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  • Is Legal Separation Available Under Florida Law?
    Is Legal Separation Available Under Florida Law?

    For many reasons, couples in conflict may want to live apart temporarily when they are not prepared to pursue divorce. For example: They might prefer to try to work out their differences while ...

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  • What Are Properties Of A Valid Florida Parenting Plan?
    What Are Properties Of A Valid Florida Parenting Plan?

    Even children living primarily with one parent require the full attention and support of both parents to help them live without undue stress and to develop into responsible, well-adjusted adults. This ...

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  • Can I Pursue Retirement Benefits Earned By My Spouse As Part Of A Florida Divorce Decree?
    Can I Pursue Retirement Benefits Earned By My Spouse As Part Of A Florida Divorce Decree?

    Subject to certain rules, you most likely qualify for retirement benefits your spouse earned while working during the years of your marriage. However, you do not receive benefits automatically. You ...

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  • Does Florida Law Remain In Effect If My Spouse Moves Out Of State Before I File For Divorce?
    Does Florida Law Remain In Effect If My Spouse Moves Out Of State Before I File For Divorce?

    Florida law has a long-arm statute that specifically addresses how to determine when the state courts have jurisdiction over cases involving parties outside of Florida. While you must meet specific ...

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  • What Happens When My Older Children Want To Set Schedules Outside The Plan Approved During FL Divorce?
    What Happens When My Older Children Want To Set Schedules Outside The Plan Approved During FL Divorce?

    If you look back on your childhood, you remember that children grow and learn by expanding the boundaries of control set forth by their parents. Flexibility helps your children become responsible ...

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  • Can An Adoptive Step-Parent Fight For Custody In A Florida Divorce?
    Can An Adoptive Step-Parent Fight For Custody In A Florida Divorce?

    When you have children from a prior marriage and then remarry, you naturally want your current spouse to have a close relationship with the children. Whether your prior spouse is deceased or, in the ...

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