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  • Is It Illegal to Snoop in Your Spouse's E-mail?
    Is It Illegal to Snoop in Your Spouse's E-mail?

    Is it illegal to snoop on your spouse's e-mail? That will be the question before the court in the case of Mr. Leon Walker. He "hacked" into his wife's e-mail (she kept the password in her address book ...

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  • More Children Being Raised By Grandparents
    More Children Being Raised By Grandparents

    I have noticed in my Ocala family law practice that more and more Grandparents are raising their grandchildren, either by an informal agreement or by seeking a court order for Custody by Extended ...

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  • Collaborative Divorce: A Kinder, Gentler Alternative
    Collaborative Divorce: A Kinder, Gentler Alternative

    Is there a way to have a kinder, gentler divorce without much hostility and fighting? Yes! There is a movement now across the US to help couples and their children divorce without the battles ...

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  • New Changes to Alimony Statute in Florida Divorce
    New Changes to Alimony Statute in Florida Divorce

    There have been recent changes to Florida Statute §61.08, significantly affecting Florida alimony laws. This bill was signed into law over the summer and will not apply to all pending divorces. The ...

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  • Important Changes to Florida Child Support Statute
    Important Changes to Florida Child Support Statute

    With the signing of Florida House bill 907, Florida Family Law statutes have had quite a few changes. The Child Support Statue update now mandates that effective January 1, 2011, any and all child ...

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  • Florida Alimony and Child Support to Change: House Bill 907 Becomes Law
    Florida Alimony and Child Support to Change: House Bill 907 Becomes Law

    Divorce in Florida, especially alimony and child support have been changed when House Bill 907 was signed into law yesterday. This bill was merely waiting for the signature of the Governor, as it had ...

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