Antoine Dumas Jr.We maximize your protection and prosperity in the courtroom and the boardroom.
- Business Law, Trademarks
Howard University School of Law
Doctor in Jurisprudence
AREAS OF EXPERIENCE
Contract Drafting & Review
Breach of Contract
Home Contractor Suits
Florida Deceptive & Unfair Trade Practices
Florida State Bar
Southern District of Florida
I am the Owner and Chief Liber-Attorney™ (Attorney, Pastor, Multi-Preneur and bestselling Author) of Talented Tenth Law whose personal calling is to liberate society’s underdogs, socially, spiritually and financially.
SOCIALLY- I HELP PEOPLE MAXIMIZE THEIR PROTECTION AND PROSPERITY IN THE COURTROOM AND THE BOARDROOM:
?As a commercial and civil litigation attorney, I zealously represent the interests of individuals who have been wronged by a business or person and can only get justly compensated by asserting their rights in the legal system.
?As a small business consultant, I help business owners avoid costly legal mistakes and take advantage of highly lucrative sources of revenue they may not be aware of.
SPIRITUALLY- I HELP GENUINE, TRUTH-SEEKERS DISCOVER AND UNLEASH THE POWER OF GOD WITHIN:
? As a Pastor: 1) I’m a best-selling author of a book called Promised Land of Faith: How To Grow Your Faith and Manifest The Life Of Your Dreams; 2) I pastor 3-6 students at a time through a comprehensive spiritual liberation course called the Framework of Faith; and 3) I co-host a Facebook Livestream/Podcast called Crosstalk.
FINANCIALLY- I’M WORKING TO GENERATE ENOUGH WEALTH SO THAT MY UNIVERSE-DENTING INDUSTRY CAN FUND MY UNIVERSE-DENTING MINISTRY:
? As a Multi-Preneur: 1) I start businesses; 2) I sell multiple product lines via e-commerce; and 3) I flip real estate.
- Oakwood College
- B.A. | Theology
- Howard University School of Law
- The Florida Bar  # 0126146
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- Broward County Bar Association
- The Haitian Lawyers Association
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- 11th Circuit
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- Q. What steps can I take to retrieve money that I loaned to a person who will not pay me back?
- A: First of all, if this was a licensed counselor you went to it is illegal for him to ask you for a loan. Secondly, if he owes you money and you can prove that by contract you should definitely take him to court. Since the amount is for less than $5,000 I would suggest either filing a claim in Small Claims court and/or contacting the state licensing board that oversees his line of work. If you need additional help with any of those things, please let me know. P.S. It sounds like you're on the right path. Don't let jerks like your counselor veer you off. Working with the law, as you are doing, is always better than working against it in the long run. I wish you the best!
- Q. Time Limit For Contesting Tickets/Fines?
- A: Hi, First of all, I should say I'm sorry you had to go through all that you've been through and I am happy to hear that you are doing better now. As far as the ticket is concerned, that's one that could be thrown out quite effortlessly unless it has already been adjudicated. Unfortunately, if it hasn't already been adjudicated, there's probably a bench warrant out for your arrest. In that case you'd probably need a lawyer to set aside the warrant and enter a plea of not guilty on your behalf and then go from there.
- Q. Tenant-at-will. Can i be evicted because the owner has sold the house?
- A: Unfortunately, yes. If your boyfriend's aunt indeed has authority to sell the home (which isn't completely clear from your question) then the answer is yes. Anytime you live in a house you don't own you can be evicted, especially if there isn't a rental agreement in place as it appears is the case here. However, the manner in which she tries to evict you matters, rental agreement or not. If you want to make sure you're being evicted properly and being given sufficient time to move out, I should be able to help. Wish you the best!