Luis E. Insignares, P.A. is pleased to announce that Attorney Timothy A. McCan, II is a speaker for the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar webinar entitled “Technology to Advance your Family Law Practice”. He will be speaking to Family Lawyers throughout the State on some specific tools to automate certain repeatable tasks, increase [..]
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FORT MYERS – January 11, 2016 Luis E. Insignares, P.A. was recently honored in the U.S. News – Best Lawyers(r) 2016 “Best Law Firms” report, receiving a ranking for outstanding work in family and marital law in the Fort Myers metro area. Led by Luis E. Insignares, the Firm’s marital, family and appellate practice focuses [..]
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LUIS E. INSIGNARES and BRIAN J. KRUGER attorneys at the office of Luis E. Insignares, P.A. both were speakers in Orlando at a seminar entitled: Real Estate: “What All Family Lawyers Need to Know But Most Don’t.” Attorney Insignares spoke on the topic of the “Gift Presumption in Family Law Cases (and ways around it). [..]
Luis E. Insignares, a Board Certified Marital and Family Lawyer was a featured speaker at the Estate & Trust Planning/Asset Protection Seminar entitled: “Tricks, Treats and Really Scary Things.” The seminar was presented by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar. He spoke on the landmark case of Berlinger v. [..]
Residence is jurisdictional under Florida law. § 61.021, Fla. Stat. (2015); Fernandez v. Fernandez, 648 So.2d 712 (Fla. 1995). Section 61.021, Florida Statutes (2012), requires that only one of the parties to a marriage must reside six months in Florida prior to the filing of the petition. Orbe v. Orbe, 651 So.2d 1295 (Fla. 5th [..]
by Gulf Coast Business Review – The Daily Source for Gulf Coast Business Leaders FORT MYERS, FL – Fort Myers attorney Luis E. Insignares was recently selected to contribute to the 10th edition of the “Florida Dissolution of Marriage”, an annual publication from the Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education, published by LexisNexis. Insignares was selected [..]
In our prior post we noted that although the appellate rule on briefs does not explicitly state that appellees’ answer briefs should be set up with the same issues as were posed in the initial brief, such a conclusion is suggested by the very name “answer” brief. Now let’s look at how failing to follow [..]
Today’s installment goes to a recurring problem in appellate practice, yet one on which there is very little, if any, reported law: the answer brief which doesn’t actually “answer” the points on appeal, stated in the initial brief. While one would think that such a problem would be one avoided by simple common sense, and [..]