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4 Things You Need to Know about Divorce in Florida
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Category: Divorce | Family Law

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We hear so much about divorce from the media that most people probably already think they know how it works.
 
But several elements of Florida’s divorce laws are not present in the laws of other states. If you’re considering filing for a divorce in the Sunshine State, it’s helpful to learn as much about the process as possible.
 
1. You don’t need grounds for divorce.
 
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Domestic Violence Cases Skyrocket in Florida
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The figures are alarming: within the last five years, there have been more than 25,000 reported cases of domestic violence in Miami-Dade alone. And there’s a good chance that that number doesn’t reflect the problem in its entirety, since many cases go unreported.
 
When talking to reporters from the Miami Herald, Barbara Brewer—a social worker with the local police—described domestic violence in Miami-Dade as a “grave phenomenon” because of… Read More [+]


5 Situations Where You May Need a Family Lawyer
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When most people think about family lawyer or family law, the first thing that pops into their heads is divorce. And that makes sense, because this is definitely one of the most common family situations where you may need experienced legal advice.
 
By divorce is far from the only reason why you might want a family law attorney. But before we get into that, let’s take a moment to… Read More [+]


Should We Divorce? 7 Warning Signs to Look For
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Category: Divorce

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The decision to end a marriage is often one of the hardest choices a couple ever has to make.
 
Getting a divorce can change the world as you know it for you, your spouse, and your family. The process is complex and emotionally taxing, and the end result could be a completely new reality. However, the consequences of staying in an unhealthy relationship may far out-weigh the difficulties of… Read More [+]


When Can Child Support Be Modified In Florida?
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Category: Child Support

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Maybe you lose your job and can’t afford to pay child support at the same level any more. Or you’re receiving child support and you remarry, raising your income level.
 
When unforeseen circumstances arise, it may become necessary to make changes to the child support plan created by the court. Obtaining a child support modification in Florida can be difficult, however, and usually certain criteria must be met… Read More [+]