Attorney Barry Ansbacher Featured in First Coast News Story

Attorney Barry Ansbacher of Ansbacher Law was recently featured in a First Coast News story regarding a family who has been told by code enforcement that they have two weeks to close their salon or they will face a fine of $250 per day, despite being told that under the Florida Occupational Freedom and Opportunity Act, they should be allowed to run their business out of their home. Click here to read the story and to learn more about why Attorney Ansbacher believes they have a right to appeal.

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