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After Mom’s DUI, Dad Wins Custody of Daughter, Sons’ Remains
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Category: Child Custody

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All too often, we are reminded that drinking and driving poses a serious risk to our safety, the safety of our loved ones, and the safety of everyone else on the road. A recent tragedy from Yulee also shows how quickly drinking and driving can rock our worlds as a parent, especially a parent fighting for child custody.
 
Tonya Capallia-Eason was at a child’s Halloween party and had a few… Read More [+]


Does Florida Let You Sue Your Ex’s Employer for Child Support?
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Category: Child Support

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When a Florida judge is calculating how much child support a non-custodial parent will pay, they are looking mainly at that parent’s income and assets. How much support can the non-custodial parent provide for their child without struggling month-to-month to feed themselves?
 
So what happens when that information is made unavailable? Or when it is inaccurate? What if your ex’s employer is actually helping them to hide their income?… Read More [+]


9 Tips for Preparing Your House for a Home Study
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Category: Adoption | Family Law

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Applying and preparing for adoption is often one of the most stressful processes you can go through. It may seem like there is hoop after hoop to jump through before you can finally be a parent.
 
One of those “hoops” is a home study. The gist of a home study is that you are visited by a social worker and give them a tour of your home.
 
Why… Read More [+]


Are Divorce Records Public in Florida?
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Divorce can be messy, especially if each party is fighting for different parts of a shared estate, or if there is a battle over alimony, child support, or child custody. When the final ruling is made, each party may feel like everything is finished and the entire situation is behind them. But in some cases, the ability of others to access your divorce records could affect each party for years… Read More [+]


3 Family Legal Matters Impacted by Domestic Violence
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and as October is winding down, we want to talk about an issue that affects all areas of family life and family law: domestic violence.
 
Domestic violence takes the lives of thousands of women each year – a majority of whom were trying to leave (or had already left) their relationship. Worse, 92% of domestic violence cases in Central Florida are dropped by… Read More [+]