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Andrew Hoek

Andrew Hoek manages the Tampa office of DeWitt Law Firm, P.A.. Prior to joining the Firm, Andrew was a member of Florida Property Law, LLC.  Andrew brings with him experience in both real estate and environmental and land use law. Andrew obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida where he majored in Political Science and minored in Business Administration. Andrew then went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from Florida State University’s College of Law, graduating cum laude. While in law school Andrew excelled both inside and outside the classroom, earning several book awards, participating in multiple scholarly journals, and working as a research assistant and legislative intern.

Andrew also holds a legal masters degree (LL.M.) in Environmental and Land Use law from the University of Florida’s Levin College of law. In addition to practicing law, Andrew is also a licensed Real Estate Agent with Smith and Associates Real Estate Inc. in Tampa, Florida.

Andrew represents clients, both large and small, in all aspects of real estate law, land development and real property transactions.  Andrew also has experience representing clients in condominium and homeowner association law. Andrew has worked for the Florida Senate, The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the University of Florida’s Conservation Clinic.

Andrew is actively involved in the Tampa Bay community, serving on several local boards, and lives in South Tampa.

Andrew Hoek, Esq.
DeWitt Law Firm, P.A.
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
607 W Bay Street
Tampa, FL 33606 
Tel.: 813.251.2701 Fax: 813.251.2704 
Email: AndrewHoek@dewittlaw.com

DeWitt Law Legal Resources

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Once the divorce has been finalized pursuant to a marital settlement agreement or ruling by the trial judge, and a final judgment is entered, the case is over. The issues have been resolved and the divorce is final.

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There are many factors that determine whether a couple is legally married. To protect the privacy of the client, some of the facts in the account below may not coincide with the facts of the actual case, but they serve to illustrate the legal principles and arguments involved.

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In November 2014, the Florida Supreme Court clarified the standard for determining whether an error committed at the trial court level in a civil case constitutes a harmless error. This is important because harmless errors do not result in a reversal of a trial court or jury decision. Only harmful errors can result in a reversal.

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Orlando Office:

Phone: 407-245-7723

37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 840
Orlando, FL 32801

Tampa Office:

Phone: 813-251-2701

607 West Bay Street
Tampa, FL 33606