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Archive for the ‘Family Lawyer’ Category

Consequences for Refusing to Pay Alimony in Florida
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If you don’t pay the alimony you are legally required to pay, stiff consequences await you under Florida law. Below, we’re going to discuss these consequences and let you know how to get help.
 
Alimony Law in Florida
 
A judge may require that alimony be paid to one of the spouses after divorce. This alimony payment is based on the circumstances surrounding the divorce, including the following:… Read More [+]


Preparing to Meet Your Florida Family Lawyer
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It pays to prepare well for your first meeting with a family lawyer. No matter what your need may be, advance preparation can save you time and money.
 
Here are the best ways to prepare for your first family law meeting.
 
Get Your Facts Straight – and Stick to Them
 
Taking an objective stance on emotional issues can be difficult, but it’s the wisest route when… Read More [+]


Why a Florida Family Law Attorney Is Better Than a Divorce Lawyer
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Category: Divorce | Family Lawyer

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The most important thing in life is our family. Therefore, when legal matters such as divorce or separation interfere with family life, it is imperative to make sure that your family is in good hands.
 
If you are currently considering or in the process of a divorce or separation from your partner, you have likely shopped for lawyers, and were probably surprised to learn how many types of… Read More [+]


Don’t Be Scared to Get a Divorce: How People Move On
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If you’re thinking about getting a divorce, but you’re afraid you won’t be able to rebuild your life afterward, you aren’t alone. It’s quite common for people who are considering divorce to worry that life might be harder if they end up going through with it.
 
However, while you should absolutely think hard before taking that step, you also can’t allow your fear to prevent you from getting… Read More [+]


“Donative Intent” and Other Family Law Terms for Floridians
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Entering into a family law case can be confusing, whether you are signing a prenup, getting a divorce, or distributing marital property. There are lots of complex legal processes and strange terms that you need to understand if you don’t want to make a rash decision based on misinformation.
 
Let’s look at divorce cases and how property can be distributed specifically. While most divorce cases can be finalized within… Read More [+]