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Employees Have Rights – Even In A Right To Work State

Brandon employment lawyers fight to protect the rights of employees  Although Florida is a right to work state, meaning an employer can fire an employee for no reason, employers do have responsibilities to their employees and are prohibited from treating employees in ways that are illegal. If you feel that your employer has engaged in illegal Read More

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Divorce Lawyer: Use Thoughtful Communication To Help Improve Your Marriage

Tampa family law attorney discusses how thoughtful communication can improve your marriage   Many individuals like to believe that all marriages will be an eternal life of bliss and love, but according to the American Psychological Association half of marriages in the United States ends in divorce. According to James Sexton, author of  “If You’re Read More

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What is the Main Cause of Divorce in 2019?

Tampa family law attorneys discuss how social media is impacting marriages and divorces Has social media affected your marriage?  According to well-known divorce attorney, James Sexton, this is one of the main causes of divorce in today’s digital age.  Sexton recently released a book this past year called, “If You’re in My Office, It’s Already Read More

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Are You Wondering If You Have A Valid Sexual Harassment Claim?

Tampa employment law attorneys help protect the rights of victims of sexual harassment in the workplace The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines sexual harassment as “Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature …when this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual’s employment, unreasonably Read More

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How To Begin The Short Sale Process

Tampa short sale lawyers guide their clients through the short sale process while protecting their rights and interests If you find yourself unable to afford your mortgage and there would not be enough funds to cover the mortgage after costs were paid in a traditional sale, talk to a short sale attorney in Oldsmar. Westchase Read More

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How A Parent With An Addiction Can Be Impacted In A Child Custody Case

Oldsmar family law attorneys fight to protect the rights and best interests of your family in a child custody case At Westchase Law, we understand that in today’s world there are circumstances that prevent one parent from being able to have custody, shared parenting, or even unsupervised visitation with the children in a divorce or Read More

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Can My Alimony Be Adjusted If My Circumstances Have Changed?

Tampa divorce lawyers guide clients through the alimony modification process Many divorces in Florida result in one party paying alimony to the other. There are several types of alimony. Some types such as temporary and durational are for a specific time period and might not need any modifications during their span. However, if you are Read More

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How Will Marital Assets Be Divided During A Divorce?

Oldsmar divorce lawyers fight to protect the rights and best interests of their clients during property division negotiations and claims  Division of marital assets is a necessary part of divorce. Many items are clearly used more by one party over the other or are easily divided by spouses without much hesitation. But sometimes, there are Read More

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The Benefit Of Shared Parenting For Your Children

Oldsmar family law attorneys protect the best interests of the family during divorce and child custody cases  At Westchase Law, we know that the well-being of your children is the most important thing in your life. When an issue as to their custody or parenting is involved, a child custody attorney in Oldsmar will assess Read More

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What Types Of Alimony Support Are Available In Florida?

Oldsmar divorce lawyers protect the rights and best interests of their clients in determining alimony support  Divorces in Florida can include the payment of alimony. There are several types of alimony that are available and it can be temporary or permanent. Entitlement to any type of alimony is based on the length of the marriage Read More

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