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Category Archives: Divorce

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What Will I Be Asked During a Divorce Deposition?

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If you are going through a divorce in Florida and you find out that you must attend a deposition, you may be concerned about what will happen during a divorce deposition. Today, we will discuss everything you need to know about attending a deposition during a Florida divorce and help you understand the kind… Read More »

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What Happens During an Initial Consultation with an Orlando Divorce Attorney?

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If you are considering filing for divorce or are already going through one, you may have googled an Orlando divorce attorney to get legal advice. Consulting with an attorney is essential to understand your rights and be able to make an informed decision. When looking through attorneys’ websites, you might have noticed that most… Read More »

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What Are Florida’s Rules for Service of Process When Serving Divorce Papers?

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If you or your spouse want to file for a divorce, you may be confused about Florida’s service of process rules. Our state has strict rules for service of process to ensure that the respondent spouse is given proper notice of the pending divorce action. Whether you are the petitioner or respondent spouse, it… Read More »

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What Happens if My Spouse Dies in the Middle of Our Divorce?

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Getting divorced can be a time-consuming and stressful process. In some cases, it takes months or even years to resolve a divorce case, especially if there are many contested issues. But what happens if your spouse dies in the middle of your divorce? What to do if my spouse dies before our divorce case… Read More »

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Can I File for Florida Divorce Without a Spouse?

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If you want to get a divorce in Florida, but your spouse refuses to sign papers or cannot be located, you may wonder, “Can I file for divorce without my spouse?” The short answer is, “Yes, you can.” As long as you meet residency requirements, and you wish to file for a no-fault divorce… Read More »

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Could I be Accused of ‘Kidnapping’ My Own Child in Florida?

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If you are wondering, “How could I possibly kidnap my own child if I’m their parent?” the answer is, “You could!”. In the state of Florida, it is possible to kidnap your own child, and doing so could result in the termination of your parental rights. If you do not want to lose your… Read More »

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

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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?

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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?

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

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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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