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Monthly Archives: April 2022

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How To Keep Your Child Custody Case Out Of Court

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Few things are more stressful than handing a judge that you don’t know the power to decide whether you get to retain custody of your child and how often you will get to see them. Many people have heard horror stories about child custody hearings gone wrong, or about how contentious the process was,… Read More »

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Can A Child In Florida Choose Which Parent To Live With?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

The following article will discuss whether children who reside in Florida are able to choose which parent they prefer to live with in custody battles. The “best interest of the child” standard In the state of Florida, family court judges determine child custody and child support issues based on the “best interest of the… Read More »

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Can An Uncontested Divorce Become Contested In Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you are contemplating or are going through a divorce in the Orlando, or greater Florida area, you may be weighing your options and trying to decide what the best path forward is. For most couples, the goal going into a divorce is to keep the process as quick and painless as possible. Of… Read More »

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Can My Social Media Posts Be Used Against Me During A Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Divorce is one of the most difficult things that most adults have to go through. It takes a great amount of effort and invokes complex emotions to dismantle a life that you have invested so much effort in building. It is no surprise that many people turn to social media to process their emotions… Read More »

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