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How to remove a Guest From Your House In Miami Florida
How to remove a Guest From Your House In Miami Florida

We’ve all had the experience of the friend or family member who we agree to let stay in our home for a temporary period of time, and they overstay their welcome. You may think that because you don’t have a landlord-tenant relationship with a lease or rental agreement that you have to remedy under the law to make this person…

ATTORNEY PAMELA FERRETJANS’ WONDERFUL LIFE STORY FEATURED IN DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW
ATTORNEY PAMELA FERRETJANS’ WONDERFUL LIFE STORY FEATURED IN DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to reporter Raychel Lean with the Daily Business Review for featuring the wonderful life story of our Attorney, Pamela Ferretjans. Becoming a lawyer could be a difficult path. It is invigorating to see how Pamela dedicates her life to what brings her joy, advocating for others. By pursuing these passions despite the risks and…

Restraining Orders in Florida
Restraining Orders in Florida

How to Get a Restraining Order for Domestic Violence in Florida If you are experiencing threats, physical, or sexual abuse, it is important to understand that you have a right to be protected. At Ferretjans Law Office in Miami, we specialize in defending and requesting Restraining Orders in Florida due to Domestic Violence.  In Florida, there are multiple types of…

Divorce in Florida
Divorce in Florida

Are you thinking about filing for divorce in Florida, but you’re wondering how? It’s common to not know the process of getting a divorce, and that’s where Ferretjans Law can help. At Ferretjans Law, we specialize in Family Law and Divorce proceedings, and we strive to make the process easy for our clients. The first step is to determine whether…

DACA NEWS JUNE 2020!!
DACA NEWS JUNE 2020!!

DACA is Back in Effect as of June 2020 Our Immigration attorneys at Ferretjans Law in Miami are thrilled to share the following update on DACA renewal and new applications program. On June 18, 2020, the Supreme Court rejected the Trump Administration’s attempt to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA was started by the Obama Administration and…

Asylum Granted In Immigration Court For Vietnamese Family

We are happy to share that an   Asylum case was granted for a Vietnamese Family in the Miami Immigration Court for an environmental activist from Vietnam, who suffered death threats, incarceration and torture at the hands of the law enforcement of the Vietnamese government. In Vietnam, there is no freedom of expression for citizens who wish to protest against the…

Who keeps the Pets after a Divorce under Florida Law?
As a pet owner and experienced divorce lawyer in Miami, I can confirm that the question of which of the spouse keeps the pets after a divorce is one that may go unnoticed up until the division of assets is brought up during a divorce process. Many families have pets, who are loved and treated as members of the family.…
Visas E-2 – Proposed Bill to expand benefits for E-2 Visa Holders
Last week Congressman John Rutherford, introduced a Bill that focuses on expanding benefits for E-2 visa holders. The E-2 Visa does not provide a direct path to citizenship nor does it provide status for minor children once they turn 21 years of age. Which means that when they turn 21, unless they have made a change of status, these young…

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