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How Do Paternity Tests Work?
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Category: Paternity

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As technology has advanced, so has the accuracy of paternity tests. Modern-day paternity tests can determine a child’s biological father with a probability rate of 99.99 percent, which is why families, physicians, and Florida courts turn to such tests to establish paternity.
 
But how exactly do paternity tests work? To answer that question, we must first take a look at DNA.
 
Each human being—with the exception of… Read More [+]


Relocating with Children After Divorce—How Does it Work?
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Category: Divorce

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Relocating is hard enough under any circumstance—renting U-Hauls, changing the kids’ schools, taking care of all the legal documentation. There are whole worlds of things that you have to consider with any major move. When children and ex-spouses are involved, though, things get even more complicated.
 
There are countless reasons why a parent may want to relocate with his or her children following a divorce, and it’s… Read More [+]


Tips for Co-Parenting after Your Divorce
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After going through the stressful and emotionally taxing divorce process, you may feel reluctant to even spend time in the same room as your ex-spouse—let alone form an amicable relationship as co-parents. But as difficult as it may be, it’s essential to put aside relationship issues if you want to provide your children with a stable, healthy, and happy upbringing.
 
 
Establishing a cooperative relationship with your spouse can… Read More [+]


How Does Florida Handle Common Law Marriages?
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In some parts of the country, common law marriages are treated a lot like myths—people have heard of them, but no one is quite sure whether or not they really exist. This confusion is understandable, especially considering the fact that common law marriages are only fully recognized in 10 U.S. states, and partially recognized in only six more.
 
 
While they are not as uncommon as you… Read More [+]


How is Child Support Calculated in Florida?
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The state of Florida takes child welfare extremely seriously. In order to ensure that Florida’s children are kept safe and healthy, the state enforces a rigid set of laws pertaining to children’s wellbeing, including child support laws. Given their importance, Florida’s child support laws need to be as thorough as possible, but unfortunately this also means that they come with a whole lot of information to sort through.
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