We love providing you with valuable legal information through the articles in our blog. In 2019 we spent time focusing on the diverse array of legal practice areas we service.
This year, we explored topics ranging from long-standing fields like “personal injury” to relatively new focus areas like “student loan law.” We covered important issues like legalized marijuana, child custody, bullying, mortgages, Uber accidents, and more.
With every article, we keep an eye on readership. We want to know what posts resonate with our audience so we can always be improving.
Based on user engagement, we’d like to share with you the most popular posts from 2019.
When you go to court, you can expect that the judge that is hearing your case is impartial and will fairly treat both sides. While having an unbiased judge is almost exclusively the case, there could be a time where you believe your judge is biased. Read more.
What is a Lady Bird Deed, and why is it beneficial? Florida is one of only a handful of states that recognize a Lady Bird Deed. A person who creates a Lady Bird Deed, also known as an Enhanced Life Estate Deed, transfers property to himself for his lifetime. Learn more.
Depending upon your child’s needs, obtaining the initial Individualized Education Plan or sometimes known as an Individualized education program (IEP) may be a simple process or a little more challenging, depending on specific conditions. Read more.
The Student Debt Crisis in Numbers There are various reasons which prevent people from being able to make their student loan payments. As of 2019, Americans collectively owe over $1.56 Trillion in student loan debt. This is spread out by nearly 45 million individuals who are paying back their student loans. Read the full article.
An unfortunate condition in our society is that bullying happens. It happens every day, and the target of the bully are often people who would have never guessed they’d be bullied. The bullies are everywhere; they are children and adults, men, and women. It’s a pervasive aspect of the world in which we live. Read more.
As we welcome 2020, we’d love to hear from you about topics you’d like us to cover in our blog. Drop us an email with your ideas, and we’ll explore how we can write meaningful and educational content.
Last Updated on December 31, 2019 by The Orlando Law Group