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Child Kidnapping by Parents - What Does the Law Say?

Unfortunately, it is not completely uncommon to hear about a parent kidnapping a child. It happens when the child has been taken by their other parent against their custody order. Read More

High Net Worth Divorce

High net worth couples, as defined by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, can be defined as those whose assets (excluding primary residences) exceed a million dollars or those Read More

Paternity Questions? Rafool, LLC is Here to Help

Paternity is a sensitive topic, but sometimes Florida residents may have questions. Determining paternity is important, not only for the parents but for the child. Parental support plays a big Read More

Marital Settlement Agreements in Florida

Marital settlement agreements are written and signed contracts by both spouses that outline the terms of the divorce. These agreements will address the issues in your case, including custody and Read More

How to Choose the Right Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is a sensitive matter, with lots of complexities involving children and property. Making sure you have the right legal backing is one of the best ways you can help Read More

Reasons Your Divorce May Be Delayed

While courts are opening back up, the lingering COVID-19 pandemic has delayed court systems, along with numerous other legal processes, including divorce. Divorces that require court appearances or litigation have Read More

Should You Get a Postnuptial Agreement?

If you got married and decided to forgo the prenuptial agreement, you are not alone. Many couples bypass this step of marriage, however, it is one of the most important Read More

Legal Help with Alimony in Divorces

Divorce can be difficult, no matter what you have on the line, but with the right team of legal guidance, you can avoid legal and financial strain. Working with a Read More

Increased Divorce Rates in "Baby Boomer" Generation

Senior adults are not usually the first group of people that come to mind when it comes to divorce. In fact, many younger couples look to seniors as an example Read More

Equitable Distribution in Florida Divorces

Dividing marital property is one of the most important financial aspects of a divorce. Florida is an equitable distribution state, meaning the courts will divide marital assets and debts so Read More

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