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What is the Law as to Annulment in the State of Florida?

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 17:00:50 +0000

When two people are getting married, the excitement of planning and celebrating the upcoming matrimonial bliss is the focal point, but in actually, it is really two people entering into a legal binding contract.  In order for the contract to be valid, there are certain requirements that have to be met.  Parties have to come […]

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My spouse and I underwent In Vitro Fertilization. We are getting divorced. What Happens to the Embryos From a Legal Standpoint?

Mon, 05 Feb 2018 15:00:17 +0000

Many couples dream of having a child to add to the love and home that they are starting to build. In some heart breaking instances, couples experience trouble conceiving a child, and seek out medical help to become pregnant and look to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) as a way to make that dream a reality. […]

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I got a letter that I have to pay child support, but I never went to Court. What Should I Do?

Wed, 31 Jan 2018 11:00:59 +0000

The short answer, yes, this happens all of the time and you should get a Florida Family Law attorney to review the documents and represent you to protect your legal rights. In Florida, historically, when a parent is looking to collect child support from another parent, they go to court, the judge determines whether the […]

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What is the Required Financial Disclosure for a Florida Family Law Case?

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 18:30:31 +0000

When you file for divorce, paternity, or are involved in a dispute regarding your children with your former partner in the State of Florida, there are requirements that both parties exchange financial information.  Under the Florida Family Rules of Procedure, specifically Rule 12.285, when a family law matter is filed in circuit court, then the […]

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What Components of Income are Included in Calculating Alimony and Child Support Payable by a Service Member?

Sat, 30 Dec 2017 15:00:00 +0000

In the State of Florida, one of the most unique issues in a military divorce is the calculation of alimony and child support based on the income of the parties.  When one spouse is OR both spouses are employed as service members, it is important to recognize that aspects of income, some not even taxable […]

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Who is Legally Presumed and Determined to be the Father of a Child? Florida Family Law

Tue, 26 Dec 2017 11:00:05 +0000

Picture this…you and your girlfriend recently found out that you are having a baby. Not only that, you also find out that your girlfriend is not technically divorced from her husband. Does that cause problems for you as a unmarried father? In Florida, the answer is clearly “YES.” In Florida, the paternity law is clear […]

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Does It Matter Which Party – Spouse Files First in a Florida Divorce Case?

Fri, 01 Dec 2017 15:00:13 +0000

Breaking up is hard to do. Sometimes, one person finds out that another has been unfaithful, or another person may just be out of love, and a Florida divorce can come as a surprise or without very much warning. But for most when a marriage is on the rocks, both parties may be considering filing […]

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What are the Tax Implications of a Florida Divorce? Proposed Tax Reforms and Alimony

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 13:00:27 +0000

When couples divorce in the State of Florida, one consideration is will there be alimony and if so, how much for how long? Alimony comes in different shapes and sizes, but one aspect has consistent: the spouse that pays the alimony is allowed to reduce his or her payments from the gross income in the […]

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Can I Get Divorced in Florida if I Have Been Stationed Here for Military Duty?

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 15:00:54 +0000

Getting divorced creates a myriad of obstacles, but one of the biggest issues for military families is the question of “what state am I supposed to get divorced in?”  In the State of Florida, the court requires that a party live in the state for at least six months prior to filing for divorce.  This […]

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How Can I Communicate Better with My Co-Parent? Florida Family Law

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 14:00:07 +0000

Unfortunately, divorce has become a common reality in our society and in the State of Florida, and it has far reaching impacts for individuals, couples, and their children. Twenty percent of divorces are highly contested, causing courts to label these cases as “high conflict,” meaning that there is a troubling trend in communication style between […]

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