It is the policy of the State of Florida that all state, county, and municipal records are open for personal inspection and copying. Providing access to public records is a duty of each agency. Fla.Stat. 119.01. The internet now makes it possible to view many public records online.
Florida Statutes are the state laws of Florida. The statues are organized by subject area, and then further divided into chapters and sections. The Rules of Procedure govern how a case may proceed in court. Each major area of law has its own set of rules as promulgated by the Florida Supreme Court. We have provided links to the Florida Statutes, and to the Rules of Procedure which most commonly govern the type of cases litigated by Gary W. Pollack, P.A.
Lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of Florida are members of the Florida Bar, a professional organization of lawyers. The Florida Bar website allows you to search for lawyers by name, and contains information for the public, including but not limited to lawyer-referrals and pro-bono assistance.
This link will provide you with brief answers to some of the most frequently asked questions associated with the practice areas of Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC Responses to the FAQs are not to be construed as legal advice. You should consult an attorney for any legal issues, including the issues referenced in these FAQs.