Blog Posts in 2012

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Divorce Forces Decision for Couples Running Business Together

It is important to leave one's personal problems at home when running a business. Most entrepreneurs understand this; however, this may be difficult when one runs a business with an ex-spouse. ...
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Patraeus, Allen Help Jill Kelley's Sister in Child Custody Case

Virtue is one of the most important characteristics that a good parent should instill in their children. Furthermore, if a parent lacks virtue, this could affect their child custody battle in court. ...
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Fraudulent Divorce Overturned, Insurance Payout Goes to Wife

Usually during a divorce, the petitioning party must serve notice of the proceedings to his or her spouse. If the petitioning party does not properly do so, a Florida divorce may be deemed invalid in ...
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Occupy Protest Mother Gets Divorce, Banker Husband Gets Kids

Married couples decide to separate for all types of different reasons. Many times, financial reasons cause a Florida couple to divorce. Other times, it is a difference of beliefs and priorities that ...
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Holiday Parenting Plans Can Be Source of Conflict for Co-Parents

The holidays can be stressful for some people, due to dealing with family obligations. For divorced parents this can be even more stressful when parents argue over the holiday plans for their ...
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Authorities Arrest Man for Non-Payment of Child Support

As many people are aware, it is against the law to refuse to pay court-ordered support for children. Most state authorities, such as those in Florida, will work hard to find parents who are severely ...
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15 Parents Arrested for Non-Payment of Child Support

When it comes to family law, the court is dedicated to serving the best interests of the children. Children are usually hurt the most when a non-custodial parent fails to pay child support in Florida. ...
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Child Custody Dispute Follows Deadly Shooting Between Parents

It is important that the law protects the best interests of children, since they are among the most vulnerable individuals within our society. This is especially critical during a child custody ...
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Divorce Causes Physical Damage to Children in Florida?

The divorce process can be an emotionally draining experience. This can be difficult enough for divorcing spouses, but it can be even more detrimental for their children. For the last 30 years or so, ...
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Collaborative Divorce Preferred by Many in Florida

Many Florida attorneys are claiming that their clients prefer the collaborative divorce process over the traditional litigation approach. This method is designed to make the divorce as painless as ...
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Father Denied Request to Reduce Child Support Payments

When parents split up and share custody of their children, the courts will often determine that the non-custodial parent is responsible for paying child support to the custodial parent for the care ...
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Evelyn Lozada Asks Florida Court to Award Legal Fees in Divorce

When spouses decide to end a marriage, the court and legal fees can really add up. This is why some divorcees request that the court force his or her former spouse to pay all legal fees. If the court ...
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The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Divorce: A Trend in Florida Divorce

There is no doubt that the recent recession has hit Florida families hard. Families are seeing more stress, higher prices, fewer jobs and lower home values. For many families, this has meant ...
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Premarital Doubts Could Increase Chances of Divorce in Florida

Marriage is an important decision in any person's life. One should be sure of the decision before going forward with a marriage in Florida or elsewhere. It has long been believed that having ...
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Baby Girl Loses Both Parents; Families in Child Custody Battle

It is always unfortunate when a child loses a parent. However, it is even more unfortunate when a child in Florida or elsewhere loses both parents. Not only will the child be in danger of severe ...
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Parenting and Divorce Mediation Can Benefit Florida Couples

Divorce mediation is becoming more popular for couples who wish to take some of the negative emotions out of the situation. This involves the couple actually working together to make decisions related ...
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Women in Florida May Have Issues with Shared Child Custody

There are many challenges spouses must face during a divorce. Some of these involve property division, alimony agreements, and deciding who owns which debt. However, one of the most difficult things ...
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Religion Can Play Significant Role in Florida Divorce

Divorce can be a trying time for Florida couples as they move through the process of ending their marriage. Many spouses report experiencing stress and sadness as they move toward their new lives, and ...
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Child Custody Agreement Terms Can Vary Widely in Florida

During the divorce process parents must settle a variety of issues. One of the most important topics divorcing spouses in Florida must resolve is child custody. During the divorce proceeding, either ...
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Florida Judge Sentences Man for Failure to Pay Child Support

It is a law that has been rarely used according to the clerk of a country criminal court. However, a Florida woman armed with contempt of court orders for her ex-husband's failure to pay child ...
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Divorce in Florida Can Be Both Positive and Negative for Careers

It is almost always difficult when a marriage comes to an end. Although divorce can be stressful and emotionally trying, it can also affect one's career. Most people in Florida and elsewhere may ...
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Child's Tattoo Becomes a Family Law Issue

When a grandfather allowed his 10-year-old grandson to get a tattoo, he did not believe he was doing anything that would harm the child. The grandfather claims it is a family tradition to receive a ...
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Let Go, Move On: Better Things Await After Divorce

It isn't uncommon to have difficulty moving on after deciding to get a divorce. It is a simple fact in life that some will have trouble with the initial adjustment. Fortunately, there are a few ...
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Collaborative Law: A Possible Option for 'Grey Divorcees'

Being married for years and then making the decision to divorce is a very difficult experience. The decision could be mutual, which would make things easier on both spouses and an easy route with ...
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NFL Legend Troy Aikman Pays Ex-Wife $1.75M as Part of Divorce Settlement

Often times in Florida divorces, one spouse is required to pay the other spouse a certain amount of money as part of a divorce settlement, whether in a lump sum or in payments. A recent news article ...
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