The Shocking Effects of Poaching

The recent cruel slaughtering of the beloved thirteen year old Southwest African lion named Cecil, a collared subject of Oxford University researchers, who was lured outside the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe at night by hunters into private land only … [Read More...]

Exercise: Therapy to Work-Induced Stress

As a legal professional, it is necessary to include exercise in our daily life.  Juggling administrative tasks, multiple client matters, business meetings, counseling clients, and researching and drafting papers while managing the growth of your practice is not only time … [Read More...]

Real Property and Same-Sex Marriages- We are Married, Now What Do We Do?

On January 6, 2015, same sex marriages became legally recognized in Florida.  With the new legal benefits afforded to same-sex couples, come questions regarding their financial planning, estate planning and property ownership.  The question: “Should we now amend title [Read More...]