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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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What Documents Do You Need for Your Divorce in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Divorce is a complicated process because it is an emotionally draining experience that involves many legal formalities. It is important to consult with a divorce lawyer to ensure that all the necessary documents are in place to initiate the divorce process. Documents Needed for a Florida Divorce The complexity of a divorce case depends… Read More »

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How Can You Seal Public Divorce Records in Florida?

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As you may know, divorce records – like any other court records – are available to the public in Florida. Anyone who wants to obtain your divorce records will be able to request them from the court clerk in the county where you divorced. But can you seal your divorce records in the state… Read More »

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5 Things to Consider Before Signing a Prenuptial Agreement in Florida

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A prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a prenup, is a critical legal document signed between two people before they get married. The agreement covers a variety of issues regarding the parties’ assets and property rights. What You Need to Consider Before Signing a Prenup Basically, a prenup determines who gets what if the… Read More »

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Can You Appeal a Divorce Decree or Child Custody Order in Florida?

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A divorce decree or child custody order can significantly impact the parties involved for the rest of their lives. For this reason, judges have a responsibility to consider all the facts and evidence available prior to making a final decision. However, because judges are only humans, they may make procedural mistakes, while others may… Read More »

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