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Tips from a Family Law Attorney About Co-Parenting

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Here are some tips for reducing stress if you are going through a divorce or if you are a divorced parent. Remember that, when the going gets tough, your family law attorney is your strongest ally in co-parenting struggles. Finalize Your Holiday Plans Early As a divorced parent, you simply do not have the… Read More »

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Mediation Can Make Your Divorce Less Expensive and More Peaceful

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In a perfect world, you and your spouse could agree on all the terms of your separation, so that getting divorced would just be a matter of filing forms together and getting a judge to sign off on legally dissolving your marriage. While uncontested divorce works for some couples, it is usually not an… Read More »

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Paternity Fraud: What Are Your Legal Rights?

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Imagine how betrayed you would feel if you suddenly found out that your children were not genetically related to you, even though you had been married to their mother since before they were born. Finding out that your wife cheated on you is bad enough, but the fact that her lies deprived you of… Read More »

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Lump Sum Alimony: A Quick Way to Get Rid of Your Ex

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Unless you are talking about lottery winnings, the phrase “lump sum” usually does not have very good connotations. Collection agencies often try to entice you to get them off your case by paying a lump sum that is less than the amount you originally owed. In other contexts, lump sum is just a euphemism… Read More »

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Is It Fair to Make Former Spouses Pay Permanent Alimony?

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Of all the bills that show up in your mailbox or email inbox, which one ruins your mood the most? Is it the bill from the emergency room visit where you found out two things: first, it was just a bad cold, and second, your high deductible hurts more than you expected it would? … Read More »

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Four Ways to Establish Legal Paternity in Florida

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“Become a father” is not such a strange New Year’s resolution once you know something about Florida law. In Florida, there are four ways that a man can become a child’s legal father. Some of them involve the birth of a new baby, and others do not. Despite the associations you probably have with… Read More »

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The Florida Dad’s Guide to Establishing Legal Paternity

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You have probably met fathers who feel like the family court gave them a raw deal. They might pay a large portion of every paycheck in child support but only spend a few days each month with their children, and only on the days that are most convenient for the children’s mother. The side… Read More »

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Court Decisions About Spousal Support in Florida: Landmark Cases

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Bitter disputes over alimony make for great tabloid headlines to keep you entertained while waiting in the checkout line in the supermarket, but they are not the norm in divorce cases. You might not need to pay any alimony at all. If you and your ex-spouse are both employed and you have minor children,… Read More »

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Your Rights During a Florida Divorce

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Just because your marriage is coming to an end, it doesn’t mean your rights are thrown out the window during the divorce process. Some people find themselves agreeing to proposals just to resolve issues without realizing they have rights that would’ve protected them. Florida law gives no preference to one gender over another; the… Read More »

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What Happens to the Family Home in a Florida Divorce?

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For many couples, the family home is the largest asset they own. It’s understandable that you may be extremely concerned about what happens to your home when you’re going through a divorce in Florida. Disputes over the family home can lead to a seriously contentious divorce. It’s helpful to understand how the Florida divorce… Read More »

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