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  • Collaborative Divorce Versus Mediation
    Collaborative Divorce Versus Mediation

    When it comes to divorce, you do not have to choose the courtroom first to settle the matters. There are a variety of options that can help you settle your divorce matter and resolve any disputes, ...

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  • How Florida Parents Can Help Their Children Weather a Divorce
    How Florida Parents Can Help Their Children Weather a Divorce

    No one will ever say that divorce is easy. In fact, many well-meaning family and friends will say that their own divorce was the most trying experience they ever had to go through. However, if divorce ...

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  • Could 'Wedleases' Make Divorce Easier in Florida?
    Could 'Wedleases' Make Divorce Easier in Florida?

    Divorce and all the pain that comes with it is not a reality that anyone wishes to Face. However, many Florida residents see no other option when differences are irreconcilable. It may be a difference ...

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  • Florida Activists Fight to Reform State Alimony Laws
    Florida Activists Fight to Reform State Alimony Laws

    When we think of alimony payments, we generally think of ex-husbands who must pay for the living expenses of their ex-wives. However, it is not uncommon for alimony to work the other way around in the ...

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  • Mother Withdraws Paternity Suit Against Michael Jordan
    Mother Withdraws Paternity Suit Against Michael Jordan

    Even Florida residents that aren't sports fans may have heard about the recent lawsuit filed against Michael Jordan. A woman filed a paternity suit against Jordan alleging that he was the father of ...

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  • Divorce Causes Physical Damage to Children in Florida?
    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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