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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Four Predictors of Divorce, and What You Can Do

By DeVoe Law Firm |

According to an extensive study done by researchers over a 14 year span, data suggests that nearly 100 percent of the time, there are four behavioral tendencies among couples that can almost surely be harbingers of divorce. Thankfully, Robert Levenson and John Gottman, psychologists at the University of California-Berkely and the University of Washington… Read More »

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Both Parents Equally Important in a Child’s Life

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When it comes to child custody and parenting time agreements, there was once a time when family courts favored the mother over the father. Now, though, St. Johns County Judge John Alexander wants parents to know that things are different. He is taking a fairly hardline approach to the subject, as well. He not… Read More »

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Why Parenting Plans are Important in Divorce

By DeVoe Law Firm |

The children come first. That’s a saying that we hear scattered throughout news articles, commercials, pop culture, public service announcements, and in discussions with friends and family. What does it really mean, though? Well, in the context of recent legislation passed in Florida, it means that parenting plans can be decided by the court… Read More »

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Spotted in Florida? Child Missing in Angry Cape Cod Breakup

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It very well may be the understatement of the century to say that breakups can get nasty, but for one Massachusetts man, his break-up took the worst turn possible, and he is turning to social media to help him make things right. Jeff Leonard and the mother of his child, Shannon Reckner, used to… Read More »

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