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There is nothing noble about being superior to some other man.
The true nobility is in being superior to your previous self.

— HINDU PROVERB —

Pour Over Wills

A pour-over will is a special type of last will and testament used in conjunction with a trust-based estate plan. It can save the day when the grantor of a trust -- the person who created it -- neglects to transfer all his property into the trust over the years and...

Why Mediation Works

You Have a Chance to be Heard In contrast to court, where you won’t get to talk to each other, the divorce mediation process offers both the setting and support you may need to talk. Directly. And this is critical because this is the time when parties often are...

Minors and Probate

People don’t often associate minors with probate, but personal injury settlement for persons under the age of 18 can be tricky because these settlements require the attorney to be vigilant of special procedural requirements in cases involving minors. To begin with,...

Exploring Six Common Myths about Trusts

Most of us know that a trust is a useful way to safeguard financial assets for your benefit or for someone else. But the common misconceptions about trusts could cause you to bypass them entirely, or plan to use them improperly. Myth #1: Now that Federal Law Allows a...

Filing taxes with your estranged spouse

Divorces are messy. Filing taxes with your estranged spouse is even messier. Now, throw in tax changes in 2018 from D.C.'s recent tax reform. It is a lot to process. Read here to find some updates to the tax laws as it applies to divorcing, or divorced, individuals as...

Winded: A Legal Career Is Not a Sprint

By Aislynn Thomas-McDonald, Esq. “When you run, your body will argue that there is no justifiable reason to continue. Your only recourse is to call on your spirit, which fortunately functions independently of logic.” —Tim Noakes Sometimes, lawyers can be somewhat...

Areas of Practice

Family • Trial and Appellate Practice • Divorce, Child Custody/Time-Sharing, Marital Agreements • Adoption and Surrogacy Law • Collaborative Divorce/Family Law • Probate Administration & Litigation • Wills and Trusts • Guardianship & Elder Law • Family Mediation • TROs (Temporary Restraining Orders) and Domestic Violence •  Pre-suit or Court Ordered Mediation

OFFICE LOCATIONS:

Miami  
Town Center One
8950 SW. 74th Court, Suite 1711
Miami, FL  33156
 
Jacksonville  

301 W. Bay Street, Suite 14114
Jacksonville, FL 32202

 

ph. 904-674-3384

Fax 904-212-2303

Hours: 9am- 5pm

 

Appointments also available in
Monroe County.

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