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How Can A Domestic Violence Attorney Help In A Domestic Violence Case?

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A domestic violence attorney can help victims of domestic violence. He or she can also help people who have been falsely accused of domestic violence. Domestic violence attorneys understand how domestic violence can tear families apart. He or she also understands how false allegations of domestic violence can adversely impact people’s lives. If you… Read More »

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When Do Florida Courts Order Supervised Timesharing?

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In Florida, the courts only order supervised timesharing when it is absolutely necessary. Usually, it is necessary for a judge to order supervised timesharing if such an arrangement is required to protect the safety and health of the child or children. Below, we explain how courts in Florida view timesharing, the meaning of supervised… Read More »

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Can A Child Testify In A Florida Divorce Case?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

If you are about to get a Florida divorce and have a minor child, you may be wondering if children can testify in a Florida divorce case. Perhaps you are hoping that your child can testify in your case. Or maybe you’re feeling frustrated at the thought that your child might be asked to… Read More »

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What Are The Grounds For Divorce In Florida?

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When a person initiates divorce proceedings, he or she must indicate his or her reason for wanting to end his or her marriage. Many years ago, a person could raise different grounds for divorce in Florida, including cruelty, adultery, desertion, and violence. All that changed, and today Florida is one of the many “no-fault”… Read More »

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What Is Spousal Cyber Spying?

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Over the past few years, cases of spousal abuse have become more rampant. Recently, the American Journal of Emergency Medicine has found that domestic abuse cases increased by up to 33% globally. But aside from the more widely publicized instances that entail physical violence, another form of abuse has become more widespread: spousal cyber… Read More »

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Sealing Divorce Records In Florida

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Court records, including divorce records, are public in Florida. This means that after a Florida divorce, anyone who wants to view information connected to your divorce can visit the courthouse and request to view your file. Of course, for most divorced couples, it is unlikely that someone will go to the courthouse and ask… Read More »

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What If My Spouse Does Not Make Enough Money To Pay Alimony – Is There Anything I Can Do?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

As divorce attorneys, we often deal with alimony issues. When litigating alimony, we evaluate the statutory factors to determine if a spouse is eligible for alimony.  If a spouse if otherwise eligible to receive alimony, we then evaluate a requesting spouse’s financial need vs. the paying party’s ability to pay. Within this process, we… Read More »

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Important Things Florida Residents Need To Know About Divorce

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Every state has different rules surrounding divorce. As a Florida resident, you need to understand the specific rules that apply to Florida divorces. This article discusses some important things Florida residents need to know about divorce. No-fault Divorce State Florida is a no-fault divorce state which means, when seeking a divorce in Florida, a… Read More »

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Some Basics On Rehabilitative Alimony In Florida

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In Florida, during a divorce, the court may order one party to pay the other alimony. Generally, before the court grants alimony, it must determine that one party needs alimony payments and the other can make payments. After the court determines a need and ability to pay, it then decides if the other statutory… Read More »

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Can You Legally Avoid Paying Child Support In Florida?

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In Florida, child support can be imposed on either parent after parents get divorced. Child support can also be imposed on a parent after paternity has been established. If you got divorced from your child’s other parent and were ordered to pay child support, or if you were ordered to pay child support after… Read More »

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