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Resources

Below you will find a variety of resources offered by The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor, P.A. as well as other organizations that will provide you with useful information on Florida law, on handling your own lawsuit, and about our firm.

The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor Facebook Page

The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor has a facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/keithtaylorlaw where our firm will keep you updated on legal issues, as well as our latest developments and projects.

Legally Speaking with The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor, Blog

On our blog, Legally Speaking with The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor, our experienced attorneys will provide information on a variety of legal topics, and subjects that are important to Citrus County, Florida residents. You can submit your own legal question to have one of our attorneys provide a free answer on our blog.

The People's Law School Webinar Series

The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor, P.A. has created a web-based seminar series called The People's Law School. These short videos will give you information on a variety of legal subjects, including small claims cases, estate planning, dissolution of marriage in Florida, business organization, and Florida no-fault insurance. The videos are designed to help you understand your own legal issues without the need to hire an attorney. New topics are added often, and you can suggest your own topic by visiting the People's Law School page.

The Florida Jury: Seeking Justice for All

In their article, The Florida Jury: Seeking Justice for All, The Law Office of Keith R. Taylor provides information on the steps of a Florida Jury Trial and examines the importance of the jury today. An important resource for those considering pursuing a lawsuit who may find themselves involved in a jury trial, those who are already involved in a lawsuit, and must decide whether to pursue a jury trial, or those who are serving on a jury and wish to better understand their role in the process, the article provides a detailed explanation of the ten phases of the jury trial and explains the importance of the Jury at each stage in the process.