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Prenuptial Agreements in the State of Florida

A Prenuptial Agreement in Divorce - also known as Prenup for short - is a written contract made by two parties before their marriage. This agreement lists all property and Read More

A Brief Look at Establishing Paternity

Determining a child's paternity is done for multiple reasons. To collect child support payments, the mother may seek the paternity of her child. The father may want paternity rights to Read More

What Happens With Alimony When Remarrying?

The consequences of cohabitation or remarriage and alimony payments may be considered by the Florida courts. It may have an effect on the commitments of their ex-spouse to pay spousal Read More

Should You Change Your Name?

You have the choice of reverting to your maiden name at the end of the divorce proceedings. This process is typically cost-free in the state of Florida when the divorce Read More

Signs Indicating Children Aren’t Coping Well With Divorce

When children are not coping with divorce, what signs can help a parent make a note? Their conduct is the best predictor. Divorce is more than simply the dissolution of Read More

What You Should Know Before Filing for Divorce

It’s often said that a little preparation can go a long way in making things easier, and a Florida divorce is no exception. As you get ready to navigate this Read More

Is It Possible Your Child May Have to Testify?

In your divorce or custody case, it is disturbing and maybe even upsetting to think about your child having to take the stand in court. The concerns that your child Read More

Does a Florida Divorce Involve Parenting Classes?

Parents who are pursuing divorce litigation are expected to take a divorce parenting class under Florida law. The class is needed because after the divorce, parental disputes occur too frequently Read More

Moving With Your Child in 2021

Perhaps you’ve decided that you’ll be moving in 2021 and bringing your child along. Maybe you found a new job opportunity or you’ve decided to move into a larger home. Read More

Enjoying the Holidays Following Divorce

The holidays are usually a time for friends and family togetherness. However, after you split, the holiday season can sound anything but cheerful. Here are a few tips that may Read More

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