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What a Family Lawyer Can Do for You
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When we see lawyers on television or in movies, typically they are handling criminal cases – either prosecuting “bad guys” or defending people who have been wrongfully accused. Because of this, that is what we picture when we think of a lawyer. However, there are all different types of lawyers out there, and they can assist you with a wide variety of legal problems.
 
If you want to draw… Read More [+]


Divorce and Parental Responsibility in Florida
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Category: Child Custody | Divorce

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Divorces are hard on everyone involved. Your marriage is ending. Your life is changing. And you very well may have to start from scratch on a number of different things. But in time, you will be able to move on and adjust to all the changes.
 
If you have children, however, a divorce becomes extra complicated. Divorces can be especially hard on children. Not only are their parents splitting… Read More [+]


Spousal Support: Understanding Alimony in Florida
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Category: Alimony | Divorce

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Divorces are stressful and emotional for everyone involved. They can also be expensive, leaving you even more stressed due to financial woes.
 
Why? Because a marriage is made up of two people who each contribute to their joint household and lifestyle. When a couple gets divorced, that contribution goes down by one whole person. This often leads to a lower standard of living because there is less income… Read More [+]


New Project Protects Children from Domestic Violence
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Did you know that only about 50 percent of domestic violence offenses are reported to law enforcement? Keep that in mind when reading the following statistic.
 
According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement statistics, there were over 100,000 domestic violence offenses committed in the state of Florida in 2014.
 
If you believe the 50 percent rule, that means those 100,000 offenses only account for about half… Read More [+]


A Guide to Child Support in Florida
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Category: Child Support

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In Florida, both parents are legally obligated to financially support their minor child—even if they are no longer married to each other, or were never married in the first place.
 
Child support is meant to cover the cost of a child’s upbringing, as well as basic necessities like food, clothing, and shelter. It also allows the child to benefit and share in the wealth of both parents. Under Florida… Read More [+]