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What To Know About Emancipation In Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Emancipation is the process by which a minor under the age of 18 is essentially unburdened of the disability of being a minor. In other words, a minor who is legally emancipated will have all the rights, privileges, and expectations of a legal adult, and will no longer qualify for support from their parents… Read More »

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The Benefits Of Establishing Paternity

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

For many, paternity is a given. However, establishing it legally is another ball game. If you were not legally married at the time your child was born and did not establish paternity voluntarily at the hospital, you will have to establish paternity before both parents will have equal rights and privileges with respect to… Read More »

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How To Get More Alimony

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When a marriage dissolves, so do many aspects of the life that you have sacrificed to build. This can be especially hard if you forwent a career or higher education in order to support your spouse by managing the household and raising children. If your sacrifices are then for nothing, you could find yourself… Read More »

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Reasons To Hire A Family Law Attorney

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You’ve likely heard of family law, but you may not be overly familiar with what a family law attorney actually does or when it is important to hire one. In short, family law attorneys can assist you with any legal matters involved in building or dissolving a family, such as adoption, marriage (prenuptial and… Read More »

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How Do Fathers Get Visitation Rights In Florida?

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If you are a father but are not having your rights legally recognized, it’s important to establish paternity so that you will have visitation and custody rights. Many new parents don’t realize that they actually have to take action in order to ensure that they have the full rights and privileges necessary to actually… Read More »

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Do I Need a Lawyer To Adopt A Child

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Adoption is a wonderful way to grow your family, however, it can require lots of paperwork and can involve lots of potential legal complications and hurdles. It is also likely to involve a heavy investment, both emotionally and financially from you as potential parents. For this reason, it is important to protect your investment… Read More »

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How To Secretly Prepare For A Divorce

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Divorce can seem like a huge decision, so much so that many people struggle to get past the mental barrier of filing. However, you do not have to file for divorce before you start preparing for one. There are many small steps that you can take toward getting a divorce to build momentum before… Read More »

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Will I Lose My Stock Options In A Divorce?

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Many people are constantly surprised by the assets that come into play during asset and debt distribution during a divorce. Stock options are given to many employees as a form of equity compensation by their employers, but many employees forget about these options, or fail to consider them as compensation. However, when dividing assets… Read More »

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What Impact Does Cheating Have On A Divorce?

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If your marriage is in ruins due to infidelity, you are not alone. It’s estimated that infidelity plays a role in as many as 58% of divorces. You may be wondering how adultery will impact your divorce, and whether it will affect things like your divorce settlement, alimony payments, child custody, or even the… Read More »

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Are 401(k)s Marital Property?

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If you are considering divorce, the odds are good that you have given extensive thought to how your assets and financial future will be impacted. Many people start off by thinking in broad strokes about who will get the house, but it’s also important to consider how retirement programs, social security pensions, and 401(k)s… Read More »

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