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Thursday,
April 28, 2016.
posted in Family Law

Florida governor speaks out about family law issues

Raising a family in today’s world is obviously not without its challenges. Many children are forced to adapt to new lifestyles after their parents divorce, often causing a variety of personal complications. In a recent move that surprised many, the governor of Florida spoke out about family law issues after vetoing a bill that had...

Thursday,
April 28, 2016.
posted in Family Law

Family law issues often continue after divorce

In Florida and throughout the nation, many married couples who divorce continue to face legal challenges afterward regarding the future care and upbringing of their children. Some situations become increasingly complicated and stressful, especially with regard to scheduled meetings for supervised visits or dropping children off to go with their non-custodial parents. A new program...

Thursday,
April 28, 2016.
posted in Family Law
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Embryos pose a challenge for family law courts

When a Florida couple is unable to reach an agreement on how to divide their shared assets, the matter often ends up going before a court. This is true for married couples, as well as for those who have simply lived together for a period of time. The laws of each state address the division...

Thursday,
April 21, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Alimony subject of contention following Hasselhoff divorce

Couples who formally end their marriages in court are not always able to move forward in life without continuing disagreements. Often, various issues arise following divorce that land former spouses back inside courtrooms. Fans in Florida and throughout the nation likely still keep tabs on Hollywood star, David Hasselhoff, who apparently is facing such legal challenges regarding...

Thursday,
April 14, 2016.
posted in Child Support

Understanding Florida law regarding child support

When married couples choose to divorce in Florida, the parent who gains physical custody of the children may have need of financial support for the children’s care. Child support laws are strictly enforced in the state. A parent seeking child support is advised to act with the guidance of an experienced family law attorney to make...

Friday,
April 01, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Divorce challenges can be overcome through recovery program

For those who are going through a divorce and those who have obtained a final decree, the transition is notorious for producing bad decisions. It is perfectly acceptable for someone wrapping up a divorce action to ask for help in going forward. One program in Florida gives hope to some divorcees that they will find a stronger...

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