Gallardo Law Firm Blog

  • Can a Divorce Agreement be changed?

    Can a Divorce Agreement be changed?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on October 02, 2014

    It is not uncommon for an ex-spouse to want to make adjustments to a previous decree regarding the issues of support and custody. The ex-spouse that is looking to make adjustments to the decree must prove a substantial and continuing change of circumstances. Some of the circumstances that must be substantial include relocation to other state, issues with the care of the child, striking change of income.

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  • How Medical Negligence Claims affect Individuals?

    How Medical Negligence Claims affect Individuals?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on September 27, 2014

    As stated in the periodical of the American Medical Association, medical negligence is the third noted prominent of causalities in America – at the rear of the terrible disease of the heart and cancer. There are many things that are possible to do in order to avoid being a part of a medical malpractice Miami case.

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  • Know Your Rights When You Get Stopped at a DUI Checkpoint

    Know Your Rights When You Get Stopped at a DUI Checkpoint

    Posted by Claire Gray on September 26, 2014

    Drinking and driving can turn into a perilous journey, especially if you’ve previously been convicted of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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  • Possession of an Illegal Firearm

    Possession of an Illegal Firearm

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on August 05, 2014

    As an individual in Florida, it is known that when discussing crime, the state is hard on crime, especially when it regards with charges that are weapon related. It has been defined clearly who can and cannot have the ability to possess a concealed weapon.

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  • Purchasing Foreclosure Homes in Miami

    Purchasing Foreclosure Homes in Miami

    Posted by Claire Gray on August 05, 2014

    When debating whether or not you are able to purchase a home that is up for foreclosure, there are a few questions you must ask yourself prior to following through. Below are some of the questions you must have the ability to answer yes to when debating if purchasing a distressed home is a good choice for you.

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  • 5 Reasons Why You May Need A Divorce Lawyer

    5 Reasons Why You May Need A Divorce Lawyer

    Posted by Claire Gray on July 02, 2014

    Are you finding that the person you thought you were marrying has become someone that you no longer even recognize? Do you constantly argue with your spouse over seemingly insignificant issues? If you and your partner are considering filing for a divorce, it may be time that you seriously consider looking into hiring a Miami divorce lawyer so that you can handle the process in the most effective way possible.

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  • Becoming a Legal Immigrant to USA

    Becoming a Legal Immigrant to USA

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on July 06, 2014

    Around the world, the United States is seen as the ultimate destination to fulfill your dreams. People from various nations and backgrounds have ventured to America to find their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. However, many people who enter the country do so illegally..

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  • How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    Posted by Emma Johnson on May 17, 2014

    Although it may be tempting to suppose that a prenuptial agreement is only for the rich and famous, this couldn’t be more wrong.

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