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Is 2017 The Year You Adopt a Child?
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Category: Adoption

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With a New Year comes new beginnings, and this year you might finally feel that it’s time to start building your family. If you are considering doing this through adoption, you definitely have a lot of things to think about and learn.
 
Needless to say, adoption is a big decision. It is an act that will allow you to experience the joys (and struggles) of being a parent, but… Read More [+]


Reasons You Can (and Can’t) Change Your Child Custody Arrangement
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Category: Child Custody

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When a judge gives you and your ex a child custody arrangement (called “time sharing” in Florida), it may be an arrangement that fits your child’s needs at the time. As all parents know, though, children are always growing and their needs are always changing. Moreover, parental circumstances that may impact time sharing can change as well. A few years down the line, everyone may benefit more from a different… Read More [+]


Reasons You Can (and Can’t) Modify Alimony Payments in Florida
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Category: Alimony

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Making alimony payments to an ex is not exactly how most people want to be spending their hard-earned money – especially if the marriage did not end well. On the other hand, not getting enough alimony may make you feel cheated or wronged.
 
In either situation, you may want to modify or terminate the alimony payments ordered by the state of Florida. Can you do this, though?
 
Yes.… Read More [+]


Is There An Advantage to Filing for Divorce First in Florida?
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Category: Divorce | Family Law

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If you are considering filing for divorce, it may seem like the preparation is as much of a hassle as actually going through the divorce proceedings.
 
Every divorce “expert” (or friend who has been through a divorce) may offer a different piece of advice or cautionary tale about how to prepare yourself, your children, and your finances, for the months ahead. Some of these pieces of advice may come… Read More [+]


How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce in Florida?
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Category: Divorce

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As soon as you and your spouse officially decide to get a divorce, you may feel a lot of things: relief, excitement, loss, confusion. It’s normal for all of these feelings to go through your mind. Here’s one many people experience but few of them talk about, though: impatience.
 
Once you start imagining your post-divorce life and what your future will hold, it can be easy to want that… Read More [+]