at-will employers do not have completely unfettered discretion to terminate their workers’ employment, even in Florida. Firing someone for a prohibited reason could lead...

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Is Your License Suspended Immediately After a DUI in Florida?

Overall, the United States reported 10,511 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in 2018, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Out of those fatalities, 814 occurred in the State of Florida. In Florida, approximately 3.8 alcohol-related driving fatalities occur per every 100,000 people, slightly higher than the national average of 3.2 deaths per 100,000 people.  These alcohol-related fatalities are not...

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How to Dissolve a Corporation in Florida

For a variety of reasons, there may come a time when it’s time to close a corporation through dissolution. If you are at this stage with your business, you’ve probably wondered how to dissolve a corporation in Florida. Dissolving a Florida corporation involves two primary steps: dissolving the corporation in the eyes of the law, and then winding up...

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Florida‌ ‌Workers’‌ ‌Compensation‌ ‌Waiting‌ ‌Period‌

If you’ve suffered a work injury, you may wonder, When should I start to receive workers’ compensation payments? How long will it take? Under Florida law, injured employees are entitled to wage loss and medical benefits. Medical benefits will likely start immediately. But the wage loss claim has a workers’ comp waiting period, so those benefits may not start...

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Statement on the Status of the OSHA COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing ETS

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is withdrawing the vaccination and testing emergency temporary standard issued on Nov. 5, 2021, to protect unvaccinated employees of large employers with 100 or more employees from workplace exposure to coronavirus. The withdrawal is effective January 26, 2022. Although OSHA is withdrawing the vaccination and testing ETS as an enforceable emergency temporary...

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