Fort Lauderdale Laws
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Fort Lauderdale, often referred to as the "Venice of America" for its network of canals, is located in South Florida and lined with pristine beaches. Although the city still has a reputation for its once lively spring break culture, Ft. Lauderdale now attracts more diverse and affluent tourists. In fact, tourism remains the largest component of its economy. In this section, you will find a wide variety of articles and resources to help you navigate Florida law, find local legal assistance, determine the right courthouse for your case, and understand the nuances of dealing with different legal issues in Ft. Lauderdale.
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