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Collaborative Divorce: How it all works out

Florida family law is quite gender-neutral, and courts believe that the best environment for a child to grow in is one in which the parents of the child are both involved in the child's life. But when it comes to having a child out of marriage, the father of the child is not always favored when it comes to getting visitation and child custody; at least not without a fight...

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Common Mistakes In Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation is an opportunity for couples that want to have a consensus about their separation and all the processes involved, to have a go at it. Couples get to willingly decide in what and what not they want from the divorce. This process is simple and can be done right, however due to some cogent reasons, it could as well be done wrong...

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Tips for a viable Post Marital Agreement

A Post Marital agreement is an agreement signed by both spouses during a marriage that alters or amends the rights and responsibilities of each spouse to the other, which is in contrast to a Pre-Marital agreement that is signed before the marriage...

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Can Unmarried Fathers Obtain Custody?

Florida family law is quite gender-neutral, and courts believe that the best environment for a child to grow in is one in which the parents of the child are both involved in the child's life. But when it comes to having a child out of marriage, the father of the child is not always favored when it comes to getting visitation and child custody; at least not without a fight...

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5 Things Not to Do on Social Media during Divorce

We live in the digital age and a good number of us have taken solace in making social media a second world. While social media is a fun place to share things; where people share things going on with them, good or bad; it remains a platform that must be used with caution, especially if you are going through a divorce...

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Divorce Threats: what Should You Do?

Fights are inevitable in marriage and couples fight. But if during arguments or fights, one partner starts threatening the other with divorce then, there is a big problem that needs to be dealt with as soon as possible. As stressful and demanding as marriage can be, nobody ever wants to go through the stress of divorce...

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Bringing Up the topic of Prenuptial Agreement

As much as marriage is a union borne out of love, an intertwining of families, lifestyle and all other things that make up the lives of different people, finance is one of the most Important aspects of marriage that must be discussed. A lot of unions have crashed because of money issues, and after the marriage has ended, the problem of money continues to exist...

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What happens if a parent does not abide by a child custody plan?

Divorce comes with its drama, and if a child is involved, it takes the process longer and more complex. As a family law practice in Orlando, we have seen heated divorce cases with child custody battles that dragged on for long even after the divorce has been finalized. After a parenting plan has been established for some couples, it so happens that some parents refuse to obey the child custody order given by the court...

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What Impact Does Losing Your Job Have On Child Support

Calculating child support is done based on the income you make and being able to pay for child support depends on your continued employment. But sometimes, things happen that you don't expect and losing a job is one of those things, what then do you do? Does your child support payment disappear? Do you ignore because you may be unable to keep up with the payments?...

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How to Find Out Hidden Income and Assets in Divorce Cases

A common issue that comes up in family law practice in Winter Park is the issue of hiding assets and income by a party in a divorce case. When one spouse raises their concern that the other spouse is hiding their income or assets, as an experienced firm that engages in family law practice in Winter Park, there are specific ways to find this out...

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Does Your Child Need Divorce Therapy?

Divorce is a tough process, and it takes its toll on not only the couple but their children as well. As a family law practice in Orlando with enough experience, we have seen firsthand, divorce happening in seemingly solid marriages. Now, imagine a healthy, happy marriage that suddenly took a nosedive, what effects do you think that will have on the children? Your guess is right; it cannot be easy on the children...

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Does A Father Have Visitation Right If His Name Is Not on The Child’s Birth Certificate?

ANot all fathers are deadbeats, and a lot of absent fathers did not choose to be. In a lot of cases, most of them were led to believe that they have no rights to visit their child because their name is not on the birth certificated. This misconception has made a lot of fathers miss out on having a relationship with their child...Read More

Do I Really Need A will for Division of Assets?

That’s a very good question to ask as much as any Family Law Practice in Orlando is concerned. But if you really want to know why you need a will or not, ask yourself this other question: what will happen if I don’t have a will? From that point, you will come to know more about the necessity of having a will or not have a will.

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Legal coaching—what does it offer?

Talking about legal coaching, it is a concept that is relatively new to the world of Family Law Practice in Winter Park. Just a few things had been written about it. The term legal coaching entails the help offered by lawyers to people who will be acting for themselves in matters relating to family law. It is a process that seeks to instill in them skills so they can improve their outcome and commitment...

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Self-Reps: The 5 things that judges hate in family Law courts

As much as a family law practice in Altamonte Springs is concerned, there are some surprising mistakes self-reps and lawyers do that affect their case negatively. They are there in court trying to persuade and convince the judge, but too often, they end up annoying the very person they want to influence, even without realizing it. ...

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