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When Divorce Gets Violent
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We all know that divorce is no easy thing. Leaving someone that you may have been with for years – that you may have had children with – often involves intense emotions and drama. And when the procedure is stretched out over a long period of time, it just gets worse. In some cases, divorce can even turn violent.
 
In early July of this year, Karen McMahan, 65, of… Read More [+]


8 Reasons You May Need a Family Lawyer after Your Divorce
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After you sign the final divorce papers, you may feel free. You may think that you’ll never have to step into a courtroom or attorney’s office again to deal with your ex.
 
But I wouldn’t delete your lawyer’s number out of your phone just yet.
 
As your family or financial situation changes, your children grow, or you find a new spouse, you may find yourself adjusting past legal… Read More [+]


How Does Florida View Property in Divorce Proceedings?
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Divorce is more than just separating from your spouse – you have to find a way to split apart your entire life, including your home, property, and other assets. If you and your spouse were married for a long time, it can be hard to even tell what you owned before you were married and who owns what property.
 
So how do you do it? When you get divorced… Read More [+]


What Factors Determine Child Custody in Florida?
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Category: Child Custody

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Child custody is called “time sharing” in Florida. Dividing time sharing responsibilities is one of the most stressful parts of a divorce. Both parents want to see their child succeed, but also want to spend a fair amount of time with the child and be involved in the child’s decisions.
 
Florida’s View on Time Sharing
 
Florida’s judges determine time sharing responsibilities based on keeping the best interests of… Read More [+]


5 Tips for Filling Out a Parenting Plan
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Category: Child Custody | Divorce

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When you file for divorce and have children, you will have to fill out a parenting plan that will list your intentions regarding dividing duties, time sharing responsibilities, and child support payments for each spouse. Florida encourages joint custody, and parenting plans have to be filled out by both parties and signed under the witness of a notary public or deputy clerk.
 
Filing a parenting plan will help you… Read More [+]