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What Is a Subpoena?

A subpoena is a written order issued by a court, a lawyer, or an authorized administrative body. A subpoena orders the recipient to produce documents or give testimony relating to a legal case or investigation. Failure to comply can carry serious penalties. Subpoenas are useful in family law cases, including divorce, child support, and alimony. […]


What’s Attorney-Client Privilege?

The attorney-client privilege is one of the pillars of the Anglo-American legal system. Most legal scholars would argue that the legal system would be paralyzed without it. Litigants frequently rely on it in divorce, child custody, and domestic violence proceedings, as well as criminal proceedings.  It is easy, however, to confuse attorney-client privilege with similar […]


Limitations on Spousal Privilege in Orlando, FL

Spousal privilege is an important part of family law. It’s a legal rule that protects a marriage contract in court. It affects a wide range of court cases in Orlando, Florida. Married couples need to understand what spousal privilege means. This article will provide useful information on the limitations of spousal privilege. The Core Principle […]


Top 6 Telltale Signs You Hired a Bad Lawyer and How to Avoid it in the Future

Did you know there are over 3.2 million lawsuits filed in Florida each year? That’s over 1.5 million losing parties each year. While losing a case isn’t always a matter of choosing the wrong attorney, odds are, a vast number are. When you’re picking a lawyer, it’s like choosing a teammate for one of life’s […]


What Exactly Can a Process Server Do To Serve Papers?

“Service of process” is a necessary prerequisite to a lawsuit or a claim, including the initiation of family law actions such as divorce and petitions to modify existing child custody or child support arrangements.  You serve process on a defendant in a lawsuit when you have a neutral third party notify them of the proceedings […]


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