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  • Divorce

    Divorce

    Florida has few requirements for a husband and a wife to petition for a divorce. The law requires that one of the two parties has lived in the state of Florida for at least six months before petitioning for divorce. Grounds for divorce include that...

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  • Paternity

    Paternity

    Paternity is the legal process used to establish. When a couple is not married, the court will not issue orders for child support, timesharing or visitation rights until paternity is established. A child born to a couple during the marriage will...

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  • Child Support

    Child Support

    In Florida, both parents are responsible for the support of their minor children. Child support is a monthly amount of money that a parent is required to pay the other parent for the needs of any child. Child support is for items such as housing,...

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  • Alimony

    Alimony

    Alimony is the most difficult aspect to predict in the divorce process. The judge has wide discretion in granting alimony. Unlike child support , there are no legal guidelines or mathematical formulas that the judge can apply for the calculation of...

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  • Child Custody

    Child Custody

    Any divorce may be difficult and stressful. Divorces involving minor children are almost always emotionally challenging. Commonly a mental health professional is an asset in navigating the difficult time. If one parent alleges that the other parent...

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  • Modification and Enforcement

    Modification and Enforcement

    If your financial and personal circumstances have changed since the signing of the divorce decree or paternity, both the father and the mother may be able to petition the court to modify the original order. The modification may result in an increase...

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  • Relocation

    Relocation

    A parent relocating more than 50 miles for a new job in today's economy has become a common event. Parents may decide to move out of state for another reason, such as finding a place where the cost of living is lower, or special needs children...

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  • Domestic Violence

    Domestic Violence

    Laws against domestic violence in Florida indicate that the petitioner in an action of domestic violence should be a victim or be in imminent danger of becoming a victim of domestic violence. While the definition of domestic violence includes...

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  • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement

    Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement

    Prenuptial agreements are particularly important for those who marry a second or third time, or for those who have acquired assets before the marriage. The law establishes certain requirements that are important to fulfill in order to assure that...

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  • High Asset Divorce

    High Asset Divorce

    The complex divorces are those with high value assets (and debts) or where there is a family business involved. It is important to have access to forensic accountants who can analyze in great detail the value of goods involved and the tax...

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  • Division of Martial Property

    Division of Martial Property

    The Florida statute on equitable distribution, Florida Statute 61.075 provides that the presumption is that each spouse generally is entitled to half of the marital assets and marital debts regardless of fault. However, the financial position of...

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