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Flood Claims Likely Biggest Headache For Florida Hurricane Victims

By HD Law Partners |

When it comes to hurricane claims, the last thing that any Floridian wants to hear is that their claim has been denied. And yet that is the case for many in our state, especially when it comes to flood claims. In fact, according to statements made by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in… Read More »


Advice On Social Media During Divorce

By HD Law Partners |

As posting on social media becomes more and more popular, it also becomes relevant to divorce proceedings. Specifically, social media activities often either contribute to the cause of the divorce, or can be used against individuals in divorce proceedings. A study recently published in the Journal of Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking found that… Read More »


Eleventh Circuit Upholds Strict Standard For Finding Insurance Bad Faith Behavior

By HD Law Partners |

The U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (covering Florida) recently made a decision helpful to insurance companies fighting insurance bad faith claims. Specifically, the court held that no reasonable jury could find that an insurer’s failure to disclose information about additional insurance in its statutory insurance disclosure rose to the level of bad faith…. Read More »


Commercial Landlords & Tenant Bankruptcy

By HD Law Partners |

Tenants filing for bankruptcy is less of an issue for residential landlords, but an increasingly frustrating problem for commercial landlords as we get further into 2018. As a result, it is important—now more than ever—that commercial landlords know what their rights are when it comes to how tenant bankruptcy affects lease agreements. Rules: Before… Read More »


Becoming Financially Independent During & After Divorce

By HD Law Partners |

No divorce is the same as another—each one is unique based upon the relationship and the unique circumstances involved. Still, all divorces have at least one thing in common: the need to make intelligent financial decisions if you’re going through it. Below, we provide some guidance on how to ensure that you are “financially… Read More »


Florida Braces Itself For 17 More Weeks Of Hurricane Season

By HD Law Partners |

You may not realize that, even as of early February, Florida still technically has 17 weeks left of hurricane season, with more and more potential property damage looming. As a result, emergency management officials in Sarasota and surrounding areas are scrambling to put lessons learned after Irma into practice to get ahead of more… Read More »


The New Tax Law Complicates Divorce & Alimony

By HD Law Partners |

The new tax bill has received a lot of attention in the media. However, many do not realize that it will have implications on divorce and alimony payments (in addition to tax deductions). Below, we discuss some of the ramifications of the law in greater detail, with a focus on how it complicates divorce…. Read More »


Common Questions Involving “Material Alterations” In Homeowners’ Associations

By HD Law Partners |

As attorneys who regularly represent homeowners associations and property managers, we frequently get questions about what the board can do with and without membership approval. These types of questions ultimately come down to distinguishing between what is and is not a “material alteration.” The general rule is that if the proposed change is a… Read More »


Divorce & Insurance Policies: Preventing Later Disputes

By HD Law Partners |

When couples are contemplating or going through divorce, they already have too much to worry about: Depending upon their particular circumstances, that often includes the family home, the children, assets, and more. The last thing that most couples anticipate is also having to tackle an insurance dispute. And yet, life insurance policies are one… Read More »


Divorcing Later In Life

By HD Law Partners |

The holidays are that time of the year when many Americans start thinking about divorce and a fresh start. January tends to see the highest number of couples seeking divorce. In addition, the most common age for divorce is the mid-to-late 40s. It tends to coincide with the youngest child going off to college,… Read More »

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