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Monthly Archives: March 2023


Florida Child Support FAQs

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When two parents decide to separate or divorce, one of the most important issues they must resolve is who will be responsible for child support and in what amount. To give you a better understanding of what you could be dealing with in your own divorce proceedings, we’ve included answers to some of the… Read More »

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Privacy And Divorce In Florida

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In Florida, divorce records are available to the public, which means that to look at someone’s divorce decree, all a person needs to do is request a copy of the records from the court clerk in the county where the divorce was finalized. Many records can even be virtually requested online. Divorce records can… Read More »

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Trading Assets During Divorce

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Dividing the assets acquired during a marriage often ends up being one of the more difficult aspects of divorce. Fortunately, it is often possible to work through this issue, with both parties agreeing to give up certain assets in exchange for others. To learn more about trading assets and whether it could be an… Read More »

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Including Third Party Visitation In Your Parenting Plan

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Parenting plans are detailed documents that dictate how much time each parent spends with his or her child, as well as how responsibility for childcare-related decision making will be shared. When drafting these plans, parents should be sure to include a detailed time-sharing schedule that covers not only which days a parent will have… Read More »

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What Is Lump-Sum Alimony?

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When couples get divorced, they have to deal with a number of different issues before a court will actually legally end their marriage, one of which is alimony. Alimony, or spousal maintenance, is a type of financial award, in which one former spouse makes payments to a lesser earning spouse upon divorce. The amount,… Read More »

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