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How to Acquire Restraining Orders During a Miami Divorce

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 03, January, 2018

Over 1.7 million restraining orders are issued in the United States each year. If you are involved in a particularly…

5 Common Family Law Issues In Miami

By maritza, In Family Law, On 28, December, 2017

Family law is an umbrella term that includes many different practice areas. But what they all have in common is…

2018 Divorce: 5 Things to Prepare

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 19, December, 2017

With a New Year right around the corner, many people are contemplating making big changes in their life – including…

Introduction to Alimony

By maritza, In Alimony, On 05, December, 2017

Alimony is one of the most commonly misunderstood concepts in Florida divorce law.  Other common terms for alimony include spousal…

Declaring Paternity: Understanding Florida’s Putative Father Registry

By maritza, In Paternity Action, On 30, November, 2017

Not every union results in a match made in heaven.  Sometimes, however, unions do result in pregnancy.  If you believe…

Can I Move My Child Permanently Out of State After a Divorce?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 16, November, 2017

Child custody in a divorce can be an emotional issue, but things can become even more complicated when it comes…

Tips For If You Are Owed Child Support

By maritza, In Child Law, On 06, November, 2017

Child support can get complicated quickly. Child support guidelines broadly state that both parents are legally required to provide support.…

How to Handle a Child Custody Dispute With Your Ex

By maritza, In Child Custody, On 30, October, 2017

Divorce is never easy and even more complicated when a child or children are involved. Child custody is a complicated…

Why Child Custody Mediation May Be the Best Way To Fight For Your Kids

By maritza, In Child Custody, On 25, October, 2017

What happens when you’re in the middle of an ugly child custody battle, and there doesn’t seem to be any…

What Is the Punishment For Not Paying Alimony?

By maritza, In Alimony, On 19, October, 2017

Family court judges determine alimony based on a number of factors, and in some instances the person who has to…

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