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Lisa N. an Adult Adoption Client 7/18/13

Our adoption case was a bit of a challenge because of an overseas military assignment but you were always able to find the answers for us!   Even with the military challenges (our daughter was deployed and was able to call in telephonically for the court hearing) Margaux and Danielle were able to provide us with all the information required to ensure the adoption proceeding went smoothly.

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"Few things in the world are more powerful than a positive push. A smile. A world of optimism and hope. A 'you can do it' when things are tough." 
Richard M. DeVos 
Co-Founder of Amway
"What I find amazing is that when you go out of your way to give to another person, you will also receive great things in your life. This is what is called the Law of Giving and Receiving. You may not receive from the people you are helping, but you will receive good things from other people and in other ways."

Sonia Ricotti
Best selling Author of Unsinkable: How to Bounce Back Quickly When Life Knocks You Down 
08-06-2013 15:49:00 PM

All Family Law Group, P.A., is collaborating with The Planning Partners* to help our divorcing clients to improve their chances for an alimony settlement beneficial to both parties.  Annuity contracts can provide a combination of either more benefits for the same money or at less cost for the same benefits and they can deal with most contingencies alimony agreements include. Some of the ...�


08-02-2013 15:47:00 PM

Question from She quit her last job as a paralegal for a personal injury lawyer to get out of the Income Withholding order. The income withholding order was just done couple months ago with the employers name on it. Can I send that to the new employer even if there name is not on it. She is working for another personal injury lawyer. I don't have much money since I have to take care ...�


07-03-2013 13:11:00 PM

When people are married and they purchase a house together, the house is automatically titled as tenants in the entirety, which means that each party owns the entire house and this is referred to as an undivided interest in the property.  Both have the right to occupy it and use the property and they each have a right of survivorship, so if one of the parties dies then the property would ...�


06-10-2013 15:47:00 PM

In a divorce, one of the more difficult areas for divorce attorneys may be determining the distribution of the parties' assets.  First it must be determined what assets are non-marital.  Normally, if an asset is purchased prior to the marriage then it would be considered premarital property and the party who purchased it prior to the marriage will receive it, except as stated in Fla. Statute � ...�

Will, Fern, and the Power of Encouragement

Two frogs named Will and Fern fell into a deep pit together. At first, they thought it would be easy to jump out. But after lots of failed attempts they cried for help and a crowd of animals gathered around the pit.
Everyone agreed it was hopeless so they urged Will and Fern to accept their fate. The harder the trapped frogs jumped, the more the crowd yelled at them to give up. Finally, Will stopped trying. Fern refused to quit and with one mighty try she leaped out of the pit.

The crowd was amazed. Someone asked her why she kept trying when everyone told her she had no chance.
Fern was baffled. "What are you saying?" she asked. "I'm a bit deaf. I was sure you were all cheering me on. I couldn't have done it without your encouragement."

I learned of this story from a woman who was in a transitional housing program recovering from a long period of drug abuse, homelessness and hopelessness. She wanted everyone to understand how important positivism and encouragement can be to help people who seem down and out to get up and out. She said she got out of her own pit because caring people helped her believe in herself and gave her the confidence she needed to jump a little harder.

There will always be people in your life ready to tell you what you can't do. Real friends root for you, support you and help you discover your inner talents and strengths. I hope you will find and treasure those kinds of friends and be one yourself.  Remember, character counts.

Michael Josephson



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