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  • Divorce Forces Decision for Couples Running Business Together
    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. Many ...

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  • Patraeus, Allen Help Jill Kelley's Sister in Child Custody Case
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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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