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October 9, 2018

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July 31, 2019

Being the Father of a child in Florida means that you have less rights when compared to the Mother. This is the case, where you have a child with a woman and you were not married before the child was born or did not marry the mother after she gave birth.

In Florida, bei...

March 26, 2019

At the heart of every divorce are four issues:

  1. Division of community and/or marital property

  2. Division of debt

  3. Custody of any children

  4. Payment of child and/or spousal support

While every divorce has its disagreements, these disputes do not always hav...

October 17, 2018

There are different types of divorce under Florida law: a simplified dissolution of marriage, and a regular dissolution of marriage (which may be contested or uncontested), both of which are handled by the Florida circuit courts.  To be eligible to obtain either type o...

February 9, 2017

          Title IV-D child support cases are child support cases which are enforced by the Florida Department of Revenue (Department). Typically, the Department gets involved in cases where a custodial parent is receiving public assistance from the State and the non-cu...

December 29, 2016

In Florida, the judge will take into consideration any marital property used for non-marital purposes, including an affair. Where the cheating spouse did not use any marital funds to carry the affair, the affair may not have any impact on a pending divorce.

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