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Monthly Archives: February 2022

Five Things to Know When Going Through a High Asset Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

All divorce cases have the potential to become complex, but this is particularly true when a divorce involves many assets or a high net worth for one or both parties. If you are going through a high asset divorce, our Orlando family lawyer explains the top five things you need to know below. Patience… Read More »

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Three Things You May Not Know About Parallel Parenting

By O'Mara Law Group |

After divorce, it is not always easy for the two parties to communicate with each other. This is particularly true when children are involved. Child custody pick-up and drop-offs that occur after a divorce sometimes lead to heated exchanges between the two parents, and these are detrimental to not only the former spouses, but… Read More »

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Common Misconceptions About Child Support

By O'Mara Law Group |

Child support is an issue that always has the potential to become complex in Florida and there are many misconceptions surrounding it. Below, our Orlando family lawyer outlines the most common myths surrounding this term of divorce and explains the child support system in Florida. Child Support Always Stops when the Child Turns 18… Read More »

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Challenging the Evidence in a Criminal Case

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If police arrest you and charge you with a criminal offense, they must have sufficient evidence that supports their claim. This can include physical evidence, such as a firearm they say you used to shoot someone, or other types of evidence, such as eyewitness statements. If you want to be successful with your case,… Read More »

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What Happens if You Do Not Sign the Divorce Papers?

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A divorce case begins when one spouse files a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, either at the courthouse or through their family law attorney. Once this is filed, the other spouse must be served with the divorce papers, either through a process server, a sheriff, or their lawyer can accept service on their behalf… Read More »

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3 Common Misconceptions About DUIs in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

Being charged with a DUI is confusing sometimes. You may be worried about your future or wonder what the charge even means. You may not know that there are defenses available, or you may wonder why you were even charged with driving under the influence. It is critical to understand these charges, so you… Read More »

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Can You Be Charged with Theft for Borrowing an Item?

By O'Mara Law Group |

People borrow items from their friends and family all the time. Perhaps you wanted to borrow your friend’s jewelry, or part of their video game collection. You may ask to borrow the item, and your friend may agree. Unfortunately, there are times when the legal act of borrowing an item can result in charges… Read More »

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Understanding Moving Violations in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

During a traffic stop, a person may be ticketed or even arrested for a moving violation. Just as the name implies, these tickets are issued when a person has broken the law with their vehicle in motion. However, there are times when a person may be charged with a moving violation even when their… Read More »

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What are the Defenses to Unlawfully Discharging a Firearm?

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Florida has almost two million active concealed carry licenses, which is much more than any other state, including Texas. This statistic makes it very easy to see that the Sunshine State is very respectful of the Second Amendment. Still, to ensure the safety of the public, there are many laws on firearms in Florida,… Read More »

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5 Tips When Going Through a Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful things a person could ever experience. Some studies even show that the only thing more stressful is posting a child or a parent. While you may not be able to save yourself all of the stress and frustration that goes along with the divorce… Read More »

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