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DeWitt Law Firm Receives Orlando Police Department Good Citizenship Award

The DeWitt Law Firm was honored and humbled to receive the Orlando Police Department’s Good Citizenship Award. As a member of the central Florida community, we are grateful to be able to give back to the society that supports us. This year, we were fortunate to be able to support Tough Biker Orlando. Founded in 2014 by Orlando Police bike officer Mark Levy, Tough Biker is an urban mountain bike challenge through city streets, public parks, and parking garages. They’re committed to supporting at-risk youth through the sport of mountain biking. The goal is to provide an experience where kids can...

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2020: A New Year, A New Office

After 20 years, we are relocating to a new office to better serve our clients. Still located in downtown Orlando, we will be moving around the corner to the Fairwinds Bank Tower. The new space offers on-site parking, 24-hour security, and more room for our growing firm. We have been in our original offices in the Angebilt Building for over 20 years. While the old office hold quite a few memories, moving the office is necessary to better serve our clients. For our entire staff, the Angebilt has served as a second home, and during some hurricanes, it literally became a...

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Helping our Community One Helmet at a Time

As we approach the holiday season, we look for ways to help our community. One of our traditions of giving back is donating bikes to the News Junkie’s annual holiday bike drive. For years, we have worked with The News Junkie, a local radio show on Real Radio 104.1FM by donating bikes for their annual bike drive. During 2016, we donated 122 bikes, and in 2017, we were able to provide 116 bikes. This year, we wanted to go one step further so we have decided to match every bike donated. The program focuses on providing bikes for children in need. The...

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Florida lawmakers push for new law that could alter parental custody

Half of all American children will witness the breakup of their parents' marriage, according to divorce statistics. Florida law makers are pushing for a new law that would give parents split custody. It’s a controversial bill that many politicians believe will pass in a matter of time.We decided to take a close look at this new legislation and find out how it could affect your family. "I get them all through the week and he has them on the weekends,” said Sheree Kovocs. Kovocs is going through a divorce and her four children split their time between their mom and dad. Under current...

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