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Archive for the ‘Divorce’ Category

Why January is “Divorce Month”

New Year, New You? January has become known as “divorce month”. Not only do the number of divorces nationwide […]

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How to Properly Serve Divorce Papers in Florida

When any civil lawsuit is filed in Florida, the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure dictate how the papers […]

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PROBLEMS FACE DIVORCING LGBTQ COUPLES

  PROBLEMS FACE DIVORCING LGBTQ COUPLES.  Do LGBTQ couples face unusual problems in divorce? Now that LGBTQ marriages […]

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Paternity – A Father Has No Rights When the Mother is Married

A recent paternity case in Florida involved a young man who discovered his girlfriend was pregnant. In preparation […]

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What are the pros and cons of settling out of court?

You’re involved in a legal dispute, perhaps even a civil lawsuit. Why settle out of court? What are […]

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DIVORCE AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

If there are mental health issues involved with divorce, it’s important to know the whole story before calling […]

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The Difference Between Shared Parenting and Joint Custody

As you probably know by now, Florida law has done away with the terms “child custody”, “custodial parent”, […]

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Divorce During the Holidays – Good or Bad Idea?

The holidays are upon us once again. If you’ve been living with an unhappy marriage and thinking about […]

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Social Media Post Could Hurt Your Case

Careful, that Social Media Post Could be Used Against You in Your Divorce August 9, 2016 “Anything you […]

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EARLY MEDIATION ASSISTS IN EARLY DIVORCE SETTLEMENTS

One issue that arises frequently is that divorce and other family law cases, if they are contested, can […]

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Should You Consider Using a Guardian Ad Litem in Your Case

If both sides don’t agree to appointment of a GAL, one parent/attorney can file a motion for appointment […]

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International Child Abductions

If you are planning to get a divorce from a spouse with international connections, you may be worried […]

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New Process for Divorcing Couples Made Law – the Collaborative Divorce

On April 24, 2016, Governor Rick Scott signed into law SB 972/HB 967, the Collaborative Law Process Act, […]

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5 Things Clients Do to Hurt Their Divorce Case

Whether you or your spouse have filed for divorce, you’re contemplating a divorce, or you’re in the midst […]

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FLORIDA DIVORCE LAW – ALL IN ONE SOURCE

Florida Divorce Laws Here you will find an overview of Florida divorce laws. From the time the Petitioner […]

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