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Does an Affair Affect Who Gets Child Custody?

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Florida is a no-fault divorce state. This means that the couple does not need a reason or to put fault on one spouse to get a divorce. All the couple needs to do is state that the marriage is broken beyond repair and they can proceed with the divorce. The state of Florida courts… Read More »

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What is a Reasonable Time Sharing Setup

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Time sharing after a divorce in Florida In the state of Florida, child custody and visitation is referred to as time-sharing. The courts believe that it is usually always in the best interest of the child to have equal time-sharing schedules, and you should have a plan that shows when your child spends time… Read More »

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What is a Reasonable Time Sharing Setup

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Time sharing after a divorce in Florida In the state of Florida, child custody and visitation is referred to as time-sharing. The courts believe that it is usually in the best interest of the child to have equal time-sharing schedules, and you should have a plan that shows when your child spends time with… Read More »

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How does the Court Determine the Level of Child Support in a Divorce?

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In a divorce that involves children, child support is almost unavoidable. One parent will almost always be required to make payments to the other parent in order to help support their child. But many people going through a divorce don’t understand how the amount of child support is calculated and determined. If you’re going… Read More »

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Should I Choose an Aggressive Custody Lawyer?

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Legal battles over children are never easy. Acting in the best interest of the child is always the first priority. But how do you decide if you need an aggressive custody lawyer? The answer usually lies in your situation and can usually be answered easily. But there are a few things you should consider… Read More »

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Legal Differences Between Voluntary and Contested Relocation with Children

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In today’s economy it has become increasingly common for people to relocate for stable jobs and other financial support. This can become difficult for divorced people who share custody of their children. If a divorced couple that shares custody of their children needs to relocate over 50 miles away from the other parent, a… Read More »

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