Oct. 26, 2021

Henny L. Shomar Joins Broward Public Library Foundation’s Board of Directors

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 21, 2021, Tripp Scott today announced that Henny L. Shomar, a director with the firm’s family law and commercial litigation practices, was appointed to the Broward Public Library Foundation’s Board of Directors. The board members serve as active ambassadors for the Library Foundation and are involved in its mission through board meeting attendance, committee work, support and attendance.

The Broward Public Library Foundation is a charitable organization committed to enhancing the collections, programs and services of the Broward County Library system. Read more about The Broward Public Library Foundation

Shomar is an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell®, focuses his practice in complex litigation matters, including commercial & business litigation, marital and family law, probate litigation, and creditor’s rights. Henny advocates for firm clients in several capacities both in state and federal court. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers®, part of Thomson Reuters, as a “Rising Star” naming him as one of the top 2.5% of lawyers every year since 2016.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 20, 2021, Tripp Scott today announced that Henny L. Shomar, a director with the firm’s family law and commercial litigation practices, was appointed to the Broward Public Library Foundation’s Board of Directors. The board members serve as active ambassadors for the Library Foundation and are involved in its mission through board meeting attendance, committee work, support and attendance.

The Broward Public Library Foundation is a charitable organization committed to enhancing the collections, programs and services of the Broward County Library system. Read more about The Broward Public Library Foundation.  

Shomar is an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell®, focuses his practice in complex litigation matters, including commercial & business litigation, marital and family law, probate litigation, and creditor’s rights. Henny advocates for firm clients in several capacities both in state and federal court. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers®, part of Thomson Reuters, as a “Rising Star” naming him as one of the top 2.5% of lawyers every year since 2016.

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Essentials for your First-Year College Student

"Finally…" a common expression of relief said by (most) parents and (practically all) recently-graduated high school graduates – and now they are off to college. As a parent, you are probably hoping your "child" achieves the goals they set to accomplish, i.e., get good grades and get a good job – but what about still taking care of your "independent" child, like their tuition, costs, or expenses they incur? Sure, the school they attend may set you up with a "surrogacy" or "proxy" to access their medical or financial accounts, but this may be unintentionally misleading because these may be limited to those related or tied to the school and may not provide the parents the assurance they need. 

School Choice, More than Ever: Three Big Reasons

As Florida’s children return to classrooms, what better time is there to highlight the Sunshine State’s status as a national leader in school choice – and three reasons why that distinction matters more than ever? Even more, it’s worth considering whether, during this year or later, your family should take advantage of the state’s range of offerings that put families and their needs first.

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's CEO Ed Pozzuoli.

Newsom wants to impose the ‘California Way’ on all of us. Florida has the better idea

As Published in the Miami Herald

Popping up across Florida these days are T-shirts and hats celebrating the free state of Florida, suggesting “Make America Florida.”

 

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