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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Events and Seminars

Henderson Franklin is proud to sponsor seminars that address important legal issues and topics. Our attorneys are also available to present in-house seminars at your place of business. Upcoming seminars include:

March 24, 2021, “Rise of the Drones: The Current UAV/UAS Law Landscape”

Florida Bar Board Certified Trial expert Attorney Michael Corso, who is also an aerospace engineer, will discuss the state of the law with regard to drone safety campaigns, FAA drone regulations and enforcement, federal and state legislation, and more for the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel.

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Henderson Franklin Welcomes Community Association Lawyer Colby Keefe

Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., is pleased to announce that attorney Colby Keefe joined the Real Estate Department. She also has experience in condominium and homeowners’ association law. Keefe endeavors to provide clients with clear and understandable counsel on a broad range of association issues including interpretation and amending of […]

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Don’t punish the kids to get back at your ex

By: Kayla Richmond, Esq. Both moms and dads can make mistakes when parenting their children. When it comes to separating or divorcing families, a parent’s behavior often changes based on emotions they are experiencing from the situation. This may cause some parents to act poorly without understanding the long-lasting effect […]

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