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Eric Dirga
Expunging Florida Criminal Records - Done right the first time.
Expunging Florida Criminal Records - Done right the first time.

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If you have had an arrest record sealed or expunged in Florida, please read this short post. Important information that should be very helpful.

I will be trying to go live on Facebook, Twitter, and G+ soon to talk about Florida expungement and record sealings. I will post updates on the date and time. 

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People have a lot of questions about traffic tickets and it makes sense. There are a lot of misconceptions out there. Here are some common questions and answers to help figure it out.

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I updated my criminal case record search page. Just go to my website, click "My Links," then click the "Records" tab. From there you can search all but two Florida Counties criminal records (and avoid the miserable search for the link on the Clerk of Courts website).

Some Advice for Florida Residents:

Here is some advice about selling, trading, or giving away your vehicle. If you ever do this make sure you do this first:
1. Take YOUR tag off the vehicle.
2. Fill out a bill of sale (The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles provides this form on their website).
3. Go with the person you are selling, trading, or giving your car to the DMV or Tag Agency with the filled out and signed bill of sale and physically WATCH him/her transfer the title into his/her name (and register the vehicle).
4. Turn YOUR tag in.
If you do not do this and that person never changes the title you can still be held liable for that vehicle. Example:
You give your car to someone else. They say they will change the title/registration. They never do. They never buy insurance. They get in an accident and cause $20,000 in damage (not covered by insurance). The registered owner of the vehicle is on the hook for the $20,000. If not paid the Department will suspend the registered owners drivers license in Florida (and 44 other states). The registered owner IS YOU!

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Next time you see one of those adds about Ending Domestic Violence remember that it's cool to support such crap but the reality is that the entire "Domestic Violence" agenda is bogus. All you have to do is read the law, see what is really happening, and follow the money.
First, domestic violence laws have nothing to do with domestic violence reality. Domestic violence is "a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting[.]" see Key word here is PATTERN. As the law is applied there need be NO PATTERN of behavior.
Instead of stopping the PATTERN of violence, law enforcement arrests anyone that has an argument in a domestic setting and calls it "DOMESTIC VIOLENCE." This can include siblings fighting, non-intimate roommates (think your college buddy), your husband in a tussle with your sister's husband (over a football bet), a mom spanking her son for being unruly. Does any of this sound like a PATTERN of violence that DOMESTIC VIOLENCE laws are suppose to prevent/help?
How can this be? you ask. Quite easy, I say. Once this thing became a political issue we had a whole bunch of groups and people that wanted to be seen as caring for domestic violence victims. The put up ads, they vocalized, and they screamed. Pretty soon the federal government was giving out huge grants in support of this. Huge grants? Money? Oh yeah, lots of money flows out from the federal government to agencies that call themselves shelters, to police agencies that boast more and more arrests each year, and for ads that show celebrities and sports stars telling us to end the violence.
The end result is that we are labeling thousands upon thousands of people as domestic abusers who are not committing domestic violence. We are making it super easy for alleged victims to lie and obtain injunctions against someone they "just want to pay" for breaking up with them. And the real tragedy is that we are throwing the real domestic violence abuse victims in with the thousands of mislabeled victims of the system and hoping that the overworked state prosecutors have enough time to sort it all out.
The domestic violence call to action has been politicized to the detriment of us all and needs to be reeled back in for sanity's sake.

Added pages to my profile explaining the services I help people with. 

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On this Veteran's Day, The Umansky Law Firm would like to take a moment to thank all those who have served our country and those who are actively serving overseas. 

Veterans have always been there to protect us and our country, but we often forget that they may also need our help and support, especially after returning home. Learn how Veterans are getting a second chance through the Orange County Veteran Diversion program.

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What SEO Used to Be Versus What SEO Is Now - #infographic  

"With Panda, Penguin and all the other Google updates, SEO has changed over the years. What used to work doesn’t anymore.

So, how do you know what you should be avoiding and what you should be doing now? "

Here's an infographic from +Neil Patel, that breaks down a few old marketing techniques and compares it to new sustainable methods. And explains how you need to adjust your SEO strategy today.

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