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Divorce Tag

If you are considering petitioning for a divorce in Florida, there are several things you should keep in mind before hiring an attorney. You can save yourself time and money by staying up-to-date on Florida’s specific divorce procedures and laws. The following list will help you...

Social media has truly taken the world by storm. Nearly everyone loves to read up on all of the latest news and find inspirational tidbits about life from the pages and people that they follow. One particular forum that has become exceedingly popular is Twitter....

Ideally, of course, marriage should be entered into when the couple has gotten a chance to know each other well. Living together for a significant amount of time is sometimes a good idea, as it will expose the couple to the trials / triumphs that the...

There are several considerations that parents must keep in mind when it comes to setting up a visitation schedule for their children. This is a part of the divorce or separation process that has the potential to be very difficult for the entire family. The...

Following a divorce, child custody is usually one of the most divisive issues that parents have to face. Parents may disagree over who deserves custody, what the visitation hours should be, and who should pay child support (as well as how much). Florida state law...

When you said ‘I do’, you never expected to say, “Who gets the kids?” The possibility of marriages transitioning into divorce is a real one as the length of marriages has decreased dramatically in only the past 15 years . Many couples have tried to...

While not the first question that is usually asked, after a while, our clients start to wonder what will happen to certain property when we start to divide the marital estate. One question that a client may ask is "What happens to that luxury vehicle that...

Under certain circumstances (such as a contested divorce), when a client signs on with our firm, we make a few requests of documents from them. These documents are commonly referred to as "Mandatory Disclosures", which the Florida Family Courts may require you to turn over to...