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Collaborative Divorce Vs. Mediation: Which Is The Right Option For You?

Monthly Archives: November 2021

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Collaborative Divorce Vs. Mediation: Which Is The Right Option For You?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

You probably have heard many things about mediation and collaborative divorce. Therefore, if you are about to get a divorce, you might be feeling confused about which option to choose. So, which option between mediation and collaborative divorce is right for you? Simply put, which option is right for you is determined by; the… Read More »

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Child Support In Florida: 5 Frequently Asked Questions

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If you are a parent who is about to get divorced, you probably have many questions concerning divorce-related issues on your mind right now. As a parent, one issue that is most likely raising questions in your mind is the issue of child support. Many people contact the Lasky Law Firm with questions about… Read More »

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Pets And Visitation

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For many years, divorcing couples have wanted to fight for “custody” of the family pet or pets; however, these couples were frustrated by the law.  As a general rule, legislation in all states has historically considered pets as property, just like couches and cars.  Thus, since pets are property, the court does not have… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Parenting Courses

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When it comes to divorce cases, there are several things that parents need to do to ensure they get a favorable outcome. For example, in Florida, parents of minor children are required to take parenting courses before they can obtain a court-ordered final divorce judgment. While you might feel like this requirement questions your… Read More »

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