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Why You Need to Avoid a “Do It Yourself” Divorce
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 couples to consider alternative divorce options. For example, some spouses turn to mediators while others participate in peaceful ...

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Blog posts in Family Law

  • 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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  • 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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  • Co-Parenting Tips for the Summer

    Now that summer is finally here and the kids are out of school, you and your ex-spouse are likely looking forward to spending some time with them and ...

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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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  • 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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