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What to Do if I Cannot Pay Child Support?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you were ordered to pay child support to the other parent of your child but can no longer afford the monthly payments, the worst thing you can do is just stop paying. Once a Florida court ordered you to pay child support, making these payments is not optional. You cannot just stop making… Read More »

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How Are Pension and Retirement Accounts Divided in a Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

As the number of gray divorces across Florida and the United States keeps rising, people aged 50 or older are now more likely to get divorced. If you are an older adult or have been in a long-term marriage, pension and retirement benefits could account for a significant portion of marital assets. It is… Read More »

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Is a Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) Right for Your Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Contrary to popular belief, ending a marriage is not always a lengthy, costly, and adversarial process. While these divorces are not uncommon, you may be able to resolve your divorce case quickly and reduce the cost of the process if you opt for a marital settlement agreement (MSA). A marital settlement agreement can be… Read More »

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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?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

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?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

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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4 Situations When You Should Modify a Prenuptial Agreement in Florida

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For engaged and married couples, signing a prenuptial agreement offers a level of comfort and assurance in knowing how their property and finances will be split up in the event of a divorce. A prenup can be a useful document for all couples, even those who have no plans to get divorced. A prenuptial… Read More »

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Can You Modify a Child Custody Order Due to Parental Alienation?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Parental alienation is not an uncommon phenomenon in Florida’s child custody cases. While many parents are able to ignore their feeling of resentment toward their ex-spouse for the sake of their children, some parents turn their children against the other parent. Parental alienation occurs when a parent attempts to manipulate a child against the… Read More »

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What Evidence Do You Need in Your Child Support Case in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Child support is one of the most complicated and contentious issues in a divorce. The amount of child support is based on guidelines defined in the Florida Statutes Section 0061.30. Florida law provides that both parents, married or not, are obligated to support their children financially. While it may seem that there is not… Read More »

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