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17 Jan 2011, 7:36 am
Notwithstanding some exceptions, the Florida Constitution protects the homestead from forced sale by creditors. [read post]
17 Jul 2014, 7:06 am
The court in that case held that, "deprivation to the wife of the husband's companionship, affection and sexual relation (or consortium...) constitutes a real injury to the marital relationship and one which should be compensable at law due to the negligence of another. [read post]
10 May 2012, 6:28 am
While these types of deeds are rarely a good idea because of the tax and basis considerations, many have not considered the additional risk due to the creditors of co-owners who do not live in the home or qualify for the second type of homestead (the constitutional protection from creditors) The same scenario applies to those who try to use a traditional life estate deed to avoid probate [read post]
19 Dec 2011, 12:35 am by Ken
So help me God.” So, I guess she hasn’t sworn to uphold the Constitution in general.) 2. [read post]
2 Oct 2011, 7:41 pm by Ken
And then there’s the way of the censorious, self-absorbed, ass who really doesn’t have much respect for core Constitutional values: the subject of the parody can run all butthurt to a lawyer and demand that the lawyer write thuggish threats to the parodist. [read post]
19 Jan 2014, 2:16 pm by Ken White
The court noted that "[p]ublic allegations that someone is involved in crime generally are speech on a matter of public concern" and "even consumer complaints of non-criminal conduct by a business can constitute matters of public concern." [read post]
8 Jun 2015, 2:00 pm by Ken White
X had a protected interest in anonymity: In particular, a grand jury may not compel testimony from an individual who holds a valid “constitutional, common-law, or statutory privilege,” id., because compliance in such a scenario would be “unreasonable or oppressive” for the purposes of Rule 17(c). [read post]