About Anthony PerroneAnthony Perrone was born in New York and raised in the Deep South, in Florida, and was called a "sand Yankee" when he went to College in Virginia.
After working on Capitol Hill for a spell he returned to the Deep South to work in politics. When he found politics a profession too dirty to his liking, he decided to become an attorney.
After he acquired his license to practice law, a license he calls his most prized possession, Anthony set off on a ten-year plus adventure in the law that some people might say makes a career...he worked as a General Counsel of a Dot Com.. Then as an Executive Director of a Police Union...followed by a comparatively lengthy period of time as the City Attorney of a Small but not by any stretch of the imagination sleepy Gulf Coast Community. Near the end of this period he saw political winds blowing in a nasty way and returned home to the Deep South to care for his ailing mother through two surgeries. When Mom turned out all right, he turned his sights back towards the legal profession, only to find the great recession had wreaked havoc on the economy and on land use and real estate, his favorite practice area. The practice of law was in shambles from the wrath of the worst economy of our lifetimes. After moving to Maryland to train for a litigation position with a huge mega law firm, he returned back to Jacksonville, Florida to run a local litigation shop for that firm.
He left that position, mostly to switch sides. Much like politics, he found working for big banks a bit too ordinary... Which is why he is at Apple today.
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Q: BofA sold me a home. Then sent contractor in to change locks and remove items 5 days after closing
A: Were these item part of the sale? Did you get the new keys?
Q: How do I sue in Fl.from NY, for $3,000.00 paid for merchandise not delivered?
A: We need more information. Were the goods shipped from Florida? If so, what have you done to work out the disagreement with the merchant? Call me for a 15 minute consult, and I will try to help you. 904-685-1200.
Q: What to do they are claming I was over paid and must pay it back what to do
A: We need more information. Who is they and why are they saying you were overpaid. Call me for a free 15 minute consult. 904-685-1200
Q: Can a 3 year non-compete agreement be enforced in miami, FL in these economic times?
A: It depends on what profession you are in. In some professions, yes. Did they educate you? Then maybe. Call me for a free 30 minute consult. 904-685-1200.
Q: Can i move out of the house with my children with out fathers permission im staying in state
A: That depends. If you fear for your safety and the safety of your children, then yes. If it is for other reasons, the answer is not so clear cut. Please give me a call at 904-685-1200 and we can talk about this situation and determine what the best course of action might be.
Q: I feel I am being harassed at my job,A coworker is constantly disrespectful to me & scrutinizes me.My boss favors her.
A: If you don't want to work under these conditions any longer, you don't have to. Florida is an at will employment state, and you can leave your job any time you like. Is what you are describing employment discrimination? I would need more information to answer that question. Call me for a free consult for 30 minutes. 904-685-1200.
Q: I've paid over $5,000 interest on a $3,000 TitleMax loan. I live in Florida and the loan is in Alabama.What can I do?
A: This loan probably violates Florida's usury statutes but I am unsure of Alabama, because I do not practice there. Call the Florida Department of Consumer Affairs or Call me for a free consult. 904-685-1200.
Q: What is the responsibility of the father of a child of a juvenile sexual relationship?
A: If paternity can be established, he will be held legally responsible for the child. I handle paternity actions so contact my office for free consultation 904-685-1200.
Q: If you and your spouse are separated, can he remove our son from his local daycare to another daycare in another county
A: Is this daycare in a neighboring county? Or is the county on the other side of the state? Your spouse should not take any actions regarding your minor children without discussing it with you first. If the county is nearby...what is his reason for wanting to move day care? Is it because it would be convenient for him to be near his children while working? If that is the reason, why not allow him to do so? If there is more here then meets the eye, please give us more details! This is why you cannot afford to not have an attorney if you separate and have minor chidden. To avoid situations like this one.