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Florida's Landlord/Tenant Act Summary
Know Your Rights When Encountering Law Enforcement
How to Flex Your Rights During Police Encounters
Towing Bill of Rights
Trespass Towing Complaints
What You Should Know About Motor Vehicle Repair
Online Shopping Safety
Identity Theft: What to Know, What to Do
DISCLAIMER: The brochures are for informational purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with this office. If you are having a possible legal issue, consult with an attorney immediately before taking any action.
Tenant's Right's Manual
Tenant's Beware!: Leasing Tips & Recent Trends
Everything You Need to Know About Joint Leases
Cosigning a Loan
What You Should Know About Rental Car Insurance
Buying or Selling a Vehicle in Florida
Don't Get Chomped!: Swamp Survival Guide
Spring Break Survival Guide
Name Change Fact Sheet - Long Form
Name Change Fact Sheet - Short Form
Roommate Rental Agreement
Sublease Agreement - With Landlord
Sublease Agreement - Without Landlord
Divorce - Marital Settlement Agreement
Divorce - Financial Affidavit
Jon graduated from Louisiana State University Law School (J.D.) in 1986 with honors. He was a member of the Louisiana Law Review and Order of the Coif. He obtained his undergraduate degree from LSU in 1983 (B.S., General Studies). Mr. Adcock practiced law in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for over 15 years, primarily in the area of general civil and commercial litigation, before coming to Florida. He remains a member of the Louisiana Bar.
Mr. Adcock became a member of the Florida Bar in 2003. He has been an Assistant General Counsel with Student Legal Services since March of 2004. He advises and represents students in a variety of legal matters involving landlord/tenant, consumer, insurance, traffic and criminal cases.
Alisha was born and raised in Key West, Florida. She attended the University of Florida as an undergraduate from August 1984 through August 1988, receiving a Bachelors of Art in Sociology. After working for a year and half, Ms. Tabag started law school at the University of Florida College of Law in January 1990. She received her Juris Doctor degree in December 1992. Ms. Tabag has been a member of the Florida Bar and an attorney at Student Legal Services since 1993.
Assistant General Counsel
Layne was born at Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida and lived at “Flavet” (University of Florida Veteran’s Housing) as a child. He received his Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 1991. Prior to entering law school, Layne taught English in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan for three years. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida in 1996. He entered the Florida Bar in 1997 and was in private practice with the Galigani Law Firm before joining Student Legal Services in December, 2011. He has bench and jury trial experience, and has represented clients in civil litigation, criminal and traffic defense, and family law.