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How Can You Enforce a Child Support Order if the Obligated Parent Lives in Another Country?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When the non-custodial parent lives in another country, it can be difficult to enforce a child support order if the parent refuses or fails to pay. However, there may be ways to make the obligated parent pay child support even if they are outside the United States. Enforcing International Child Support Orders The United… Read More »

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Divorce with Children with Special Needs: Everything You Need to Know

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If your child has a disability, the mere thought of divorce and division of parental responsibilities and duties may seem like a nightmare. If your child has a disability and requires special care and attention, there are a few things to consider before, during, and after a divorce in Florida. A divorce involving children… Read More »

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Will Adultery Matter in Your Divorce Case in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Infidelity is responsible for up to 40% of divorces in the United States, according to a study by the American Psychological Association. If you are one of those whose marriage is headed for divorce because of your partner’s unfaithfulness, you may wonder how adultery may affect your divorce case in Florida. Since Florida is… Read More »

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Signs of Child Abuse and Neglect After a Divorce

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When you share custody with your former spouse, you may not control what happens when your ex spends time with your children. You are no longer living under the same roof, which means you cannot see how your ex-spouse treats your kids. Leaving your children alone with the other parent is risky when your… Read More »

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Can You Be Punished for ‘Parental Kidnapping’ in Your Florida Child Custody Case?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Unfortunately, the term “parental kidnapping” is becoming more widespread in child custody cases in Florida. In some cases, divorced or separated parents can face legal consequences for parental kidnapping when they intentionally take their children away from the other parent without permission or court order. However, there are also situations in which a parent… Read More »

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A Motion to Enforce vs. Motion for Contempt in Florida: What’s the Difference?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If there is a court order after your divorce and your former spouse refuses or fails to comply with it, you may be thinking about filing a Motion to Enforce or a Motion for Contempt in Florida. But what is the difference between the two? The Difference Between a Motion to Enforce and a… Read More »

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What Happens to Gifts in a Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When you and your spouse go through a divorce in Florida, your property will be divided according to the state’s equitable distribution laws. However, not all of your property will be split during the divorce. In Florida, marital property is the only type of property that is subject to equitable distribution. Separate property, on… Read More »

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How Can You Prepare for Divorce Mediation in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

There are different ways to end a marriage in Florida, but more than 90% of all divorce cases are settled out of court. An ever-increasing number of couples seek a divorce through mediation. Also, many courts require mediation prior to allowing couples to go to court. If you are considering resolving your divorce case… Read More »

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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?

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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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