“A leader is a dealer in hope.” Attorney Autumn Hancock was awarded the 2023 Lapel Pin for outstanding pro bono service last week. We are so proud of the pro bono service that our Attorney does to help the members of our community that need it the most. Congratulations to all of the honorees!
The votes are in and we’re excited to share that Autumn Hancock was voted by her peers as 2023 Top Lawyer in Adoption & Family Law! The results were recently published in TAMPA Magazine. Congratulations, Autumn!
NEW CASE: Statutory Benefits for Firefighters With Cancer Do Not Apply Retroactively A Florida appellate court ruled that a firefighter diagnosed with cancer before the effective date of Florida Statutes Section 112.1816 is not entitled to the benefits provided by the law, Weaver v. Volusia County, No. 5D21-1620, 10/21/2022. Kathleen Weaver was a trailblazer for…
New Child Welfare Laws Legislative Update: HB7065 was signed into law today, codifying a large child welfare package bill, which includes the following actions:
Attorney Hancock is so honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the Journal Editor for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers this year!
Being stuck at home together is hard. Murder is not the answer. You’ll probably get caught. Call us instead. #quarantine #quarantinelife #divorce #murder #lawyer #familylawyer #divorcelawyer #covid19 #coronavirus
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Federal Court Tosses Florida’s Poll Tax; Formerly Incarcerated People Can Vote in 2020
This is something we’ve been discussing with a lot of our criminal defense clients over the past few months. Miami-Dade judge rules holding inmates for ICE is unconstitutionalThe judge’s ruling centers on the case of James Lacroix, a Haitian national who pleaded guilty to a felony charge of driving on a suspended license. More info…