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  • Located in the Plantation Pine Island Commons

    8551 W Sunrise Blvd Suite 101A, Plantation, FL 33322

  • Representing Families throughout South Florida

    Divorce, Adoption, Child Support, Abuse & More

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Welcome to Findlay Stokes Law Firm

Civil Litigation

We have been successful in achieving results in a wide range of controversy work through trial...

Family Law

When dealing with a divorce, a child custody dispute, or any other type of contested family law matter, it

Real Estate Transactions

We provide representation in Real Estate Services, including Buying and Selling of a residence or commercia

Business Organization

Choosing an entity for your organization should start with an assessment of your goals.

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Fraud & Forgery

How to Protect Yourself and Others Involved Seller Impersonation Fraud: Seller impersonation fraud involves the deceptive practice where an individual or group of individuals pretend to be the property owner when marketing to a potential buyer. The fraudster undertakes the identity of a genuine seller to gain the trust of unsuspecting realtors, buyers, and closing

Jan 17, 2024 Admin

Can a Tenant Withhold Rent?

A Tenant cannot withhold rent from the Landlord without sending notice and allowing the Landlord time to cure the non-compliance, violations, or default of its obligations. Failure to send the required notice to the Landlord has significant impact on a Tenant’s rights under the rental agreement and Florida Statute.

Jan 03, 2024 Admin

Keys to Successful Co-Parenting in 2024

Separate your personal relationship with your ex from the co-parenting relationship. Place your children’s needs first. Make shared decisions regarding the best interests of the child(ren). Interact with your ex in a cordial manner during the exchange of the child(ren). Stick to the Parenting Timesharing Schedule. (Communicate with your ex if there needs to be

Jan 03, 2024 Admin


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