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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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What Is Considered Income In A Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

A calculation of spouses’ income plays a pivotal role in the divorce proceedings. However, many spouses are not sure what counts as “income” for the purposes of equitable distribution, alimony, child support, and other aspects of a Florida divorce. The amount of alimony and child support depends on each party’s income. That is why… Read More »

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How Do I Tell My Partner I Want a Prenuptial Agreement (Prenup)?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Telling your soon-to-be-spouse that you want a prenuptial agreement (prenup) may sound like the most disheartening thing you can say to your partner before the wedding. However, if you truly want to protect your personal property and take advantage of other benefits of a prenuptial agreement, you will need to have that conversation sooner… Read More »

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Can You Appeal a Divorce Decree or Child Custody Order in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

A divorce decree or child custody order can significantly impact the parties involved for the rest of their lives. For this reason, judges have a responsibility to consider all the facts and evidence available prior to making a final decision. However, because judges are only humans, they may make procedural mistakes, while others may… Read More »

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Can You Modify a Child Custody Order Due to Parental Alienation?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Parental alienation is not an uncommon phenomenon in Florida’s child custody cases. While many parents are able to ignore their feeling of resentment toward their ex-spouse for the sake of their children, some parents turn their children against the other parent. Parental alienation occurs when a parent attempts to manipulate a child against the… Read More »

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How Can You Appeal a Divorce Judgment in the State of Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

In Florida, residents have a right to appeal criminal and civil court rulings, including a divorce judgment. However, state law sets forth specific limitations and procedures for appealing a final judgment of divorce in the State of Florida. If you are looking to appeal a divorce judgment in Florida, it is important to speak… 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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