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  • Is Florida a 50/50 Timesharing State?
    Is Florida a 50/50 Timesharing State?

    Divorce is a stressful time, and even more so when young children are involved. You likely have questions about child custody, and how often you will be able to see your children. You may have heard ...

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  • Using a Postnuptial Agreement to Avoid Divorce
    Using a Postnuptial Agreement to Avoid Divorce

    You have probably heard quite a lot about prenuptial agreements made between two soon-to-be spouses. Did you know there is also a postnuptial agreement – commonly called a postnup – as well? Just like ...

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  • How Much Should a Divorce Trial Cost in Florida?
    How Much Should a Divorce Trial Cost in Florida?

    Your divorce is not being finished in mediation or settlements. It needs to go to trial to get to the bottom of a few matters and to conclude fully. Should you start reaching for your savings account ...

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  • How Long Do I Have to Be a Florida Resident Before I Can File for Divorce?
    How Long Do I Have to Be a Florida Resident Before I Can File for Divorce?

    When you have decided that you have had it up to your ears with your spouse, a speedy divorce might sound better than any vacation imaginable. However, before you rush to the courthouse to get ...

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  • Can You Travel Out of State with Your Child During a Divorce?
    Can You Travel Out of State with Your Child During a Divorce?

    While it may seem like an innocent activity, traveling out of state with your child in the midst of a divorce can have serious consequences. The situation is not so grave if you and your former spouse ...

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  • Can I Move with My Child During a Divorce or Paternity Action?
    Can I Move with My Child During a Divorce or Paternity Action?

    When two exes share children, their paths will continue to cross for years to come as children are the link keeping divorced or separated parents connected whether they like or not. If you have a ...

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