Monthly Archives: December 2017

Hitting the Road for the Holidays

As families throughout the Tampa Bay area pack up and plan to head to destinations both near and far for Christmas this weekend, we wonder if you’re prepared ahead of time for the trip, aside from filling the car with gas and stocking your suitcases. While driving to your intended destination is pretty simple thanks to GPS […]

Getting The Support You Need After Divorce in 2018

With the holidays behind us, and the New Year ahead, it’s time to start planning for 2018. Whether that is putting together vacation and travel itineraries, looking toward college for one of your children, or hoping for a job change, this is the time of year when you want to feel as if you have […]

Staying Safe This Holiday Season: Tips from Your Trusted Tampa Lawyer

With Christmas less than two weeks away, people all over the Tampa Bay area are out in droves attempting to complete their holiday shopping, enjoying the decorations put out by homes and businesses, and taking in the sights and sounds of the holidays done in our own unique Florida style. With all of the fun […]

So You Made It Through Law School. Now What?

Law school is something many practicing attorneys look back on with fond memories of exhaustion, excessive consumption of coffee, and the fulfillment of a dream long planned for throughout their high school and undergraduate years. It’s no secret that law school has its fair share of challenges, and requires many hours of hard work, but […]

How Your Christmas Tree Could Cost WAY More Than You Expect

As Christmas quickly approaches and everyone has the holidays on their minds, signs of upcoming festivities are popping up all over the Tampa Bay area. Christmas light displays adorn houses, shops are stocking all their Yuletide goodies and Christmas trees are beginning to fill each home throughout Hillsborough County. However, getting those trees home can be a […]

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