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Difficult both personally and economically, and when I thought I had lost everything, go to the offices of Dr.... more
Miami  Julio Cesar Marrero

Julio Marrero

Miami, FL Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.8
I received a Rolling Red Light ticket in Miami-Dade country while using a rental car on vacation. I was most... more
Miami  Frank Menendez

Frank Menendez

Miami, FL Speeding & Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 7.4
After doing some research I quickly came across Ms Sheinkerman through word of mouth and let's just say she... more
Miami  Yanina Sheinkerman

Yanina Sheinkerman

Miami, FL Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.9
I met Attorney Abreu by a referral. That person was not wrong! Brandy, a family woman, and her team have... more
Miami  Brandy Christie Gonzalez-Abreu

Brandy Gonzalez-Abreu

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 6.9
I want to inform the public about Mr. Marcellus. I'm not bashing him or on some witch hunt to get him. I feel... more
Miami  Madsen Marcellus Jr.

Madsen Marcellus

Miami, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.3
I highly recommend Mr. Sebirsky as a Board Certified Immigration Lawyer. If you have a case and need... more
Miami  Daniel B Sibirsky

Daniel Sibirsky

Miami, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
She got the result that I wanted (I did not have to pay retroactive)...and I felt like I was with a family... more
Miami  Emily Rebecca Dunn

Emily Dunn

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 5.6
I was working with another immigration attorney before I had a chance to meet Elina and I haven't looked back... more
Miami  Elina Magaly Santana

Elina Santana

Miami, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0

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After Miami was incorporated as a city in 1896, a major construction project made Miami a tourist destination. The opening of the Royal Palm Hotel, a resort for the Gilded Age, brought families such as Rockefellers, Carnegies, and Vanderbilts to Miami.

Miami experienced some setbacks in its first years with a fire roaring through its business district. During the Spanish-American War, temporarily stationed troops threatened the community members with violence, and the next year a yellow fever epidemic ravaged the city. Rising above these tragic events, Miami quickly grew to be a major city of Florida.