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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

Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid

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Attorney William Morris discusses Esate Planning in his column Law Matters

Florida’s Lemon Law

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Attorney William Morris discusses Florida’s Lemon Law in his column Law Matters

Negligence Can Equal Liability

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Attorney William Morris discusses personal injury law in Florida in his column Law Matters.

Legislative Protection for Condo and HOA Buyers

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Buying a home or investment property is not without risk. Buyers should be working with experienced attorneys, Realtors and other professionals to avoid anticipated problems. But, buyers often move full speed ahead without professional advice. Many of these buyers feel that saving professional fees is more important than making sure their purchases is a good one and others do not […]

Sidewalk Trips and Liability

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Sidewalk cracks are all too common. Everyone has seen them. Some have tripped over them and been seriously injured. When that happens, the question becomes who is liable for those injuries? Liability is not automatic. A person injured in a trip and fall must usually establish the person responsible for the sidewalk had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous […]

Alimony Different Ways

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Alimony has a long history. Its genesis can be traced as far back as the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi almost 4,000 years ago. Its origin was intended to take care of the former wife, since women had limited rights and ability for self support. The modern concept developed during the 16th Century in English Ecclesiastical (church) courts. Divorce was not […]


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