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Appeals Court Determines That Trial Court Erred In Disestablishing Paternity For Father

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

In Florida, paternity can be established in numerous ways. If a woman gives birth to a child while she is married, the husband is established as the legal father of the child. If the father is named on the child’s birth certificate, then that individual is considered the legal father of the child. In… Read More »

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Appeals Court Denies Relocation Of Father With Child

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Those who want to relocate with a child are required to petition the court for permission first if a parenting plan is already in place. The standard of whether or not the court will grant the petition relies entirely on the best interests of the child. If the relocation is in the best interests… Read More »

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Appeals Court Hears Case On Equitable Distribution Of Marital Property

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Each state has its own rules on how property and debts are divided once a marriage is dissolved. Some states, like California, are considered “community property” states. In these states, the marital estate is simply divided in half with each party receiving 50% of its assets and liabilities. Florida does not work like that…. Read More »

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