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Should Our Kids Go To Summer Camp Now?
The days are getting longer. The weather is getting warmer. For Florida kids and their parents, that means only one thing. It is almost time for summer camp. Or is it? Even as the government lifts some COVID-19 restrictions, parents across the state are probably wondering if summer camps will be open this year. Further, […]
Will My Case Still Move Forward If I Have COVID-19?
For the last few weeks, most courthouses in the United States have been completely off limits or access has been restricted. In most parts of the country that is still the case. In others, thoughts are already turning to restoring partial or complete access. For now, however, there is no telling how long COVID-19 will […]
Ways to Thank EMS Workers This Week
As both a tourist destination and a place to live, Florida has a lot going for it. As you know, among other things, the state has more than 1,300 miles of coastline and a fantastic climate. It is also home to some of the most iconic theme parks in the country, if not the world. […]
Was I Laid Off Because of the Pandemic or Discrimination?
The numbers are staggering. In the last six weeks, approximately 30 million Americans filed for unemployment. Of those, approximately 3.8 million people filed for unemployment in the week of April 20 alone. By now,  some people who have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic may be wondering if they are victims of the crisis […]
How Will I Know If My Hearing Is Postponed?
As COVID-19 sweeps across the United States, it continues to leave fear, uncertainty and disruption in its wake. Needless to say, U.S. courts have not been immune to these forces. Courthouse closures throughout the country have forced the postponement of countless criminal and civil matters that cannot be handled remotely.  This begs a question. Should […]
Should I Be Concerned About Losing My Freedom During Covid-19?
These are scary times for lots of people. Some people are afraid of getting sick. Some people are afraid of losing their businesses if states are not reopened soon. Some people are afraid of being evicted or losing their homes if they cannot pay their rent or mortgage. Even as some restrictions are lifted, some […]
What To Do If a Loved One is in a Nursing Home and You Cannot Visit
According to official estimates, there are more than 15,000 nursing homes with nearly 2 million licensed beds in the United States. As of last year, those facilities housed approximately 1.4 to 1.5 million people. Not surprisingly, most nursing home residents are Older Americans with chronic health concerns. Now with the COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic putting […]