Archive for March, 2017

5 Ways That Paternity Can Be Established in Florida
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Category: Paternity


As the father of a child or children, you have a lot of responsibilities. The emotional and mental labor that comes with being a parent makes it one of the hardest jobs in the world. And while this job can be done without any official documents or signatures to prove your connection to your child, it is understandable if a man wants to establish paternity and claim the right to… Read More [+]

6 Steps to Escaping a Violent Relationship in Florida
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No relationship is easy. Every couple goes through struggles, and can be overwhelmed by passion. Everyone who has been in a relationship has said and done things that they wish they could take back.
There is a difference, however, between the normal ups and downs of a relationship and a relationship stained by violence. If you find yourself in a violent relationship, and are looking for ways to leave,… Read More [+]

Alimony Reform Will Be Heard By State Lawmakers… Again
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Category: Alimony


It seems like only yesterday that Governor Rick Scott vetoed an alimony reform bill, but Florida lawmakers are once again about to debate the issue. Why? Because a new bill has appeared.
What exactly is in this new alimony reform bill? Let’s dive into the details.
SB412 and HB283 and the Recent History of Florida Alimony Reform
The new proposal will be filed as SB412 and HB283.… Read More [+]

10 Surprising Statistics about Divorce
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Category: Divorce


Do you have friends or family who have been through a divorce? We all do. We’ve also all probably heard the statistic that 50% of marriages end in divorce.
What you may not know is that a lot of “common knowledge” and “facts” about divorce just aren’t true. Want to cut through the misconceptions and myths? Check out these surprising statistics about divorce and marriage.
Real Divorce Facts… Read More [+]