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COVID-19 and Child Support Modifications

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Parents who share custody of their children in the Orlando area have many concerns about how the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19 might impact their time-sharing schedules and other matters pertaining to childcare. For many parents, the pandemic has also resulted in significant job loss, and concerns about making child support payments. As you likely… Read More »

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Top Things to Know About Child Support

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If you are going through a divorce in Orlando and share minor children with your spouse, you should learn more about how child support works in Florida. In the state, Florida statutory law (Fla. Stat. § 61.30) governs most matters pertaining to child support for families in the Orlando area. We routinely assist parents… Read More »

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5 Things to Know About Child Custody in Orlando

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When you are planning to get divorced and share minor children with your spouse, or if you are breaking up with a partner with whom you share minor children, it is important to learn as much as you can about Florida’s child custody laws and how they are likely to impact you. Florida Law… Read More »

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Answers to Some Frequently Asked Questions About Consumer Bankruptcy

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When you are struggling with debt and considering your options, you may be wondering whether consumer bankruptcy is the right choice for you. If you do some brief research into personal bankruptcy, you will learn that there are multiple types of bankruptcy for consumers and that there are eligibility requirements. Sorting out the information… Read More »

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Things to Consider About “Gray Divorce” and the Elderly

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The term “gray divorce” often conjures images of recently retired couples, or those nearing the age of retirement, making the decision to file for divorce in Orlando. In other words, couples in their 50s and early 60s splitting up with the help of a Florida divorce lawyer. For many of these couples, it is… Read More »

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What Should Divorcing Parents Know About Parental Alienation?

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When you are anticipating a divorce and have young children from your marriage, you may be especially concerned about child custody and your rights when it comes to making important decisions about your kids’ lives and spending time with your children. While many courts do begin from a presumption that both parents will play… Read More »

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5 Things to Know About Consumer Bankruptcy Discharges

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If you are considering consumer bankruptcy in Orlando, it is important to have the information you need about bankruptcy discharges. Many people file for bankruptcy under the assumption that a discharge will be automatic and quick, while other consumers do not realize that different types of personal bankruptcy have different timelines for a discharge…. Read More »

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Reassessing Gray Divorce in 2020

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It is a new decade, and Floridians continue to file for divorce. Many of those Orlando residents are nearing retirement, or have already reached their retirement years. Given the high number of older adults in Orlando and throughout the state, it is important to understand some of the unique issues facing Florida residents in… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support in Florida

By Anderson & Ferrin |

If you are getting divorced and have minor children from your marriage, or if you are separating from a partner to whom you are not married but with whom you share minor children, you probably have a variety of questions about child support. Florida law (Fla. Stat. § 61.30) governs child support matters in… Read More »

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Florida Ranks as a Top State for Divorced Fathers

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If you are considering divorce or find yourself in the early stages of a Florida divorce, you may have concerns about child custody. We often work with parents who are worried that they will not be able to see their children as much as they would like once the divorce is finalized, or that… Read More »

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