As a benefit of your Membership with CFPA you are eligible to join the CFPA Yahoo! Group. This is a forum where you can post questions to other CFPA Members such as referrals to other attorneys in other practice areas, or if you need an expert witness and are seeking a recommendation, or if you are seeking a certain form that you don't have. All you have to do is post to our Yahoo! Group.
For more information on how you can become a part of this Yahoo! Group and receive an invitation to join, please contact CFPA's Yahoo! Group Moderator at: YAHOO
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requirements of the Paralegal Association of Florida for Florida
specific laws and has obtained the designation as a Florida Certified
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