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WHO WE ARE
Hauserman Law Group, PLLC is located in West Palm Beach and handles a wide variety of legal matters, including state and federal civil litigation, bankruptcy, real estate, trademark registration, foreclosure defense, immigration, business transactions and personal injury all across Florida. The firm’s philosophy is to provide large firm efficiency with the personalization and accessibility that can only be achieved by a small firm. We will answer your questions and explain how your case will proceed. We will return your phone calls within one day, including weekends. Your case will never be lost in the crowd or shuffled off to someone else to deal with. We always will treat you as we would want to be treated if we were in your shoes. We have always practiced law in South Florida. We are local — we know the other attorneys and judges in the area, and they know us. We enjoy a great reputation in the legal community for service to our clients and always working to get the best result for them. Come in for a free consultation and, whether or not you decide to engage us for services, we hope you at least walk away feeling more knowledgeable about your situation. Services available in English, Spanish, Creole and Japanese.
Orlando Vazquez-Guzman talks with his attorney, Joshua Hauserman, before court Thursday morning, December 3, 2015. The state was asking for additional conditions for his pre-trial release on charges of possession of horse meat. Judge Glenn Kelley denied the state’s motion requesting that Vazquez-Guzman not be allowed to have animals on his property.
The school was located in the Midway Road Church of Christ before it suddenly closed in 2014.
That summer, church leaders told WPTV the owner of the school, Bonnie Hebb, wasn’t making regular or full rent payments.
A letter from Hebb’s attorney, Joshua Hauserman, said parents could file claims in bankruptcy court to be reimbursed.
A 66-year-old man who was among nine arrested after a law enforcement raid of three Loxahatchee animal farms in October will be allowed to keep some animals on his property for now, a judge ruled Thursday.
Kelley did, however, give sheriff’s officials permission to visit the farm weekly to make sure the animals weren’t being abused.
“It seems to me perhaps the more prudent way to go is just to inspect the animals that are already there as opposed to moving the animals,” Kelley said.
Delray Beach Office
Port St Lucie
Address: 1800 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite A-2
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Phone: (561) 223-1699
Fax: (561) 855-1274
SATURDAY: CLOSED/Emergencies only
SUNDAY: CLOSED/Emergencies only