Friday, December 15, 2017

New Year's Eve Package at Tradewinds Island Resorts

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"Toast to a New Year and rock out to live music with Motel Funk and opening band Galbraith Group. Enjoy great food, a full open bar and more!"

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Stay Away from Synthetics.

In this case when we refer to synthetics we are talking about drugs.  What is a synthetic drug?  It is defined as a drug with properties and effects similar to a known hallucinogen or narcotic but having a slightly altered chemical structure.  Just because some have looked the other way, these drugs are potentially dangerous and definitely illegal in the state of Florida.

Here is a fact of which you should be aware.  Buying, selling or smoking synthetic marijuana is NO LONGER LEGAL.  Possession of synthetic drugs, including K2, spice, or other synthetic drugs is classified as a First Degree Misdemeanor in Florida if under 3 grams.  Remember that and proceed accordingly!

IF you are arrested on a charge of using or distributing synthetic drugs in Pinellas County you have a strong law firm that you can count on.  Rely on the combined 50 years of experience of Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett at the St. Petersburg office of Kidder and Bennett attorneys at law.  Don’t hesitate!  Call this number immediately (727) 821-8000.  

Winter Events and Festivals

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"While the rest of the country shivers with winter's chill, you could be enjoying mild temperatures in St. Pete/Clearwater, enjoying these events, like the annual Ephiphany celebration and the outdoor Clearwater Sea Blues Festival. So what are you waiting for?"

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Empowering Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Right now, you are almost in a state of shock and at the very least alarmed.  Someone that you have trusted with your future happiness has done a violent thing to you.  In your case you may be experiencing a financial crisis in addition to the physical and emotional ones.  It is all a bit overwhelming.

There are local organizations such as Community Action Stop Abuse (CASA) or The Haven of RCS, or the National Domestic Violence Hotline for information about services, programs and shelters available in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area. Most definitely if you are in immediate danger, call 911! 

There is a caring and compassionate team that will assist you in this time of need.  They are Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett.  They have had a combined 50 years of experience in dealing with domestic abuse in Pinellas County.  Please call their law office today at (727) 821-8000.  The next attack may be worse!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Thanksgiving St Petersburg & Clearwater 2017

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"Thanksgiving St Petersburg & Clearwater Florida 2017 is celebrated through family activities and Thanksgiving weekend events. Thanksgiving is not just about getting stuffed and watching football all day. There are many things to do for Thanksgiving in St Petersburg & Clearwater Florida."

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Grand Theft in Florida.

Not just theft, mind you, but grand theft needs to be defined if you or a loved one has been accused in the Sunshine State.  Under Florida law, Grand Theft is any intentional and unlawful taking of property valued at $300.00 or more.  That does not sound like an enormous amount of money, but it is very serious.

Grand theft is a felony offense, with penalties that may include prison, probation, fines, restitution, and a permanent criminal record.  That permanent part will follow you around for the rest of your life.  Here is the thing…there are certain circumstances that may reduce this charge and you NEED to know them.

If you or a loved one faces a charge like this you need to immediately call the Kidder and Bennett law firm.  Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Kidder and Bennett is a Florida grand theft defense attorney law firm.  You don’t mess around with a charge like this!  Seek aggressive defense from Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett by calling (727) 821-8000.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Judge Ye Not.

You may be familiar with that beginning of a Biblical phrase.  In today’s world when a judge renders a decision in family court, the final outcome may still have room for modification.  If your life changes after a divorce decree in the state of Florida you can seek to modify the final judgement to reflect those changes.

There are many possibilities including illness, loss of income, or a required relocation.  Some changes in your life may inhibit your ability to pay the full child support that you were ordered to pay when the decision was rendered.  On the other side of the coin, if a former spouse has received a large inheritance then your burden may be reduced.

When a family court judge makes a decision on a divorce case that does not necessarily mean “in perpetuity”.  Discover your rights to modify a divorce decree from veteran St. Petersburg family lawyers Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett.  They will represent you in Florida family court to fight for your financial rights.  Call the office of Kidder and Bennett today at (727) 821-8000.