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Professional responsibility and legal conflicts of interest

Florida residents may find themselves in need of legal counsel for many reasons. These could include a divorce, financial challenges and even a bankruptcy filing, the need to seek compensation after a workplace accident or motor vehicle accident and more. Regardless of the reason that an attorney is sought, people need to know that they are finding someone who will be not only willing but fully able to work with their best interests in mind.

How Florida's attorney discipline process works - IV

In today's post, we'll conclude our ongoing discussion of the how the attorney discipline process works here in Florida. Once again, our purpose in this important endeavor has been to help shed some light on how those who have been harmed by the unscrupulous tactics of their attorney can seek redress outside of a civil lawsuit.

Understanding who can help with your legal issue

When people find themselves suddenly needing legal representation, it's often because they are facing less than ideal or truly unfortunate circumstances. Indeed, they may have been placed under arrest, served with divorce papers, involved in an accident, learned they are being deported or even lost a loved one.

Conflicts of interest leading cause of legal malpractice claims

Recruiting and hiring new talent is a goal for many law firms in the Jacksonville area. Bringing in new people can lead to more productivity, more hours billed and new clients. However, this can also lead to serious and expensive problems if partners and hiring professionals are not careful.

Why knowledge, skill matter in military divorce cases - II

Last time, our blog began discussing how the unfortunate reality for many of the brave men and women who have made the selfless commitment to protect our nation is that their service can take a very real toll on their home life.

Why knowledge, skill matter in military divorce cases

With the Fourth of July now less than a week away, people are undoubtedly busy solidifying their plans from attending parades to watching fireworks. No matter how people choose to celebrate our nation's adoption of the Declaration of Independence, chances are good that at some point their thoughts will turn to those brave men and women serving in the armed forces.

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