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We’re Getting a Divorce – How Florida Parents Tell Their Kids
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When you decide to get a divorce, it’s a difficult time for everyone involved – but this is especially true for your children. In fact, breaking the news to your children may be the most difficult conversation you ever have. Most likely they won’t really understand everything that’s happening, and you will want to reassure them in their hurt.
 
How do you do this, though, while still clearly conveying… Read More [+]


Can You Adopt in Florida If You’ve Had a Domestic Violence Charge?
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Adoption is a wonderful way for families to open up their homes to children who need them.
 
In the United States, about 135,000 children are adopted every year, and that number continues to grow despite the often lengthy adoption process. When placing a child in a home, an adoption agency has a number of things to consider to ensure the child will end up in a loving, nurturing, and… Read More [+]


Do You Need a Father’s Rights Lawyer or a Family Lawyer?
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As a father, it’s important to know what your rights are when it comes to your children. In the past, courts have generally sided with the mother on custody issues, but it’s now apparent that an involved father is just as important as a mother.
 
Here in Florida and across the United States, every father has certain rights:
 
A father has the right to be involved in… Read More [+]


How Can Floridians Change Their Divorce Venue?
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When it comes to divorce, there are a number of things you have to consider, and for some couples, the court or venue where the divorce proceedings will take place is one of them.
 
Baseball fans might recognize the name Addison Russell. Russell is a shortstop for the Chicago Cubs and is currently in the process of getting divorced from his wife, Melisa Reidy-Russell.
 
The couple, who had… Read More [+]


Legally Valid Reasons for Not Paying Florida Child Support
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Divorce is messy enough, but when you have kids, there’s a ton of additional things you have to consider.
 
You will need to start thinking about who is going to be the custodial parent, what kind of time-sharing schedule you want, what details will be in your parental plan, and how much child support you’re potentially going to be responsible for every month.
 
When a married couple gets… Read More [+]