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Category Archives: Florida Divorce

What To Do If Your Ex Refuses Visitation

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Parents refuse visitation between their child and their ex for many reasons. Sometimes, it is an act of vengeance and a way to lash out at a former spouse. Other times, a parent may refuse visitation because they believe the safety of their child is in danger. Regardless of the reason for your ex… Read More »

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Is Marriage Counseling a Required Part of Divorce in Florida?

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Divorce is always a difficult process and there are many state laws that govern the process. For example, mediation is usually required in most Florida divorces. Once a couple starts learning about these laws, they often start wondering what else is required of them. Some people have already thought about marriage counseling before bringing… Read More »

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How to Win During Divorce Mediation

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In contested divorce cases in Florida, mediation is a mandatory requirement. During mediation, you and your spouse will meet with a mediator, who is a neutral third party. Mediators do not make decisions in divorce cases. They simply try to foster compromise and communication between you and your spouse so the two of you… Read More »

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5 Important Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer

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You will have many questions when going through the divorce process. An Orlando divorce lawyer can provide the answers to these questions and offer sound legal advice as you move through the process of your case. You can obtain many of the answers you need during your first consultation with a divorce attorney. Along… Read More »

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Preparing for a Divorce Deposition

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Most divorce cases in Florida settle outside of the courtroom, with the spouses involved negotiating an agreement. Still, sometimes spouses do have to go to trial and that can mean attending a deposition. During a deposition, you and your spouse will meet with each of your lawyers and potentially other experts, such as a… Read More »

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Getting a Divorce? Here is Why You Need to See a Doctor Now

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The only professional you may think you need when getting a divorce is an Orlando family lawyer. It is true that legal representation can help you secure the settlement you deserve. However, there is another professional you should see at the start of the process, too. That is your doctor. Below are five reasons… Read More »

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Five Mistakes Commonly Made in Divorce

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Even when a divorce is uncontested, the process is never easy. Emotions are running high and sometimes, things go wrong. Things are more likely to go wrong when people make mistakes, which is sadly all too common in divorce. If you are considering divorce, it is important that you know the five mistakes commonly… Read More »

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Terms to Know When Getting a Divorce in 2022

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If you are considering a divorce, it is normal to be unsure of what to expect. Knowing some of the most basic divorce terms and the laws surrounding them can greatly help prepare you for the process and help you understand what you can expect. Below, our Orlando family lawyer explains the most common… Read More »

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Five Things to Know When Going Through a High Asset Divorce

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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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5 Tips When Going Through a Divorce

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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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