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Temporary Custody & Alimony Explained
Temporary Custody & Alimony Explained

If you’re getting a divorce in Florida, reaching a divorce settlement can take months or even years—especially if it makes it all the way to the courtroom. So what if you cannot wait that long to have a judge determine who gets the kids and/or how much money you need for ...

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    • How Equitable Distribution Can Benefit Your Family

      At The Virga Law Firm, P.A. , we want to help you ensure that your familial and financial wellbeing are in place. In the state of Florida, property is ...

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      As many already know, every state has a way of distributing assets for individuals who decide to file for divorce . Florida is known as an equitable ...

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    • Florida Works to Increase Marriage Age to 17

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    • Florida Court Strengthens Power of the Prenup

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    • Can My Spouse Refuse to Move Out During the Divorce?

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    • Understanding Florida Military Divorce

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    • Keep or Sell Your House During Divorce?

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    • Florida Laws about Relocation after Divorce

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