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What Happens After A Divorce Is Finalized?

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In Florida, when a judge issues a divorce decree, the process is officially finalized and the couple can begin the transition to post-divorce life. Basically, couples will need to abide by the courts’ orders regarding property division, alimony, and child custody or support, all of which will be contained in the decree. While it… Read More »

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Do I Need A Parenting Plan?

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A parenting plan is a type of court-approved document that outlines the parenting duties and time-sharing schedule of parents who share a child and decide to separate or divorce. Even when two spouses agree on these issues, they still need to record the agreement in a parenting plan and once it is finalized, must… Read More »

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The Consequences Of Hiding Assets During Divorce

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Divorce can be a difficult experience that, unfortunately, often brings out the worst in the parties involved. One of the ways this happens is when one spouse tries to hide assets from the other. Hiding assets in a divorce can result in serious legal consequences, including fines, court sanctions, and even jail time. Hiding… Read More »

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How To Calculate Child Support In Florida

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Ending a marriage is a painful and difficult time and things can become even more complicated when there are children involved. One of the most contentious issues that parents face when divorcing is how responsibility for the financial support of their children will be shared. Fortunately, Florida uses a specific set of guidelines when… Read More »

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Should I Stay In The Family Home During Divorce?

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When a couple decides to divorce, they will need to make a number of difficult decisions, including where they will live during the divorce. Some couples, for instance, opt to stay in the family home temporarily until the divorce is finalized, while some decide to find a new place to live. Ultimately, what is… Read More »

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Enforcing An Out-Of-State Restraining Order In Florida

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In Florida, restraining orders, or protective injunctions offer legal protection for victims of domestic violence. These are court orders, which means that they are enforceable by a judge and failing to comply with their terms can result in severe penalties. Fortunately, this is true regardless of whether a domestic violence injunction was issued in… Read More »

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Florida Governor Vetoes Alimony Reform Bill

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Recently, Governor Ron DeSantis defied attempts to overhaul Florida’s alimony laws by vetoing a reform package that was passed by both the House of Representatives and the Senate. The governor’s veto marks the third time that attempts to reform the alimony system in Florida have failed in the last ten years. If passed, the… Read More »

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What Kinds Of Financial Disclosures Do I Have To Make During Divorce?

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Divorcing spouses are usually required to compile a lot of information about their finances and then disclose those details to each other. This information will then be used to resolve issues, like alimony, property division, and child support. Unfortunately, providing this kind of exhaustive financial information can be complicated, especially without the aid of… Read More »

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Creating A Parenting Plan For An Infant

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Developing a parenting plan can be complicated, regardless of the age of the children involved. Couples who have decided to separate and whose child is still an infant, however, tend to face even more challenges when it comes to co-parenting. Both parents will likely want to take an active role in raising the child,… Read More »

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The 5 Types Of Protective Injunctions In Florida

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In Florida, individuals who have experienced abuse at the hands of a current or former partner, relative, or other household member, or who are in fear of becoming the victim of such abuse can seek protection through an injunction. Florida actually offers five different types of injunctions and which one a person seeks will… Read More »

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