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Who Gets Custody of the Pets?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Getting a divorce is rarely considered fun. You divide your bank accounts, property, retirement accounts, and more. The court has guidelines for how shared parenting works, or that fight might still be going on. There is one issue left though. Who gets to keep the family pets? Traditional Handling of Pets in Florida Divorce … Read More »

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I Didn’t Know They Were a Fugitive. Can I Still Get in Trouble?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Your friend calls you and asks if they can stay at your place for a night or two. You don’t hesitate to tell them yes, but then the next day, the police swarm your property and draw guns as they search your home looking for your friend. You didn’t know that your friend was… Read More »

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Is Breaking and Entering Considered Burglary?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Early in February, there was a lot of police activity in Rockledge. After a burglary was reported at an apartment complex, the Rockledge Police Department brought in the K9 unit and helicopters to try and catch the suspect. Deputy Chief Donna Seyferth stated that the investigation was ongoing and is asking the public to… Read More »

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Is Mediation Required for Florida Divorces?

By O'Mara Law Group |

It is natural to assume that when a couple is going through a divorce, it will involve a long and bitter courtroom battle. However, that does not always have to be the case. Sometimes a couple can remain amicable and still resolve disputes involving equitable distribution, parental responsibility and more. Couples that wish to… Read More »

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When and Why Can Alimony Be Modified?

By O'Mara Law Group |

When going through a divorce, monetary payments that make up child and spousal support are calculated pursuant to a very specific algorithm contained within the Florida Statutes. There is always a consideration of child support for the custodial parent, and sometimes spousal support payments (alimony) to the former spouse. The calculation of alimony is… Read More »

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Understanding Florida Domestic Violence Laws

By O'Mara Law Group |

Domestic violence hotlines across the nation receive a massive 20,000 calls per day according to studies. While domestic violence is against the law in Florida, the nature of the crime makes it hard to tell if an accusation of abuse is legitimate or not. False accusations are relatively common, and frequently arise when the… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Florida Bail Bonds

By O'Mara Law Group |

Overview When a person gets arrested and placed in jail, one of the first things they (and often times friends and family) must immediately focus on, is how to get out of jail as quickly as possible. Generally, before a person can get out of jail, they must have a bond granted, usually by… Read More »

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My Ex Isn’t Following Custody Orders – What Can I Do?

By O'Mara Law Group |

This isn’t an uncommon issue, unfortunately. One of the biggest issues that Florida courts see is disputes regarding time sharing. Some of the most common issues that arise when it comes to child custody include the following: Your ex is regularly picking up and returning the child later than the court ordered time. Your… Read More »

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Fleeing Law Enforcement Officers in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

Fleeing the law is not an uncommon sight in Florida. In fact, earlier in September, a Florida based man was caught in the act of trying to flee law enforcement officers in a golf cart. A cart was stolen from the Palm City gas station by four people, all of whom fled the scene… Read More »

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Factors Determining Child Support Payments in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

In Florida, paying child support is not an option if minor children are involved in a divorce. Child support is meant to pay the essential needs of a child such as food, shelter, utilities, and more. The parent with primary residential custody is typically the parent awarded child support, which leaves the paying parent… Read More »

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