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Monthly Archives: January 2024


Busting Five Myths About Divorce in Orlando

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Divorce is very common today and most people know someone who has gone through the process, or they have been through it themselves. Due to this, people with good intentions often give advice about another person’s divorce. However, no two marriages are exactly alike and the same holds true for divorce cases. While people… Read More »

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Child Custody FAQs

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If you are in the middle of a child custody dispute, you are likely very worried about the possible outcome. Of all the different types of disputes that can arise within a family, those involving child custody are some of the most emotional and complex. These disputes are also governed by many different laws… Read More »

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What is the Average Child Support Payment in Orlando?

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Every parent in Orlando, and throughout all of Florida, is expected to financially support their children until a child turns 18 years old. Child support can be extended until a child’s 19th birthday if they turn 18 and are still in high school. During a divorce, the court will typically award child support to… Read More »

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What to Include in Your Prenuptial Agreement

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If you are planning to get married, having a prenuptial agreement in place can offer a great deal of protection and reassurance. If you and your fiancé have already talked about drafting this type of legal contract, you have already made great strides in making sure your future is protected. If you have already… Read More »

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The Stepparent Adoption Process in Orlando

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Stepparent adoptions are very special, and they are a blessing for the entire family. Adoptions involving stepparents give both the stepparent and the biological parent equal parenting rights. Legally, a stepparent adoption makes it as though both parties are the child’s biological parents. After the adoption, changes to the birth certificate will reflect the… Read More »

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