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Judge Must Equitably Divide Marital Assets in Divorce

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Attorney William Morris discusses the division of marital assets in a divorce in his column, Law Matters.

Condo Purchaser Investigation

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Attorney William Morris discusses condominium purchaser research in his column, Law Matters.

Florida is a Debtors’ Haven

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Attorney William Morris explains how Florida is a debtors’ haven in his column, Law Matters.

Closing Costs

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Attorney William Morris discusses closing costs in his column Law Matters.

Blame It on the Boomers

Ask The CFP® Practitioner


“How low can you go?” ~ Chubby Checker Question: Why have interest rates stayed so low for so long? Can this continue? Answer:  The short answer is that interest rates may remain low for many more years.   Why they’re at these levels is an important question. Interest rates reflect the cost of money. If the cost of money is […]

A Statute of Frauds


Justice in Old England was not even-handed. Accounts from the 1600s show the court system suffered from an absence of truthfulness. Whoever could tell the best story was the winner. The problem was exacerbated by development of the “professional witness”. The professional witness was a well known person of stature in the community whose testimony was usually given far more […]

Dangerous Instrumentality Can Mean Owner Liability

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Attorney William Morris discusses lender in his column Law Matters

Some Contract Deadlines Are Flexible

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Attorney William Morris discusses contract deadlines in his column Law Matters.

Can I Fly My Flag?

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Attorney William Morris discusses the law about flying the American Flag in his column Law Matters

Visitor Can be Trespasser, Licensee or Invitee

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Attorney William Morris discusses the difference between invitees, licencees and trespassers in his column Law Matters


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