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Indivdual Bankruptcy

Individual Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 What is Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is a federal court procedure that helps both consumers and businesses relieve their debts and repay their creditors. If an individual […]


Business Law – Breach of Contract

What constitutes a valid contract in the state of Florida? For a contract to become a valid document, there must be an offer by one party to another, the acceptance […]

Business Law – Fraud, a General Overview

What is fraud in the legal sense? In the legal terms, fraud is defined as the purposeful falsification of information, the perversion of the truth, and the false representation of […]


Read what Michelle Garcia Gilbert, Esq. has to say about reverse mortgages and what happens when the borrower dies in the July issue of DSNews


Back to the Future: Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act

This article was written by Michelle Garcia Gilbert, Esq. and published in the ALFN ANGLE:  Volume 5, Issue 3

Labor Law

Business Law – Labor Laws

What are Florida Labor Laws? The Florida Labor Laws are a combination of many different Florida ordinances and federal regulations. Labor laws ensure that the employee is treated equitably and […]

Business Bankruptcy

Business Law – Small Business Bankruptcy

What is Business Bankruptcy? For businesses who fail to make ends meet for various reasons, filing for bankruptcy may be a viable option for owners if they seek to continue […]

Business Law: Consumer Protection

What is the FDUTPA? The FDUTPA is the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act. It is the primary consumer protection statute in Florida, and it reads:  “Unfair methods of […]

Employee VS. Independent Contractor: What You Need to Know

What is the difference between an Independent Contractor and an Employee, and why is the traditional “employer-employee” relationship changing? Advances in technology and new market opportunities have changed the scope […]

Published in the Legal League 100 Quarterly, Spring 2018   HOA LIENS: HOW “SUPER” IS SUPER PRIORITY? By Jessica Skoglund Mazariego, Gilbert Garcia Group, P.A. Because of their “super” status, […]


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