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The Driver’s License Protection Act (DPPA)

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This week we did a program on the Driver's Privacy Protection Act, that's DPPA. This act protects your private information that you give to the driver's license bureau when you apply for a driver's license, such information as your driver's license photo, or your address and contact information. Federal Law protects this information from being accessed for an improper purpose. Each time your information is either accessed, disclosed or sold, you could be entitled to a minimum of $2,500 per incident, plus attorney's fees. There have been numerous violations...

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Foreclosure Fraud Continues: Dyck-O’Neal and Deficiency Judgments

Dyck-O’Neal seems to be up to the same tricks that the banks have been using for years; utilizing manufactured documents in an attempt to prove their case and comply with section 559.715, Florida Statute. Recently, I handled a Dyck-O’Neal case where Dyck-O’Neal basically killed their entire case for a deficiency judgment with their faulty legal documents. A careful review of these documents showed that the notice of assignment of debt required by section 559.715, Florida Statute occurred before Dyck-O’Neal was assigned the debt, making the notice invalid. In their Complaint, Dyck-O’Neal alleged that Bank of America assigned them the Judgment and Note...

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How Does a Court Determine Child Custody or Timesharing

Many people believe that because they have spent more time with a child or have been the primary caretaker of a child that they will be granted more timesharing. This is not the case under Florida law. Florida statute section 61.13(2)(c) requires parenting plans and time-sharing plans be determined in accordance with the “best interests of the child.” Fla. Stat. § 61.13(2)(c) (2014). Under Florida Statute section 61.13(3), the best interests of the child or children are determined by evaluating twenty factors. See Fla. Stat §61.13(3) (2014). These 20 factors are outlined below for your reference. The law is clear...

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