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Are Stepparents Granted Visitation Rights in Florida?

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Blended families are a beautiful thing, and are beneficial for the entire family unit. Many stepparents develop close loving bonds with their stepchildren, and some are even more involved in their lives than one of the biological parents. It is natural then, for stepparents to wonder if they have visitation rights in the same… Read More »

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When Is Divorce Better Than Separation?

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Florida is one of just a handful of states that does not recognize legal separation. That being said, couples can still choose to enter into a formal agreement that outlines the terms of child custody, child support, and more. The couple can then live separately as though they are single, even though they are… Read More »

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How To Divide Rental Property During Divorce

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It is not uncommon for couples to have rental property that provides a stable source of income while they are married. In the event of divorce though, there are many different issues that come up surrounding rental properties and they all have the potential to become very complex. An Orlando divorce lawyer can advise… Read More »

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Minimizing The Legal Costs Of Your Divorce

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People enter divorce thinking that it is a given that the process will be expensive. This is sometimes true. The very facts of your case may make the divorce process costly, such as if you are ordered to pay child support or alimony. However, legal fees also add to the cost of divorce. While… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between Annulment, Divorce, And Legal Separation?

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There are many ways to end a marriage in Florida, and it does not always include divorce. While divorce is the right option for some, other people choose to end their marriage through a legal separation or an annulment. If you are thinking about divorce, it is important to know all your options first,… Read More »

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The First Step To Take In Divorce If You Are A Victim Of Domestic Violence

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Domestic violence is all too real for victims that experience it, and it often goes unreported. Victims of domestic violence are often afraid to take the first step to get out of the situation because they sometimes fear that no one will believe them. By its very nature, domestic violence usually takes place within… Read More »

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Is Your Marriage Toxic? Here Are Three Signs

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Toxic marriages are extremely difficult for the victim. Not only are victims treated unfairly and sometimes cruelly, but it is also not always so easy to identify when a marriage has become toxic. Toxic behavior in a marriage can either be very subtle, or it can be severe. Regardless, remaining in a toxic marriage… Read More »

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How To Co-Parent When Your Ex Is Unreasonable

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Going through a dissolution of marriage (i.e. divorce) is one of the most stressful and difficult times a person could go through. Divorces involving children are even more complex and can result in the effects of the divorce being felt for a long time afterward. After the divorce is over, the two former spouses… Read More »

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Why Divorce Is Sometimes More Difficult For Men

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Divorce is always one of the hardest things a person will go through in their life. However, for men the situation is sometimes even more uncertain. Traditionally, it was the woman that got the better deal when they divorced their husbands and this sometimes raises concerns that a man will lose everything when he… Read More »

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FAQs About Timesharing In Florida

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Unlike many other states, Florida does not use the term child custody in divorce cases that involve children. Instead, the Florida statutes refers to the time each parent spends with their children after divorce as ‘time sharing’, or ‘visitation.’ Timesharing is important because unless the case is an extreme one, such as one that… Read More »

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