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Motion for Temporary Custody in Florida

Cases can take a while to clear up once they must go to court, but this is especially true for family law cases. While your family waits to see how Read More

Annulment Vs. Divorce

Both annulments and divorces dissolve the marriage. However, the method in which they do so is different. Where annulments treat the marriage as if it never existed, divorces are still Read More

Annulment in Florida

Where divorces dissolve a marriage, annulments declare them void because it was never validly created. The standards for annulment differ from divorce. Divorce only needs one spouse to declare the Read More

What Happens to Retirement Accounts During Divorce?

Divorce can bring many questions about what your retirement will look like. Many will wonder if they will still be able to retire as they had always planned or if Read More

Keeping the Peace During the Holidays

Child visitation drop-offs and pick-ups can be difficult no matter what time of the year it is, but it can be especially challenging for families during the holiday season. Holiday Read More

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

Ground for Divorce in Florida

Thankfully, divorce laws have become more lenient over the last fifty years. Compared to half a century ago, every state in the United States has a no-fault option for divorce, 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

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