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Is it Legal to Have a Nanny Cam in Florida?

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With more and more parents working outside the home, more children are being cared for by outside people, like a nanny. It’s understandable that any parent would have concerns over how their child is being treated when they are away. The answer to many people’s concerns is the nanny camera, known as a nanny… Read More »

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Reasons Your Florida Prenuptial Agreement Might be Invalid

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Prenuptial agreements can be a useful tool for couples when contemplating marriage, provided they are enforceable. They can establish financial rights and protect assets and businesses, but if they are not done correctly, you could find that what you thought was protected in case of divorce is now completely vulnerable. If you plan to… Read More »

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How a Florida Divorce can Affect an Adoption

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Divorce is a stressful and emotional experience for all parties involved, but it can be even more stressful when there is an adopted child in the mix. Some adoptive parents wonder how divorce will affect the adoption. Depending on the circumstances and where you are in the adoption process, a divorce could have major… Read More »

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What Constitutes Child Neglect in Florida

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You might wrongly assume that child neglect is not as bad as child abuse, but the fact is, neglect is one type of child abuse. Florida Statutes Title XLVI Chapter 827.03(e) defines neglect as: When a caregiver fails or omits to give a child the necessary supervision, care, and services needed to maintain the… Read More »

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Is Palimony Allowed in Florida?

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Palimony is not recognized in the state of Florida. Some people confuse palimony with alimony, which is allowed. Palimony is essentially the support payments made to unmarried couples who were cohabitating. This means you do not have legal grounds to sue your ex-partner in Family Court for financial support if you were not legally… Read More »

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Rights of Unmarried Couples in Florida

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While some people decide to marry in their relationship, other couples decide marriage is not the right path for them. Unfortunately, this means they also have very few rights in Florida, unless they have children together. In previous times, one of the main reasons couples did not marry is because they were same-sex couples… Read More »

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Tips for Creating an Effective Parenting Plan

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Couples going through a divorce need to set up a comprehensive parenting plan right from the start. It’s best to try and come to an agreement on this before things get more complicated and potentially ugly as you argue over assets and other financial details. Your children should be the number one priority, and… Read More »

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Post Florida Divorce Checklist

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Your Florida divorce has been finalized, so now it’s time to take a deep breath and relax, right? The hard part is over, but it’s also important to ensure you tie up loose ends so you can completely move on and start a new chapter in your life. Some details may require assistance from… Read More »

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What is Considered Parental Kidnapping in Florida?

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The term parental kidnapping seems like it could be an oxymoron, but it is a real issue some parents have to contend with during a divorce or other related family law matter. While some parents do intentionally take their child without permission, there are other situations where one parent might be confused about visitation… Read More »

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Changing Your Name after a Divorce in Florida

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If you are preparing to file for divorce or are currently in a pending one, you might be wondering about the process for changing your name back after it is finalized. Here’s a look at the process in Florida for changing your name after a divorce. Documents Needed You’ll want to start by collecting… Read More »

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