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Can A Florida Court Reject Your Parenting Plan?

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Getting divorced when you share children can be both stressful and confusing. Under Florida law, when spouses who wish to… Read More »

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How Quickly Can I Get A Divorce In Florida?

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Many people who file for divorce want to get it over with as soon as possible. Unfortunately, a quick divorce… Read More »

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What Happens If I Don’t Respond To Divorce Papers In Florida?

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If your spouse filed for divorce and you are about to be served divorce papers in Florida, you might wonder… Read More »

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Filing for a Florida Divorce: What Documents Do I Need to Collect?

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Getting divorced is an emotionally draining experience. However, what many do not realize is that a divorce case also involves… Read More »

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What Information is Revealed in a Financial Affidavit in Florida?

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Even if you have nothing to hide from your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, the idea of having to disclose your financial information in… Read More »

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How to Avoid Commingling of Assets and Ensure That Your Inheritance Remains Separate Property?

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Under Florida law, any assets acquired by the spouses during the marriage are considered marital property and subject to equitable… Read More »

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How Can I Legally Avoid Paying Child Support in Florida?

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Married parents have a legal obligation to financially support their children until they turn 18. That obligation does not go… Read More »

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How Do I Show an ‘Actual Need’ for Alimony in a Florida Divorce?

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When a marriage comes to an end, a judge may order one spouse to pay alimony – or spousal support… Read More »

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When is Permanent Alimony Awarded in Florida Divorce Cases?

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Alimony, which is often referred to as spousal support, is financial support that one ex-spouse is ordered to pay to… Read More »

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How is Marital Property Split During a Florida Divorce?

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Like most other states, Florida law requires the parties’ marital property to be split in an equitable manner in the… Read More »

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