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What to Do if You’re Behind on Child Support in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

The obligor parent is “behind on child support” when he or she is only able to make partial payments or fails to pay altogether. Your failure to meet your child support obligations could get you in trouble with the law and may lead to some very unpleasant consequences. So, what should do if you… Read More »

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How Much Does a Divorce Cost in Orlando, Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Prior to filing for divorce, nearly everyone wonders how much the entire process would cost. Determining how much your divorce would cost in Orlando, Florida, is tricky because many factors influence the total cost of your divorce. Those factors include: Attorney fees; Each spouse’s willingness to compromise; The number of contested issues; and Whether… Read More »

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What Happens to an Ongoing Divorce if Spouses Reconcile?

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It is not uncommon for spouses to regret their decision to file for divorce. But is it too late to reconcile? What happens to your ongoing divorce in Florida if you and your spouse reconcile? Whether or not you can stop your divorce case or dismiss it altogether if you and your spouse reconcile… Read More »

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3 Ways to Divide Marital Business in a Florida Divorce

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you and your spouse co-own or operate a business together, dividing what could be your most valuable asset can be a complicated, time-consuming, and costly experience during a divorce in Florida. When a marital business is involved in a divorce, the divorcing couples must not only properly evaluate the business but also agree… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: What if You Cannot Find Your Spouse to Serve the Divorce Papers?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When beginning any legal process, including a divorce case, one party must file a petition, and then the other party must be served with the papers. But what happens if the responding party cannot be found or located? Does your inability to locate your spouse, let alone serve the legal documents, prevent you from… Read More »

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Things to Consider When Creating a Long-Distance Parenting Plan

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Most parents create a parenting plan after getting divorced or ending a relationship involving children. However, when one parent relocates to a different state or country for work-related or other reasons, adhering to a standard parenting plan or timesharing can be problematic. For this reason, parents who have a significant distance between them opt… Read More »

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Does It Matter Who Files for Florida Divorce First?

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Sometimes, when both spouses are considering initiating a divorce, it may seem as if they are competing in who files for divorce first. But does it even matter who files first in Florida? Can you get the upper hand by being the “petitioner,” also known as the first party to initiate the process? Why… Read More »

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Can You Lower Child Support if the Coronavirus Crisis Affected Your Ability to Pay?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Many individuals and families are already experiencing the economic burden caused by the coronavirus crisis. For divorced persons, the obligations to pay child support and/or alimony may be unbearable, especially for those who were furloughed or laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Naturally, the parent who was obliged to pay child support but is… Read More »

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5 Ways COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts Divorce Cases in Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on Floridians and other people across the nation. Business closures left many people with no means to earn a living, while court closures affected Floridians’ ability to start the divorce process during the coronavirus crisis. If you are one of those with a pending divorce case… Read More »

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Can Adultery Impact Your Alimony Award in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

From the emotional standpoint, adultery – or engaging in extramarital affairs during a marriage – can have a significant impact on a divorce case. But what about the legal effect of adultery? Will infidelity impact your divorce case or your alimony award in Florida? Ever since Florida’s family law put an end to fault-based… Read More »

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