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Cast Your Vote for Aloia Roland
Named in numerous categories of the 2020 Gulfshore Business “Best in Legal” awards, the Aloia Roland team is proud of all we’ve accomplished this past year – much in part due to your support!

It’s now time to cast your vote for Gulfshore Business 2021 Best of Business. Voting ends on April 30. We’d greatly appreciate your support again and encourage you to vote for other local businesses doing exceptional work in our community!
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We mourn the loss of two legends
This month, the legal community lost two of its greats: Frank Pavese Sr. and Patrick Emmett Geraghty Sr.

Mr. Pavese founded Pavese Law Firm in 1949. He was a Lee County prosecutor and an attorney for the county commission.  Mr. Pavese was part of an old Fort Myers family who owned the well-known downtown barbershop. Customers included Thomas Edison and the Philadelphia A's baseball team when it was in town for spring training. Mr. Pavese was Frank Aloia Jr.'s great uncle. 

As a legendary trial attorney, Geraghty was extraordinarily quick-witted and immensely skilled in the Courtroom.  He was the epitome of a "counselor of law," mentoring legions of young lawyers in Southwest Florida, including our own Frank Aloia, Jr., and Ty Roland (who are not so young anymore).  Mr. Geraghty served the legal community as well, giving his time as a Master in the Calusa Inn of Court and was a longstanding active member of the Lee County Bar Association.  Donations can be made in Mr. Geraghty's memory to the Community Cooperative. 

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Soup Kitchen Benefit set for May 6
Community Cooperative strives to be the leader in alleviating hunger and homelessness in our community by addressing key root causes. The 2021 Sam Galloway & Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit is scheduled for May 6. Reserve a table or get your individual tickets now!

Register here.
 
Proposed legislation to have major negative implications for Florida homeowners. 
As reported previously, our firm has taken a strong stance against Senate Bill-76, which has passed Senate. It limits homeowners' property insurance benefits, shortens the time to file a claim and limits a homeowner's ability to retain strong legal counsel. 
The Florida House Bill-305 has yet to pass. Reach out to your House Representatives today and let your voice be heard. It's clear this bill will help insurance companies and has no real promise to help Florida homeowners. Time is running out before this new law passes and you're stuck with serious consequences. 
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Annual corporate filings due May 1
Any profit corporation, limited liability company, limited partnership, or limited liability limited partnership annual report filing will have until May 1, 2021, before a $400 late fee is assessed. To learn how to properly prepare an annual report, visit the Florida Division of Corporation's website. 
As Aloia Roland continues to grow, so do our career opportunities! Are you or someone you know seeking a rewarding position with an excellent team of professionals? Learn more about the type of candidates we’re seeking now.
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