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Miami  Michelle G. Hasbun

Michelle Hasbun

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 7.6
I was originally referred to Atty Berger by a mutual acquaintance a number of years ago, while one of the... more
Miami  Chase Adam Berger

Chase Berger

Miami, FL Litigation
Avvo rating 7.9
I would not recommend this lawyer to anyone. My experience with Emily Phillips is that she does not respond... more
Miami  Emily Joyce Phillips

Emily Phillips

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 6.5
This is the statement from a true and real client of Louis Hernandez, I was not paid by him or advised to... more
Miami  Louis Albert Hernandez

Louis Hernandez

Miami, FL Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 8.1
This is the statement from a true and real client of Louis Hernandez, I was not paid by him or advised to... more
Miami  Louis Albert Hernandez

Louis Hernandez

Miami, FL Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 8.1
This is the statement from a true and real client of Louis Hernandez, I was not paid by him or advised to... more
Miami  Louis Albert Hernandez

Louis Hernandez

Miami, FL Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 8.1
Brian is very personable, approachable and has a good relationship with the court as well as a strong... more
Miami  Brian J. Barakat

Brian Barakat

Miami, FL Litigation
Avvo rating 9.1
Consulte de 5 a 6 abogados, ya que mi caso era especial, pero solo el abogado Carlos Duque pudo resolver mi... more
Miami  Carlos Mauricio Duque

Carlos Duque

Miami, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 8.0

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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.