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Child support law in Florida is an equal opportunity obligation
Some Floridians still believe that the mother usually gets custody of a couple’s children after a divorce, but this is not so.
What is a Retainer Fee?
When an attorney says-retainer fee-what does that mean?
Divorcing Florida couples who own a business may benefit by mediation
Florida couples often go into business together. When the relationship is going well, the business usually does as well. Yet when that relationship ends in divorce, the business can go downhill fast.
A new concept called a “wedlease” may be in the future of Florida family law mediation
Many couples in Florida and elsewhere may have read about a concept called a “wedlease.”
Florida’s divorce mediation process works better when parties agree to get along
Traditional divorces, with their courtroom battles, high costs, and adversarial atmosphere, are falling out of favor with Florida couples who are getting divorces.
Some benefits may count as income under Florida’s child support laws
There are occasional situations in which a Florida non-custodial parent will need to file a petition with a court to reduce the amount that she or he owes every month for child support.
Florida Couples Can Overcome Anxiety About Finances in Divorce Proceedings
Florida residents who are getting a divorce often feel a sense of fear about the process.
Simplifying Investor Relations & Equity Crowd Funding
How To Simplify And Manage Investor Relations When Raising Capital Online Through A Crowd Funding Portal Under Rule 506(c) Of Regulation D
Expunctions: A Clean Slate
A conviction used to be a scarlet letter that would follow its owner for the rest of his or her life. Now, for some, that can change.
If You Have Not Divorced in Mexico, Can You Remarry in the United States?
If you have not divorced in Mexico, but you remarried in the United States, could this affect you? In short, yes. If you are married to another person anywhere in the world, you may not marry again until your first marriage is formally ended.
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