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5 Factors to Avoid During Prenuptial Agreements

By maritza, In Family Law, On 16, April, 2015

A prenuptial agreement—often called a “prenup”—is a legal contract that deals with a married couple’s financial-related assets and liabilities and…

Can You Modify Your Child Support Order?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 10, April, 2015

There may come a time you need to modify your child support order, whether it was because your income has…

How to Make a 50/50 Parenting Plan Work

By maritza, In Family Law, On 01, April, 2015

Traditionally, parenting plans have one primary parent and another getting visitation. But, for some families, it makes more sense to…

Alimony and Taxes: What You Need to Know

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 03, March, 2015

Tax time is officially here, which means it is time to report income and expenditures and hopefully receive a refund.…

My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support, What Do I Do?

By maritza, In Family Law, On 02, March, 2015

It can be frustrating when your ex refuses or cannot pay child support. While it is easier for you to…

How to Establish Paternity if You are Unmarried

By maritza, In Paternity Action, On 25, February, 2015

When a child is born in a marriage, it is presumed that the husband is the paternal father of the…

How Complicated is Your Divorce?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 17, February, 2015

Although Florida is a no-fault divorce state, there are those cases that are more complicated than others. A pitched legal…

Do You Need a Postnup?

By maritza, In Family Law, On 12, February, 2015

Prenuptial agreements are becoming increasingly common among couples engaged to be married. This is because men and women are both…

Does Same-Sex Marriage in Florida Mean Same-Sex Divorce?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 06, February, 2015

The Tampa Bay Times recently reported that the overturned prohibition of same-sex marriage in Florida not only allows for same-sex…

Why Establishing Paternity is Crucial for Everyone

By maritza, In Paternity Action, On 05, February, 2015

In family law, paternity is a central issue. When two people are going through a divorce questions concerning paternity are…

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