Gallardo Law Firm Blog

  • How Much Does a Criminal Defense Attorney Cost in Miami?

    Criminal Attorney Fees In Miami

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on July 18, 2015

    Hiring a criminal defense attorney can be a difficult decision primarily because of the costs involved. Gallardo Law Firm understands the financial difficulties some individuals in our community may be facing. This is why...

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  • How Much Does a Miami Immigration Attorney Cost?

    Miami Immigration Lawyer Fees

    Posted by Emma Johnson on July 18, 2015

    Some immigration attorneys in Florida will bill you by the hour while others will charge a flat fee, depending on the case. At Gallardo Law Firm we always charge a flat fee for immigration matters. In some specific situations, a lawyer in Miami will charge an hourly rate...

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  • Reasons Family Lawyers in Miami are necessary for a Divorce

    Reasons Family Lawyers in Miami are necessary for a Divorce

    Posted by Claire Gray on June 17, 2015

    Regardless if your divorce has been amicable, and have both reached a mutual agreement regarding property and custody...

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  • What does a criminal lawyer do?

    What does a criminal lawyer do?

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on June 03, 2015

    Criminal lawyer Miami has the possibility of either representing an individual who has been accused of a crime or represent the government in prosecuting the individual that is accused. Generally in a criminal case, the defendant will be represented by a defense lawyer while the conflicting attorney, known as a prosecutor, takes place for the government

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  • What is White Collar Crime?

    What is White Collar Crime?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on June 03, 2015

    When discussing a white collar crime, it contains a various amount of crimes, generally all crimes that are committed through deception and persuaded by financial gain. Some of the more common types of white collar crimes include different types of embezzlement, money laundering, tax evasion, and fraud.

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  • Filing for Bankruptcy, some Basics

    Filing for Bankruptcy, some Basics

    Posted by Claire Gray on February 17, 2015

    Have you ever been physically hurt due to other person inconsideration? I know I have, and it usually happens out of nowhere, completely unexpected! If this has happened to you, there is a possibility you can have a compensation for the pain and the suffering that were caused by the injury. The question is where to start?

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  • Hope for individuals with criminal records

    Hope for individuals with criminal records

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on February 14, 2015

    What if there were a way where, regardless of your past mistakes, you still have hope for a better future? Well, this is the case for many individuals with a ...

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  • Adjustments to the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program

    Adjustments to the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program

    Posted by Claire Gray on January 12, 2015

    As of right now, there have been some adjustments that have been made to the CFRP Program. One of the changes that have been is that it is now required by you, when filing for the CFRP Program, to file a Form I-131. This form is also known as the Application for Travel Document...

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