Blog Posts in July, 2013

Parents Have Eventual Win in Unusual Child Custody Case

For Florida parents, the most frightening experience imaginable is the loss of their child. Whether through illness, catastrophe or natural disaster, parents have a deeply ingrained fear of losing the ...
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Florida Divorce

Florida parents who divorce have a different set of priorities than couples who do not share children, or whose kids have already grown up and moved on to their own adult lives. Young children will ...
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Florida Women May Not Have Financial Understanding in Divorce

Florida residents facing a divorce may understand not only the emotional toll it can take on a person, but the financial strain as well. Even if a prenuptial agreement is involved, there can still be ...
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Divorce After Infidelity Can Invoke Strong Emotions in Florida

No matter how it gets sliced, divorce in Florida is almost always hard. Moreover, announcing the desire to divorce almost always inflicts pain. Regardless of the tact behind the delivery, requesting a ...
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