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George C. Young Courthouse (NOT THE “CASEY ANTHONY TRIAL” STATE COURTHOUSE) Suite 1201A, 400 West Washington Street, Orlando, FL 32801

If traveling east on I-4 to downtown, take Exit 82B (South St.), continue straight from end of the ramp. The street becomes Garland St. Turn left on Washington Street. Either use the parking meters on your right or turn left on Hughey Ave. The entrance to the parking area (beneath I-4) will be immediately on your left. You will enter the federal building just off the northeast corner (Huey and Washington).

If traveling west on I-4 to downtown, take exit 84, (Colonial Drive). Proceed straight over Colonial Drive onto N. Hughey Ave. On Hughey Avenue, drive approximately 1 mile. Right after you pass Washington Street, you immediately turn left into the parking area (beneath I-4). You will enter the federal building just off the northeast corner (Huey and Washington).

If traveling from the east of downtown, take 408-W, to exit 11A (Rosalind Ave). Turn left on South St. Turn right on Garland Ave. Turn left on Washington Street. Either use the parking meters on your right or turn left on Hughey Ave. The entrance to the parking area (beneath I-4) will be immediately on your left. You will enter the federal building just off the northeast corner (Huey and Washington).

lf traveling from the west of downtown, take 408-E to the Exit 10B (I4 East- Daytona Beach). Exit on 83A, (Amelia St.). Turn left on Amelia. Turn left on Hughey Ave. Continue straight. Right after you pass Washington Street, you immediately turn left into the parking area (beneath I-4). You will enter the federal building just off the northeast corner (Huey and Washington).

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Recent Blogs

October 3, 2018

Steps to Take If You Are Facing a Medical Debt Lawsuit

October 3, 2018

Betsy DeVos Loses Lawsuit in Violation of Student Loan Borrower Protections

August 31, 2018

What to Expect When Your Debt Goes to Collection

August 31, 2018

Understanding Florida’s Bankruptcy Exemptions

August 31, 2018

Bankruptcy Booms Among the Elderly

August 31, 2018

Bankruptcy & Divorce: How the Two Are Connected

August 31, 2018

How Long Can a Debt Collector Pursue an Old Debt?

August 31, 2018

What to Expect When Your Debt Goes to Collection

July 18, 2018

New Study Reveals Waiting to File Bankruptcy Can Hurt You

July 18, 2018

What Constitutes Harassment by a Debt Collector?