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Effective January 29, 2024, all persons who have or call a cell phone or telephone number, (including our office number), in area code 904, must dial all ten digits when placing a call, i.e., the area code plus the number, including calls within the same area code. We recommend everyone begin the new dialing practice now to ensure success when calling the office. Thank you.

Monthly Archives: January 2024


Social Media and Divorce: What You Should Know

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If you are planning to get divorced in Florida, it is critical to consider the impact that social media could have on your case. While you might be focused on issues like property division or support, you need to keep in mind that social media is often connected to many other aspects of a… Read More »

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Do I Need To Prove Fault in a Florida Divorce Case?

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If you are considering a divorce, you may be asking yourself many questions. One of the questions you may be asking yourself is if you need to prove fault in your divorce case. In the United States of America, there are two different types of divorce, i.e., no-fault divorce and fault divorce. In a… Read More »

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Getting Ready for Divorce

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When a decision to file for divorce has been made, it is important to realize that much preparation goes into the process, no matter who files or when the divorce is filed. If you are in a situation where you are planning to file for divorce or you anticipate your spouse will file, it… Read More »

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In Florida, per applicable statutes, all marital assets and liabilities are “identified as such” on the date the divorce action is filed. The court follows the presumption is that all marital property will be divided equally; however, this presumption is rebuttable.  Therefore, even though the court will ascertain which assets are marital and which… Read More »

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