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Every state has it’s own laws regarding grounds for divorce.  For Florida residents it is important to know that Florida is a no fault state. This means you don’t need to allege that your spouse engaged in bad behavior (such as adultery) in order to obtain a divorce. Either party can file for divorce by simply…

When facing the difficult and emotional process of going through a divorce it is important to note that Florida is an “equitable distribution” state.  This means that marital property shall be divided in an equitable fashion.  This does not necessarily mean equal but rather what is fair.  In the event a settlement cannot be reached by the divorcing parties, the Court…

Do you spend a substantial amount of time with your children but still pay high child support to your former spouse?  If your last child support calculation was prior to 2011, you may be entitled to a reduction in your child support payments.  This is because in 2011the Florida Legislature changed the child support statute…

A small victory for Grandparents in the State of Florida.  The Florida Supreme Court’s decisions in Von Eiff v. Azicri, 720 So.2d 510 (Fla.1998) and Beagle v Beagle, 678 so 2d 1271 (Fla. 1996), struck down portions of Florida Statutes that gave grandparents visitation rights in Florida.  In Von Eiff, the court held that the government may not interfere in a parent’s decision regarding…

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