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How To Get Full Custody In Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

For most parents, the prospect of losing custody of their children is both devastating and terrifying. Many parents hope to receive full custody. Florida courts prefer to award joint custody whenever possible, but full custody is still appropriate in certain situations. If you want to pursue full custody, it’s important to understand what courts… Read More »

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Can I Lose Family Heirlooms In A Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Is your fear of losing precious family heirlooms and personal assets keeping you from moving forward with a divorce? If so, you are not alone. Many people have heard horror stories about others who have lost everything going through a divorce, but that does not have to be your story. In fact, many people… Read More »

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Help! My Ex Is Ignoring Custody Orders

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Custody orders are meant to serve the best interests of your child by ensuring that they can have a stable life while maintaining and developing healthy relationships with both of their parents, so when one parent chooses to ignore these orders, courts take it very seriously. If your ex is violating the terms of… Read More »

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Will I Have To Pay Child Support?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Being ordered to be child support can be a scary thought for some parents, especially if they are already doing their best to provide for their child and are struggling to make ends meet. However, If you have a child in Florida, it is a condition of establishing that paternity that you pay monthly… Read More »

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How Is Fine Art Divided In A Florida Divorce?

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If you have invested years and huge sums of money in collecting fine artwork, the thought of potentially losing it all in a divorce can be devastating. The process of dividing assets can be one of the most challenging and difficult aspects of a divorce; requiring couples to essentially deconstruct their life together piece… Read More »

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Are You Filing For A Gray Divorce?

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Are you over 50 and filing for divorce? If your spouse is too, you are officially filing for a gray divorce. Gray divorce is the term used to describe divorces between spouses who are over 50 years of age. These divorces used to be the most rare, however, the rate of divorce between spouses… Read More »

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What’s The Cheapest Way To Get Divorced?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you and your spouse are ready to dissolve your marriage, you may be wondering how you can do so while preserving your marital assets. After all, it’s kind of adding salt to the wound to force you to divide your assets and deplete them in the process. The good news is that you… Read More »

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What Is Florida’s Best Interest Of The Child Standard?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Custody can be one of the most stressful and emotionally-taxing aspects of a divorce. It can be terrifying to hand over a life-changing decision that can impact everyone in your family to a judge who has never met you. It can also be hard to understand in some cases why a judge reached the… Read More »

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Why Divorce Can Be Bad For Business

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Many people are not prepared for the equitable division of assets during a divorce. They are rarely prepared to come to terms with everything that is essentially up for grabs. One of the biggest surprises for many people is that their independently owned businesses may be treated as marital property and divided between them… Read More »

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Do I Have Grounds To Modify My Custody Agreement?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you have been through a divorce with children, you might have thought determining custody was the hardest part. Arriving at a custody agreement can be mentally and emotionally taxing, and something you may have thought you only had to do once. However, it is rare that the terms of your custody agreement will… Read More »

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