Florida Bar Suspension, certain minimum conditions of character & fitness must be met before you can be reinstated to practice. Even then reinstatement or readmission after Florida Bar Suspension is hardly a given. This is especially the case for the disbarred Florida Bar Suspension attorney since the attitude of the Florida Supreme Court is becoming more and more a “zero tolerance” policy in readmitting attorneys.
Prior to applying for reinstatement or readmission, prudence demands that thorough consideration be given to the underlying conduct and also to responses to issues that must be addressed in the reinstatement/readmission process. This is where having an attorney, like Richard B. Marx, Esq., who has focused exclusively in this area of law for more than 25 years can make a difference. In many instances it will be the difference between practicing law again and finding a new career.
Typically suspensions run from 10 days to 3 years. While upon completion of a 90 day or less suspension automatically permits you to practice, any suspension of more than 90 days requires you go through a reinstatement process with the Florida Bar.
Florida Bar Suspension
Typically you must wait a minimum of 5 years before you can seek readmission with the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
For more information on how Richard Marx, Esq. can help you resolve Florida Bar Suspension.
Call him at (305) 579-9060.
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