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How to Get More Alimony

If your current alimony payment is not meeting your financial needs, you may have legal options available. Florida law allows you to modify certain types of alimony payments whether they were awarded by the court or mutually agreed to. Durational, Permanent, and Rehabilitative alimony can be modified unless the parties have agreed otherwise. When parties […]

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Tampa Divorce Attorney: Restraining Orders Are Not Interchangeable

When two people dissolve what was once a loving relationship, emotions can run high. Just ask any Tampa divorce attorney and chances are, he or she will agree. Why? According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s statistics, more than 16,000 people in the U.S. alone are killed or physically injured each year at the hands […]

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Tampa Divorce Lawyer Discusses Tax Implications of Support Orders

Before long, many Floridians will be sharpening their pencils and pulling out the calculators in an attempt to figure out their yearly tax returns. With that said, our Tampa divorce lawyer wanted to spend a few moments talking about the tax implications posed by alimony and child support orders. Let’s start with alimony and move on […]

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Alimony Orders in Florida: The Importance of Making One’s Case Early On

In recent years, the State of Florida’s alimony laws have come under intense scrutiny. Many people are calling for its reform while others fight against the proposed changes. Nonetheless, as it stands now, the rules governing alimony are spelled out in Civil Practice and Procedure Statute 61.08, Chapter 61. They state that either spouse may request […]

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Rules-of-Thumb for Child Time Sharing

One of the hot button issues for any divorce where children are involved is child time sharing. Of course, especially where the divorce is not amicable, disputes arise about how frequent and how long visits will be between parents. If joint custody is awarded and the child spends significant time with each parent, bonds can […]

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Dealing with Child Time Sharing Issues: When Modifications are Necessary

Child time sharing issues can be a tricky thing during parts of the year, especially during the holidays when family time is important with each parent. When you have kids, deciding who has more access to them can be a stressful situation, especially when it’s supposed to stay permanent. However, modifications are a common occurrence […]

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Child Time Sharing: Florida Exceptions for Military Parents

Florida recognizes the concept of child time sharing rather than custody. This time sharing can be awarded equally between the mother and father, or one parent may be given “majority time sharing.” Time sharing can be complicated under ordinary circumstances, but it can become even more complex when one or both parents serve in the […]

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