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Why Hire a Florida Board-Certified Divorce Expert?

Knowing who to trust with your divorce or other family law matter can be difficult. Many attorneys may advertise their services in your area. The decision to pursue a divorce can already be an ...
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The Financial Side of Divorce

Once you decide to get a divorce in Florida, you and your spouse will be required to provide mandatory disclosures to the court regarding your finances. This means that both of you will need to ...
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What to Do if You or Your Spouse Need to Relocate

When a married couple with children together gets divorced, the relationship does not end with the finalized divorce agreement. While the two parties are no longer spouses, they of course are still ...
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Bill Which Helps Domestic Violence Victims is on the Final Stretch to Full Approval

State Bill AB284 met with unanimous approval in the Nevada Senate recently. The bill is aimed at helping domestic violence victims by making it possible for a victim to terminate a lease or their ...
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Relocating Children after a Divorce in New Jersey

The issue of relocation for a divorced parent who has custody of minor children can be a difficult one. By relocating children to another state, for example, the noncustodial parent's relationship ...
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Enforcing a Divorce Agreement in California

Once a California divorce has been finalized through the courts with an agreement, the divorced parties must comply with the terms of the agreement. Often, this doesn't happen. A custodial mother ...
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California Restraining Orders in Family Law

The state of California has various types of protective orders, also known as restraining orders, which the courts can provide to protect individuals and / or their children from abuse and harassment. ...
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Obtaining a No-Fault Divorce in South Carolina

While some states allow for a swifter no-fault divorce resolution, the laws in South Carolina regarding granting a divorce are different. A divorce will not be granted on the basis that the marriage ...
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Wife Seeks Protective Order, Considers Divorce Two Months after Wedding

A.D. married her boyfriend, J.S., of 15 months but may now be headed to a divorce after only two months of marriage. A.D., 46, and J.S., 28, were married in Las Vegas in early April. She told friends ...
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Missouri Child Support Facts

Child support payments consist of financial assistance from one parent to the other to help pay for the needs and expenses of a child. In Missouri, child support payments will continue until the child ...
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How Your Property is Divided in a Missouri Divorce

The state of Missouri adheres to the legal rule of "equitable distribution" when it comes to divorce. This means that your marital assets and property will be divided as fairly and ...
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Enforcing California Divorce Agreements

Divorce agreements may contain judgments concerning child custody, child support, and spousal support. These are court orders which are intended to be followed and, where they are not, certain legal ...
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Modifications of California Child Custody Orders

Child custody orders may require changes in the years following their initiation. The court has ongoing authority to modify custody orders at any time based on what it perceives to be in the best ...
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Florida Alimony Legislation Vetoed by Governor

An alimony reform bill expected to succeed was vetoed by Florida's Governor just hours before it would have gone into effect. The Governor vetoed the bill early in May due to objections to the ...
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Parenting Plans in Florida Divorce Cases

In 2009, the Florida legislature turned "child custody" into "timesharing." This legal concept was designed to make the process of determining issues concerning children less ...
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Sherman Oaks Couple Enjoys Living Apart

L.H. and her husband say they have been happily married and living apart for most of their marriage. They have been married for seven years, have a five-year-old daughter together and live about four ...
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Would You Be Benefited by a Cohabitation Agreement?

There are many couples in Tampa and throughout the state, and the nation for that matter, who choose to remain unmarried but not because of a lack of commitment to one another. Everyone has their own ...
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Understanding Asset and Debt Division in a Divorce

Per California law and unless you have a valid prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, all property, assets and debts acquired after marriage belong jointly to both spouses. Therefore, if the couple goes ...
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High-End “Divorce Parties” Continue Gaining Popularity in LV

More and more divorcees seem to be attracted to the growing trend of holding divorce parties in Las Vegas. Getting married is definitely an occasion for celebration and partying with friends and ...
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Mediation in a California Divorce

While some divorces may have fewer issues to handle before they can be finalized, almost every divorce can be said to be a complicated matter due to the importance it has to the parties involved. ...
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