Archives for February 2014

The Adverse Impact of Facebook on a Florida Divorce

Social media websites have become a dominant form of communication used by many to keep in touch with family and friends.  Social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Myspace and others have fundamentally changed the way we interact with one another, share opinions on political and social issues, maintain long-range relationships and conduct research […]

Protecting Assets while Avoiding Bankruptcy Fraud

  The United States Bankruptcy Code controls the entire bankruptcy process.  Bankruptcy laws are meant to protect you and your creditors.  Bankruptcy fraud is a white-collar crime that typically involving concealment or transfer of assets, concealment or destruction of documents, conflicts of interest, fraudulent claims, false statements or declarations, and fee fixing or redistribution arrangements.  If you’re caught committing bankruptcy […]