Marijuana Possession is Hardly a Crime Anymore, but Since It’s the Cops Choice You Can Still Be Charged
Fighting Over Fighting with Stalking Injunctions and Injunctions for Protection from Domestic, Dating, or Repeat Violence
Creditors harassing you with phone calls at all hours? Too many bills and can’t catch up? Did you get turned down for a job because of your credit score? Facing repossession? Foreclosure?
You can get control of your life and your financial situtation with my proven 4-Step Simple 7 Bankruptcy in as little as a week. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy has alot of advantages, it stops the collections calls, stays all court actions like foreclosures, and helps you re-prioritze your finances.
You can wipe away unsecured debts like credit cards and judgments. You can also wipe away a deficiency judgment from your foreclosure. Bankruptcy gives you the chance to start fresh, put the past behind you, and the ability to start building real wealth.
Living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck can strain your relationships and add stress to your already pressure filled life. Keeping up with minimum payments, the monthly bills, and the endless monthly “surprises” that come in the form of an auto repair, medical expense, or whatever else, can make it impossible to get ahead and build real wealth.
For many in Miami, we forgot what it meant to live within our personal budgets and went for the quick fix of buying now and paying for it later. Credit card companies, car dealers, and rent-to-own rackets have been collecting excessive amounts of interest and late fees on us for long enough!
People miss court for a variety of reasons. A lot of times they don’t receive the notice in the mail that tells them when and where to go. Sometimes they go to the wrong courthouse, just plain forget, or the unexpected comes up and they just can’t make it. When you miss court it is common for judges to issue a bench warrant. A bench warrant is an order from the judge directing the police to arrest you on sight and hold you until you can explain to the judge why you missed your court date. In Miami, you can still get a bond on misdemeanors, but for felonies you have to wait until the next weekday and talk to the judge.
Last week the business-focused Bloomberg News Service reported that the Obama Administration is likely to further ease travel restrictions to Cuba in furtherance of the progressive goal of ending the decades-old travel ban to the Communist island. The lifting of the ban is another step in eroding the impact of the embargo and allowing those ready to profit on trade with Cuba to hit it big. Someday very soon, the debate of what action the United States should take against Cuba to effect a transition to democracy will reach its overdue conclusion and most likely the Cuban people will continue to live under the tyranny of total dependence on a deceptive government whose focus remains on perpetuating their poli-stocracy.
It’s no secret that the legal drinking age in Florida is 21 years old, but understanding the law and the consequences may either make you think twice before you bottoms up or at least make you a little more cautious. Possession of alcoholic beverages alone is enough for the police to arrest you with a criminal offense punishable by up to $500 in fines and 60 days in jail. You could be arrested if the booze is in your dorm room, apartment, or anywhere that the police could decide that it is where you control it.
Condo and homeowner associations are needlessly losing millions of dollars in past due maintenance fees and assessments. The housing bust started the problem, but management companies and the associations’ lawyers are oftentimes only making matters worse.
Here in Miami, it’s no secret that home purchases are on the rise. It’s also no secret that the foreclosure rates are increasing too. Believe it or not both are actually good things for an association because as soon as the property gets into the hands of new ownership, the new owners have to start paying the monthly maintenance fees.