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Collaborative Divorce in Florida

Collaborative Divorce in Florida

When people think about divorce, they think of lengthy and messy court battles. However, many divorcing couples nowadays are able to settle their divorce matters without going to court. If you are about to get a divorce, you should know that you have the option of...

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Differentiating Between Divorce and Annulment

Differentiating Between Divorce and Annulment

In Florida, there are two main ways of ending a marriage — divorce and annulment. But, while both a divorce and an annulment can end a marriage, the two processes are very different. Therefore, it is crucial for those seeking to end their marriage to understand the...

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What You Need to Look For in an Adoption Attorney

What You Need to Look For in an Adoption Attorney

For many people, bringing a new child home is one of the best things in the world. Whether it is a biological child or an adopted child, it feels great to bring home a new child. With that said, it is crucial for you, as an individual who has decided to expand your...

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Can a Man Get Alimony in Florida?

Can a Man Get Alimony in Florida?

Traditionally, women have received spousal support more than men. Because of that, many people assume that alimony is a payment made to ex-wives by divorced men to support them financially. Despite popular belief, men have just as much right to spousal support as...

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How Long Will My Florida Divorce Take?

How Long Will My Florida Divorce Take?

According to the American Psychological Association website, marriage and divorce are common experiences in the United States. The APA claims that about 40 or 50% of married couples in the U.S. divorce. As much as every married couple would wish for their marriage to...

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Florida’s Parental Relocation Laws

Florida’s Parental Relocation Laws

Often after divorce, people decide to move for various reasons. For example, some move because of new jobs, while others move to be with new partners. But, what happens when children are involved? Can a parent freely relocate with their child whenever they want to...

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