Archive for April, 2016

When Can I Get an Annulment in Florida?
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Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney. Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra. Britney Spears and her childhood friend Jason Alexander. Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. What do they all have in common?
They have all gotten an annulment.
You’ve heard of annulments, and may have even seen them depicted in movies and TV shows. But what exactly are they?
What they aren’t is a divorce. While an annulment… Read More [+]

FAQs About Divorce in Florida
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Category: Divorce


When people get married, even if they think a divorce is possible, they most likely don’t think it will happen to them. Then, that unlikely possibility comes true somewhere down the line and confusion sets in.
If this sounds like you, you might be asking yourself tons of questions: What went wrong? Could I have done something to prevent this? Why didn’t I see it coming? And, more importantly,… Read More [+]

How Florida Calculates Child Support
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Going through a divorce is hard enough, but if a couple has children, a divorce may get even more difficult depending on how agreeable the parents can be.
When it comes to children, parents have to make big decisions regarding child custody – called time-sharing here in Florida – and then they have to see what the court decides about providing child support.
Parents are required to… Read More [+]

How to File for SSDI After an Orthopedic Injury?
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Category: Uncategorized

What will happen if you suddenly got into an accident that leaves you with permanent injuries and rendering you unable to work? This is a common fear, especially among those who have young children to support. If you suddenly find yourself in this devastating situation, you are probably wondering if there is any way you can claim Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits that can sustain you and your family.… Read More [+]

How to Protect Your Child During a Custody Dispute
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Going through a divorce is difficult on everyone. But at least adults understand what’s going on. It may take time, but we can bounce back. Children, on the other hand, are especially vulnerable during this time.
Your child’s entire world is being altered. And even though they may not voice their fears or concerns, they may be confused, scared, and unsure of what’s going to happen to them. That’s… Read More [+]