Articles Posted in Law Practice

Court rooms can be similar to high schools. There is a dress code, albeit unspoken, and there are certain norms to be observed. One unspoken rule is that if an attorney stands out from the other lawyers as being different or out of the loop, it isn’t necessarily a good thing. This is one reason […]

I recently celebrated my ten-year anniversary with Haber Law. Looking back, it is remarkable how different the practice of law is and how much our firm has grown. Here are ten changes I’ve noticed: We have grown from two attorneys (David Haber and David Podein) to 11. By this summer, we’ll have 12. Continue reading

Florida Courts are required to recognize judgments of all kinds from other U.S. states, including divorce judgments. In fact, there is a provision in the United States Constitution called the Full Faith and Credit Clause which requires this. But what about judgments, particularly divorce judgments, that come from foreign countries? There is a legal principle […]

The current Geographic Targeting Order (GTO), issued by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a bureau of the U.S. Department of Treasury, is set to expire this Friday, November 16, 2018.  In essence, the GTO provides that when a buyer uses a corporate entity (such as an LLC) for cash purchases of residential real estate […]

Attorneys Experience Prevalent Mental Health Problems It is not uncommon for employees to experience stress, fatigue, and frustration when having to balance personal, family, and work obligations, not to mention the societal ideal to be “busy” all of the time. While many individuals are able to use positive coping strategies, such as collaborating with coworkers, […]