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Alimony & Gray Divorces
Alimony & Gray Divorces

In the last decade, there has been a substantial increase in the number of “gray divorces being filed by baby boomers nationwide. A gray divorce refers to spouses who decide to get divorced after 20+ years of marriage. While the divorce rate in the United States has declined ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

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    As a Floridian, you know that hurricane season can bring real worries each year. If a bad storm form sin the Gulf of Mexico or off the Atlantic Coast, ...

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  • Balancing Halloween & Custody Schedules for the Recently Divorced

    Holidays are always challenging for recently divorced parents and their children, and Halloween is no exception. While other children are preparing ...

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  • Why You Need to Avoid a “Do It Yourself” Divorce

    Divorce can be an incredibly stressful, expensive, and emotional legal experience. Oftentimes, the looming pressure of courtroom litigation leads ...

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  • Enforcing Your Visitation Rights in Florida

    Before finalizing a divorce, parents in Florida are required to develop and submit a parenting plan to the court. This parenting plan outlines how the ...

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  • The Benefits of a Postnuptial Agreement

    It may surprise you, but many marital troubles and disagreements can be solved by developing and signing an effective postnuptial agreement. To most ...

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  • Modifying Child Support for Military Parents

    Divorce can be an exceptionally complicated legal process for both active duty and reserve servicemembers. This is particularly true in matters ...

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  • Establishing Paternity in Florida

    In Florida, many men find it difficult to establish their parental rights because there is a distinction between a “biological father” and a “legal ...

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  • Challenging Domestic Violence Charges in Florida

    Courts issue over 1 million restraining orders each year. Unfortunately, it’s estimated that 700,000 of these restraining orders are issued due to ...

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  • Can I Modify My Alimony Payments?

    Life does not stay the same forever and, therefore, neither should your alimony payments. The court understands this and provides a way for an ...

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