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What is the Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

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If you are considering consumer bankruptcy in Florida, you likely are wondering whether you should file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. These are the two most common types of personal bankruptcy, and both types of bankruptcy have benefits and limitations. At the same time, both types of bankruptcy also have eligibility requirements… Read More »

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Five Ways to Enforce Child Support Obligations in Orange County

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In Florida, most residential parents count on child support money to provide a better standard of living for the children. But less than half of these obligees receive the full amount of support. When obligors fall behind, the state can technically take action to enforce the child support order. But overworked government bureaucrats can… Read More »

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What to Expect in an Orange County Divorce

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After it skyrocketed in the wake of the early 1970s no-fault divorce revolution, the divorce rate has declined 16 percent since 2008. Still, divorce is about twice as common today as it was a generation ago. When it happens, divorce affects more than just the parents and the children. It also affects people like… Read More »

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Five Reasons You Should Establish Legal Paternity

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The social taboo which discouraged unmarried women from having children is clearly no longer in play in Orlando. Today, 40 percent of Florida babies are born out of wedlock. The percentage is even higher among non-white people (53 percent among Latinos and 71 percent among blacks). If you were the father of an out-of-wedlock… Read More »

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What to Look for When Hiring an Orlando Divorce Attorney.

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What to look for when hiring an Orlando Divorce Attorney. If you find yourself in a position where you are thinking about getting a divorce or have been served with divorce papers you maybe wondering what to do now.  the first thing I would suggest is to take a deep breath and know that… Read More »

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Dependency Exemptions and Child Tax Credit Changes

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Dependency Exemptions and Child Tax Credit Changes. How will the new tax bill effect your divorce or custody case when children are involved? This is a good question. There are three main areas that are subject to change. 1. Alimony 2. Itemized Deductions and 3. Dependency Exemptions and Child Tax Credit.  We discussed alimony… Read More »

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Equitable Distribution in a Divorce

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Equitable Distribution in a Divorce If you are have gone through, are currently going through or will in the future go through a divorce this is a term that you have heard or should know about. Equitable Distribution in a divorce has to do with the distribution of marital assets and marital liabilities.  Florida… Read More »

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Court vs Collaboration

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Court vs. Collaboration. Have you heard people talking about handling their divorce through Collaborative law? This is a topic that is becoming more popular these days.  Here is some information on the matters. TRADITIONAL COURT With a traditional contested divorce case, you would file your case through the Courts and proceed with litigation.  One… Read More »

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GAL vs Social Investigators

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GAL vs Social Investigators.  Have you ever wondered what they are or what the difference is? if you are involved in a custody case you may want to think about one of these options. Here is some general information about them. GAL (Guardian Ad Litem) A Guardian Ad Litem is a someone the court… Read More »

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Paternity: Legal or Biological Parent. Which one wins?

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Whether a child is born during a marriage or not makes a difference in how paternity is handled.  the law states that a child born during the marriage is presumed to be a child of the marriage.  Therefore, if the Husband is not the child’s biological father the marital status could trump the biological… Read More »

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