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Florida Parents Must Grant Permission For Children To Receive Health Care Services In School

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

A recent news story has indicated that Florida parents must now provide written permission to the school before their children will be able to receive certain health care services while at school. Over the past few weeks, many Florida parents have begun receiving communications from their children’s respective schools, requesting them to provide this… Read More »

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What Types Of Divorce Are Available In The State Of Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you are a Florida resident who is considering divorce, you should be aware that there are two different types of divorce available in the state. The following article will further discuss the two types of divorce that are available to individuals who want to obtain a divorce in the state of Florida. What… Read More »

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Exploring Florida Parenting Plans

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Sometimes, parents are unable to agree about important details regarding their child. Parenting plans can help parents come to an agreement about some of these details in order to ensure that their child’s best interests are met. The following article will provide some information regarding Florida parenting plans. What is a parenting plan? A… Read More »

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12 Myths About Florida Child Custody And Support

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you are a parent in the state of Florida, you may have some preconceived notions regarding child custody and support. The following article will debunk some common myths regarding child custody in the state of Florida. Myth #1- Florida law requires parents to share parenting time equally (50/50). As of 2016, Florida no… Read More »

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Is My Ex Guilty Of Voluntary Impoverishment By Refusing To Work Or Pay Child Support?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

It is not uncommon for parents who were ordered to pay child support to come up with all kinds of ways to avoid paying. One of the ways is to refuse to work to stop paying child support. However, if the parent voluntarily quits their job or decreases their income to the point where… Read More »

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Does Florida Allow Retroactive Child Support?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Florida courts may order child support when spouses who share children file for divorce. Prior to awarding child support, the court will look at each parents’ income and earning potential, among many other factors. If your ex-spouse was ordered to pay child support, you might wonder, “Can I ask the court for retroactive child… Read More »

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Do I Need To File A Quitclaim Deed After A Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you have finalized your divorce, you should consider drafting a quitclaim deed with the help of an Orlando family law attorney. If the court issued a final divorce decree, the decree merely documents the manner in which you and your ex-spouse divide marital property and debts. The divorce decree itself does not actually… Read More »

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Can You Use A Trust To Protect Your Assets In A Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Most divorce-related disputes are related to the distribution of assets. It is not uncommon for spouses to disagree on who gets what and how assets should be handled following a divorce. But can you use a trust to protect your assets in a divorce and prevent your spouse from getting the assets held in… Read More »

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How To Enforce An Alimony Order After A Florida Divorce

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It is not uncommon for the dependent spouse to request alimony upon a Florida divorce. If the request for alimony is granted, the court will order the higher-earning spouse to make support payments to the other spouse while the divorce is pending and/or after the divorce is finalized. But what if your former spouse… Read More »

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What To Do If My Ex-Spouse Is Not Using Visitation Time?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When a parenting plan details visitation time, both parties must adhere to the order. However, just because there is a custody order or parenting plan in place, it does not necessarily mean that both parties will follow it. But what if your former spouse fails or refuses to use visitation time or comply with… Read More »

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