Wednesday, July 20, 2011

New Edition of the Legally Speaking Newsletter

In our newest edition of Legally Speaking, find out how to keep your home secure while you're on vacation, learn whether you should be insuring defensively, and find strategies for negotiating in your daily life. Also, learn more about Attorney Fichtman's induction as President of the local Bar Association, learn about changes to Florida Alimony, and consider whether you're adequately protecting your finances. Finally, look Jury Duty, why it is important, and how it affects individuals in litigation today.
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Sunday, July 17, 2011

The Firm Heads Out On The Town

The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor at The Key Training Center's Reach for the Stars Dinner Auction
July 15th, 2011
The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor headed out on the town Friday night to take part in The Key Training Center's Reach for the Stars Charity Dinner Auction, which raises money to help provide services for developmentally disabled adults in Citrus County. Attorney Keith Taylor had the winning bid on a Florida Gator football signed by Former Florida Gator and Tampa Bay Buccaneer Linebacker, Scot Brantley, Former Florida Gator Quarterback, John Brantley Sr., and current Florida Gator Quarterback, John Brantley Jr. Here, the firm table is pictured with Scot Brantley and the signed football. 

Pictured Left to Right: Julie K. Taylor, Account Manager; Keith R. Taylor, Senior Attorney and Litigation Specialist; Scot Brantley, Former Gator and Buccaneer Linebacker; Adam A. Czaya, Legal Clerk; Jessica K. Czaya, Legal Clerk; Kristen Fichtman, and Steven D. Fichtman, Associate Attorney.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Coming Soon - New Edition of The People's Law School

We are excited to bring you a new edition of The People's Law School, a free web seminar series that helps you understand and handle your own legal issues without the need to hire an attorney. With the success of our most recent episodes on handling your own small claims case, we want to continue to provide you with the information that matters to you. To make sure we do, we want to know what topic you would like us to cover next. Visit our facebook page to take a quick survey on which topic we should use for our next episode (Understanding Florida's No-Fault Insurance; Dissolution of Marriage in Florida; Basic Estate Planning; or something else) or leave a comment on this post! Thanks for your input!