Red Tide in Sarasota and Manatee county have a lot of business owners losing sleep

Come join hands tomorrow on your local beach in recognition of the current conditions of our waterways. Visit: The South Florida Clean Water Movement public group on facebook for more information.  Tourism and business’s along the water depend on clean and safe environmental conditions, it is their stock and trade.  With season approaching, many business…


Are you trying to find out if someone has filed a Bankruptcy but you don’t want to pay for the information?

Well, you can find out for free: Visit the website below for all of the Bankruptcy districts. VCIS: VOICE CASE INFORMATION SYSTEM FREE VCIS uses an automated voice response system to read a limited amount of bankruptcy case information directly from the court’s database in response to touch-tone telephone inquiries. Access to the VCIS is…


Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay $2.09 Billion Penalty for Allegedly Misrepresenting Quality of Loans Used in Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities

The Justice Department announced today that Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and several of its affiliates (Wells Fargo) will pay a civil penalty of $2.09 billion under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (FIRREA) based on the bank’s alleged origination and sale of residential mortgage loans that it knew contained misstated income…


Some younger clients are shocked when I tell them we had Debtor’s Prison’s here in the U.S. The oldest was in Virginia, 1824-1849.

The Debtors’ Prison is a historic debtors’ prison in Accomac, Virginia. Constructed in 1783 as a house for the Accomack County jailer, it is the oldest public structure in the county.[3] It was converted to use as a debtors’ prison in 1824, which purpose it served until 1849 Visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debtors%27_Prison_(Accomac,_Virginia)


Speaking with Ruth Bader Ginsburg following our Swearing in Ceremony. What an honor to be welcomed by the second female Supreme Court Justice Mother’s Day weekend. RBG herself is a mother of 2 and Grandmother to 4.

It was the Monday after Mother’s Day 2018.  We were so honored to have Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speak with us after our Swearing in Ceremony at the Unites States Supreme Court.  We were told ahead of time that RBG was not feeling well and good not talk long.   She appeared and…