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6 Things to Consider When Looking for a Family Lawyer
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The clients that family lawyers represent are usually trying to reshape their lives or hold onto custody of their children. No matter what situation the family is in, this is a big job.
 
But just as family lawyers have a big task ahead of them, you as the client also have a momentous undertaking: choosing which lawyer to represent you. Different attorneys offer different advantages and disadvantages, including their… Read More [+]


6 Tips for Making Joint Custody Work in Florida
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Category: Child Custody

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Florida prefers to award joint, or shared, custody during a divorce settlement. So even if you still have strong negative feelings about your ex, you will likely still have to see and interact with them when you drop off or pick up your child throughout the year.
 
Sharing custody isn’t always easy, but we have a few tips on how to make it work and ensure your child’s health… Read More [+]


4 Ways to Move On After a Divorce
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When someone gets divorced, they may feel the excitement of living a new, independent life. Or they might feel the sadness of ending a life with their partner. Or some combination of the two.
 
Divorce is a big change, and any emotion you feel related to it is valid. But negative emotions from your divorce can have prolonged damaging effects on your overall health and life. Use these tips… Read More [+]


Florida Domestic Violence Penalties Affect You and Your Family
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Being accused of any crime may create an uncomfortable tension between you and the members of your family. But being charged or convicted of domestic violence threatens to break those ties altogether.
 
Florida takes domestic violence cases very seriously. If you are arrested for domestic violence, you will not be able to post bond and be released from jail until you appear before a judge. And as a condition… Read More [+]


How Establishing Paternity Can Get You Child Support
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Providing for your child is hard enough, but providing for your child as a single mother is especially difficult.
 
Even if you were never married to the father of your child and his name is not present on your child’s birth certificate, there is a way to hold him responsible and get him to provide for his son or daughter: child support.
 
Of course, child support only comes… Read More [+]