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Monthly Archives: May 2020

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Can You Lower Child Support if the Coronavirus Crisis Affected Your Ability to Pay?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Many individuals and families are already experiencing the economic burden caused by the coronavirus crisis. For divorced persons, the obligations to pay child support and/or alimony may be unbearable, especially for those who were furloughed or laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Naturally, the parent who was obliged to pay child support but is… Read More »

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5 Ways COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts Divorce Cases in Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on Floridians and other people across the nation. Business closures left many people with no means to earn a living, while court closures affected Floridians’ ability to start the divorce process during the coronavirus crisis. If you are one of those with a pending divorce case… Read More »

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Can Adultery Impact Your Alimony Award in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

From the emotional standpoint, adultery – or engaging in extramarital affairs during a marriage – can have a significant impact on a divorce case. But what about the legal effect of adultery? Will infidelity impact your divorce case or your alimony award in Florida? Ever since Florida’s family law put an end to fault-based… Read More »

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Is There Any Recourse for Domestic Violence Victims in Florida During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

There is no question that the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect more and more family law issues here in Florida every week, from divorced parents concerned about having to potentially send their child to the other parent’s household even though they could be exposed to the virus there, to couples that feel constrained by… Read More »

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