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Monthly Archives: March 2016

How Divorce Affects Your Health

By DeVoe Law Firm |

While it is widely known that divorce is both uncomfortable and unenjoyable for those who go through it, many do not know about the health effects divorce can cause. There is much debate about this, but according to prevention.com, divorce can actually cause a slew of health concerns. We will break a few of those… Read More »

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Lawmakers Try to Get Approval for Another Alimony Overhaul

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Florida lawmakers are, again, trying to push a bill past Governor Rick Scott that will overhaul the current child support standards. This is the second time the lawmakers are trying to get Governor Rick Scott to approve this alimony bill. Changing How Time-Sharing in Florida is Determined The new bill includes a large section… Read More »

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When Can Florida Child Support Go Beyond Age 18?

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Child support is often a mandatory aspect of a divorce or separation of any kind when minor children are involved. A child support order is the court’s means making sure a minor is consistently provided for financially. Even if a parent is not physically present in a child’s life, the state of Florida orders… Read More »

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What is Simplified Dissolution of a Marriage in Florida?

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When marriages don’t work out, there are a few different ways to end the marriage: annulment, divorce, and simplified dissolution of a marriage, are some of the ways. Many people don’t quite know what a simplified dissolution of a marriage is. In short, a simplified dissolution of marriage is quicker and generally pre-agreed upon… Read More »

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