Property Lawyer’s Own Homes Raise Issue

By JOSH SALMAN Published: Monday, February 24, 2014 at 11:02 a.m.

SARASOTA – One of Southwest Florida’s most prominent real estate lawyers financed more than $1 million worth of personal real estate during the boom — simultaneously claiming all three homes as her primary residence, which experts say violated her mortgage terms.

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Bar Investigating Head Of Gulfcoast Legal Services

SARASOTA – The Florida State Bar is investigating whether Kathleen Mullin, the embattled executive director of Gulfcoast Legal Services, practiced law without a license.

 

Kathleen Mullins is executive director of Gulf Coast Legal Services.

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Mullin, who took over the nonprofit in December 2012, never took the Florida Bar exam.

 

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Be ever Vigilant in the Protection of your Rights.

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Request for help and support.

Sometimes we¬† need someone to listen, sometimes we need support of others who have been in our shoes, sometimes we need someone to point us in the right direction or offer encouragement. If you have been a victim of any Social or Human Services, DHS, DCF, HRS, ect., victim of a bias and […]

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North Port Florida To Bill Family Of Dead Man Left Beside Road For 16 Hours For Code Violations

Thursday, December 17, 2009 North Port To Bill Family Of Dead Man Left Beside Road For 16 Hours For Code Violations The City of North Port announced that it will continue its aggressive pursuit of code violations by assessing the family of a man found dead beside a city roadway for numerous infractions […]

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City Of North Port Fl Paying $160 An Hour To Gather Paperwork?

Public records may be public but they’re not necessarily cheap.

I read a story in the The Herald-Tribune that said they had just paid $800 for records concerning the arbitration case of Nadia Kashitskaya, the North Port 911 operator who was fired for failing to send help to a crash victim.

The newspaper […]

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Sarasota Florida Lawyer John Yanchek Pleads Guilty $83M Fraud

Florida Lawyer John Yanchek

A Sarasota, Fla., lawyer pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Tampa to charges that could result in a sentence of eight to 10 years for his role in an almost $83 million loan fraud scheme from which he reportedly received about $7.6 million.

According to the plea agreement, […]

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