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Resolving Visitation And Timesharing Matters In A Collaborative Environment

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Often, people assume that all visitation and timesharing cases go to trial. This is far from the truth. Many parental… Read More »

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How Do I Establish Paternity In Florida?

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It is very important to establish the paternity of a child for several reasons. For example, a court cannot require… Read More »

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What Is The Process For Terminating Parental Rights In Florida?

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Unfortunately, some parents will end up having their parental rights terminated if a court determines that it would be in… Read More »

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My Child’s Parent Refuses To Honor My Visitation Order. What Happens Now?

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Oftentimes, a parent may choose to withhold child visitation with the other parent. This article will discuss what one parent… Read More »

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8 Mistakes Parents Make In Child Custody Cases

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Child custody cases are often contentious. Judges are consistently reviewing evidence to determine which parent should be awarded custody, based… Read More »

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What Is Financial Abuse?

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Financial abuse occurs in about 98% of abusive relationships. Unfortunately, about 78% of Americans do not recognize financial abuse as… Read More »

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If I Decide To Quit My Job, Do I Still Have To Pay Child Support?

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It is inevitable that some parents will choose to quit their jobs from time to time. However, how does this… Read More »

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Social Media And Divorce Cases

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The following article will discuss the role that social media plays in divorce cases and will provide some helpful tips… Read More »

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What Is Considered A ‘Substantial Change In Circumstances’ In Florida Family Law Cases?

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Florida law allows former spouses to modify court orders stemming from their divorce as long as they can prove a… Read More »

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How To Prove Income For Child Support And Alimony In Florida

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When getting divorced, both partners are required to provide their financial information to ensure that the court can award an… Read More »

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