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Do I Have Grounds To Modify My Custody Agreement?

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If you have been through a divorce with children, you might have thought determining custody was the hardest part. Arriving at a custody agreement can be mentally and emotionally taxing, and something you may have thought you only had to do once. However, it is rare that the terms of your custody agreement will… Read More »

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Do I Really Need A Prenuptial Agreement?

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We’re lawyers, not psychics, so unfortunately we can’t tell you with certainty if you will ever need a prenuptial agreement. We can however tell you that we help people everyday who whole-heartedly believed they never would. Even pivoting from the someone cynical what-if perspective, prenuptial agreements serve a number of beneficial purposes that have… Read More »

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What Happens To Embryos In A Florida Divorce?

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Divorce is never a simple process, but the ever-evolving field of reproductive technology has added a couple of layers of complexity. If you are a Florida resident considering divorce, you may be wondering how divorce will impact existing embryos that you made with your partner. Embryos are a particularly complicated area of divorce law… Read More »

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5 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Divorce Settlement

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It’s hard to put a number on all the effort and sacrifices that you have invested in building a life around a marriage. However, that is exactly what the judge in your divorce court proceeding will attempt to do. When judges are determining how to divide assets in a divorce, they consider what an… Read More »

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What To Know About Emancipation In Florida

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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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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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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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Can A Child In Florida Choose Which Parent To Live With?

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The following article will discuss whether children who reside in Florida are able to choose which parent they prefer to live with in custody battles. The “best interest of the child” standard In the state of Florida, family court judges determine child custody and child support issues based on the “best interest of the… Read More »

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