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How Does Leaving Florida Affect Divorce Proceedings?
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Category: Divorce | Uncategorized

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After a divorce, it is normal to want to move far away from your ex. If you are leaving your home, you may want to relocate to another county – or even another state.
 
Unfortunately, the divorce process can take many months, and having shared assets or children can make the process very complicated. What are your options? Can you move during divorce proceedings? Can you take your children?… Read More [+]


Florida Often Lets Domestic Violence Abusers Keep Guns
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Once someone is accused and charged with domestic violence, they may face consequences like jail time, losing custody of their children, and any restrictions attached to the victim taking a restraining order out against them – including not being able to possess firearms. These penalties are harsh, but they have been put in place to protect victims from repeat offenders.
 
In Florida, though, these rules aren’t always enforced –… Read More [+]


How Are Florida Child Support Payments Made?
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Category: Child Support

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If you are a parent going through a divorce, the way you care for your children could drastically change. Rather than living in the same house with them, it is possible that you may only have visitation rights. Or watch them on weekends.
 
One of the bigger changes you may have to endure is paying your ex child support so that he or she can afford to care for… Read More [+]


6 Benefits of Joint Custody in Florida
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Category: Child Custody

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When you divorce your spouse, having to continue seeing them regularly is probably the last thing you want to do. If you have children together, though, you have to look past your own desires to think about what is best for them.
 
Beyond this, even if you do not want to share custody, the reality is that you will most likely have to. The state of Florida believes that… Read More [+]


Florida Bill Promises Childcare Option for Struggling Families
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Category: Childcare | Family Law

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Every parent goes through hard times. Maybe you come down with a serious illness. Or you lose your job and your housing. Or perhaps you end up in the hospital for a lengthy stay.
 
Usually, all this means is that the other parent has to take over for a while. However, if you are raising your child all by yourself, the situation becomes much more complicated.
 
Your child… Read More [+]