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The Role of a Magistrate in Your Divorce Case
The Role of a Magistrate in Your Divorce Case

Most judges’ dockets are quite congested. In an effort to expedite the resolutions of the thousands of cases filed each year, cases are often referred to general magistrates. In a Florida divorce , modification , or paternity case, there may be times the case can be referred ...

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  • Divorce Timeline

    Divorce can be one of the most emotionally overwhelming experiences of a person’s life. Since Florida family courts and related divorce statutes ...

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  • How the Tax Plan Will Affect Alimony

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  • Common Mistakes That Make Divorce More Costly

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  • Florida Works to Increase Marriage Age to 17

    On March 9 th , the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill, 109-1, banning marriage to those under the age of 17. With Governor Scott’s ...

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  • Relocating After Filing for a Divorce

    Life is never static and it would be impractical to expect it to remain the same. Changes can occur unprompted and at any given moment, even if you ...

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  • The Role of Adultery in Your Divorce

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  • Claiming Children for Tax Purposes in Divorce & Paternity Cases

    While parenthood has many benefits, children can be very expensive. Thankfully, I.R.S. rules allow parents to claim their children as dependents and ...

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  • A Brief Guide to Adopting Your New Spouse's Children

    When you get married, any children your spouse may have are not automatically your children. While you may gain the responsibility to support and care ...

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  • How is Military Divorce Different from Regular Divorce?

    There are nearly 1.1 million active-duty members of the United States military, so it should come to reason that it’s not impossible for any of them ...

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