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Monthly Archives: January 2016

What is a Guardian ad Litem?

By DeVoe Law Firm |

A Guardian ad Litem is a person appointed by the court whose job is to investigate the the household and look further into a situation beyond the courtroom. After looking into a situation, the Guardian ad Litem would return to the court, advising on issues like where the children should live, whether the children… Read More »

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What to Expect in Divorce Court

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Unfortunate as it is, relationships can deteriorate over time, to the extent that the two spouses agree the best solution is to go their own ways. When a marriage deteriorates in this manner, the result is typically a divorce, which is the legal dissolution of a marriage and all of the assets associated with… Read More »

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Does Infidelity Affect your Florida Divorce Case?

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Divorce is usually an unpleasant experience, but it can be made worse when infidelity is involved. Infidelity or adultery can make a sensitive divorce case even more complex. How does infidelity affect divorce cases in the state of Florida? Every case is different. Rulings in divorces are case-specific and depend on unique situations. In regards to… Read More »

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Should a Florida Man with Dementia Be Able to File for Divorce?

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A $10 million lawsuit occurring in Florida currently is rooted in the question, “should a man with dementia be able to file for divorce?” The man with dementia, who is worth more than $10 million, is caught in the middle between his children and wife. The man decided to divorce his wife, but the… Read More »

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