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TIPS FOR YOUR UPCOMING MEDIATION

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Mediation has been set in your matter. Mediation is a process by which you and the other side will attempt to come to a resolution on some or all of the issues to either avoid going to court or narrowing down the issues for the court.  In an in person mediation, you and your attorney are in one room…

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Our Divorce Philosophy

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“Personal growth,” “well-being”, “self-discovery” none of these are words you would associate with any legal process, let alone divorce, but it can be with a slight perspective shift.  A relative newcomer to divorce law, I am increasingly frustrated with the encounters I have had and the way the legal professionals are not being accountable to the role they play…

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Important Changes to DCF Adoption Forms in Florida

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For years, the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) has been using an antiquated form in certain adoption cases that goes against Florida statute and puts prospective adoptive parents in a difficult position. In cases involving dependency (child neglect or abuse), DCF was having prospective parents sign a form that consented to: Not filing an adoption petition without…

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Waiting or Not Waiting to File For Divorce

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We often get calls from Potential clients who retain us, and then call back and decide they are going to try to work on the marriage, instead of filing divorce.  While we support making a well-thought out decision, when it comes to ending a marriage, its important to understand the legal implications of waiting to file a dissolution of…

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Child Custody for Summer Break

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The spring of 2020 went differently than anyone expected. Schools were closed, and parents had to juggle homeschooling, watching their children, and work all at the same time. This was particularly hard for many parents who share custody of their children, as many questions and concerns arose regarding health risks of shared custody, as well as scheduling conflicts. Now,…

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Will the COVID-19 Crisis Delay Your Divorce Case?

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Once you file for divorce, it is natural to want the process to go as smoothly and quickly as possible. However, much of life has been put on hold in recent weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related state closures. While Florida courts have remained open to hear essential cases, divorce is not considered to be a critical…

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Your Ability to Pay Can Impact Alimony Orders

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Alimony is an often contentious and misunderstood aspect of divorce cases. Many people think that spouses who seek alimony are being greedy and trying to ruin their spouses financially. This should not be the case, as alimony orders in Florida should be fair for both spouses. Your ability to pay alimony should be an important factor in whether you…

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Can You Get Your Child Support Order Modified?

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When a court issues an order for you to pay child support, it is critical to comply with the order. If you do not pay support as ordered – for whatever reason – you can face serious penalties. However, there might come a time when you can no longer provide the amount of support initially ordered, so you might…

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Who Gets the Family Home in a Florida Divorce?

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Many married couples spend years creating a home for their family. If a marriage ends in divorce, who gets to keep the family home? The house might be important to both spouses, so how do you determine what happens to this property? This can be a contentious issue in divorces, and it is critical to have the help of…

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Dealing with Divorce During the Holidays

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Many people face the winter holiday season in the midst of a divorce case. If you are in this situation, you might not be feeling the joy and cheer of the season, but might instead be wondering how you will adjust and cope. The following are some tips for how to get through the holidays during the divorce process….

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