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Monthly Archives: February 2020

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How Parental Alienation Can Cost You Custody in Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

As attorneys who work with a number of clients on time-sharing and fathers’ rights issues here in Florida, parental alienation is one of the hardest issues we face in the field of family law because of how difficult it can not only be on parents, but also on their children.  For whatever reason, when… Read More »

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Taking Control of Your Money Before, During, And After Divorce

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

There is no question that finances after divorce are a concern for a number of individuals who are considering going through it. Some may even be afraid to pursue divorce out of fear that they won’t be able to support themselves or their families afterward. However, a new study shows that most people feel… Read More »

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What Happens to Pets in Divorce Custody Battles?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

TIME magazine recently featured an important article on the prominent role pet custody proceedings now play in a number of divorces when couples have not spelled out what their intended arrangements are for their pets in pre- or postnuptial agreements. For a number of people, their pets have essentially become like their children, which… Read More »

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Are There Circumstances That Make Having a Prenup Non-Negotiable?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Regardless of whether a couple feels that discussing a prenuptial agreement is romantic or not, there are three circumstances under which they are absolutely essential: where one individual has significantly more assets than the other, when there is a family business involved on one side of the marriage, and when there are second marriages… Read More »

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