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Monthly Archives: June 2022

Three Things To Know If Charged With Domestic Violence

By O'Mara Law Group |

Domestic violence charges are becoming more common today. They are often a result of an argument that became heated and emotional on the part of both parties. Sometimes these arguments can result in physical violence, but that is not always the case. Even when a disagreement did not become physical, a person may still… Read More »

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Five Reasons To Draft A Prenuptial Agreement Before Getting Married

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Prenuptial agreements mainly deal with the non-marital and marital assets a couple owns and how they will be divided in the event the couple gets a divorce. While historically, people may have viewed these contracts as romance killers, that is no longer the case today. More and more people are understanding the benefits these… Read More »

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How Long Are You Required To Separate Before Divorce In Florida?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Divorce is an incredibly emotional process, but it is also a legal one. Like all states, couples going through a divorce must meet several different legal requirements in Florida. This often only adds confusion to what is already a difficult time. One of the most common questions our Orlando family lawyers hear is how… Read More »

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Can I Have My Criminal Record Sealed Or Expunged?

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A criminal conviction will have an impact on you for years to come. You may find it difficult to obtain employment, housing, and even some academic opportunities. It is no wonder then, that so many people who have been convicted want to get their record sealed or expunged. Many people use these terms interchangeably,… Read More »

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What Are Your Options If You Cannot Pay Child Support?

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Divorces that involve children have many long-term impacts. In Florida, both parents of a child are expected to support them financially until they are no longer a minor. As a marriage ends, one spouse is often responsible for paying child support. Child support is just that. It is meant to support the child or… Read More »

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