Mike Bradon

What Does the Law in Florida Say About Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence in Florida is defined as assault or battery, aggravated assault or battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death, committed by a family or household member against another family or household member. “Family or household…

The Legal Implications of Background Screening Potential Employees

Employers are allowed to commission or gather background information on current and potential employees, including criminal background checks. However, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) maintains strict rules governing the procedures employers must follow for background checks and what information they can access. The employee must be notified…

Why You Should Always Leave a Will

Most people should have a will. Wills can distribute your property, name an executor, name guardians for children, forgive debts and more. Having a will also means that you, rather than your state’s laws, decide who gets your property when you die. In most cases, wills are typewritten legal documents…

All You Need to Know About Estate Litigation

Sadly, inheritance disputes are not just a problem we see in movies and tv shows where only blended families or fabulously wealthy folks are squabbling over wills, property and inheritance. Every time a loved one dies, estate litigation may arise, leaving the family to deal with the complicated process of…

Everything You Need to Know Before Building Your Dream House in Melbourne

Nothing beats the feeling of being able to nail a hook into the wall without asking permission! Switching from renting to owning a house is one of the biggest jumps Australians experience in their lives. However, (yes, unfortunately, there’s always an undesired “however”) building your dream house can often turn…