Blog Posts in September, 2013

Divorce Rate for Senior Citizens in Florida and Elsewhere Rising

For the first time in the history of the United States, more American citizens, aged 50 and older, report being divorced than being widowed. Furthermore, as baby boomers continue to live longer, it ...
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The Lies Florida Residents Believe About Divorce

While it may be challenging to see it this way, especially when you are in the throws of an extremely difficult divorce, our friends are not always giving us the best advice. In one respect, the ...
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New Developments in Native American Child Custody Case

New developments have come to light in a high profile child custody case involving the question of Native American tribal law. Florida readers of this blog may have heard about the case of baby ...
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Family Law Debate: Parental Rights in Making Medical Decisions

In some cases, parents do not have total control over the lives of their children. Certain parents who have specific religious or philosophical beliefs, for example, may find themselves up against the ...
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