Author Archives: Samuel B. Friedman, Esq.

The Professional Service Corporation: A Deeper Dive Into Florida Statute Chapter 621

The P.A., or P.L.L.C.  is a corporate structure specifically designed for various licensed professionals who wish to hang their shingle and start their own practice.  Fla. Stat. Ch. 621, also known as the Professional Service Corporation and Limited Liability Company … Read Full Post

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Prejudgment Writ of Garnishment

Motion and/or Affidavit of Prejudgment Writ of Garnishment, §77.031 Fla .Stat. Garnishment is a statutory remedy used to reach tangible or intangible personal property of a debtor while that property is in the hands of a third party.  A very … Read Full Post

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Prejudgment Writ of Attachment in Florida

The Motion and Affidavit for Prejudgment Writs of Attachment Normally, attachment occurs after a judgment has been entered by the court.  However, the trial court has the authority to order a writ of attachment to a debtor’s property prior to … Read Full Post

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Checklist Of What To Include In Your Florida Articles Of Incorporation

Florida Law requires that any new company wishing to incorporate in the state of Florida file articles of incorporation with the Florida Department of State.  The articles of incorporation is the document that establishes the formation of the company.  If … Read Full Post

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Florida Adopts Daubert as Standard for Admission of Expert Testimony

In 1923, the United States introduced the Frye standard to determine the admissibility of scientific evidence in a court of law.  In Frye v. United States, the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that for the … Read Full Post

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