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How to Prevent Your Ex from Getting Sole Custody in Florida
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Category: Child Custody

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Divorce on its own is hard enough, but when you add children into the mix, divorce proceedings can get far more stressful, emotional, and complicated.
 
We all want to do what’s best for our children. Sometimes, however, what one parent thinks is best isn’t what the Florida courts will think is best.
 
In our state, when it comes to child custody – now referred to as “time… Read More [+]


What Floridians Can Do about Paternity Fraud
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Having a child is generally one of the most momentous and exciting occasions in your life, but for some fathers, it can be an ongoing nightmare.
 
Paternity fraud is a devastating problem in Florida family courts. Thousands of fathers and children are affected by paternity fraud and end up as innocent victims. How does this happen and, if you are a victim, what can you do to fight… Read More [+]


Can You Divorce Right After Moving to Florida?
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Category: Divorce | Uncategorized

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Did you know that it’s a whole lot easier to get married in Florida than it is to get divorced?
 
Let’s compare and contrast both the marriage and divorce requirements in our state.
 
Florida Marriage Requirements
 
Florida is a beautiful place to get married, and our weather allows for year-round weddings regardless of whether you’re a Florida resident or not.
 
That’s the first thing you… Read More [+]


How Florida Family Law Clinic Can Help Hillsborough Families
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Nothing is as important as the wellbeing of your family, which often means that family law cases are high-stakes and emotionally charged. Competent, compassionate legal representation is paramount in family law, but many families are reluctant to seek legal counsel for fear of unaffordable attorney’s fees. This is compounded by the fact that divorce and other life-changing events that require the help of a family lawyer often present a significant… Read More [+]


How Long Does It Take to Adopt in Florida?
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Category: Adoption

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Adoption is a wonderful opportunity to grow your family and open your heart and your home to a child who is looking for their life to be changed.
 
It’s probably overwhelming, though, to think about the overall adoption process.
 
The entire process – from making the decision you want to adopt to getting matched with a child – can usually be completed in eight to nine months.… Read More [+]