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Category Archives: Child Support

2 Things to Remember When Going Through a Divorce With Children

Getting married and becoming a parent are joyous times in your life. If you need to file for divorce because your marriage is no longer working, you can still be the best parent you can to your children. Going through a divorce when you have children can make the process a little more stressful for […]

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What is Included in Child Support?

Once you file for divorce from your spouse, you are probably wondering what exactly child support payments can cover. The answer to that varies depending on the child because each child has different needs. However, we have listed some of the basic things that child support can contribute too. Education Whether your child is in […]

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What is a Marital Settlement Agreement?

Tampa Divorce Attorneys are routinely asked by their Clients about the meaning of the term “Marital Settlement Agreement” during the course of litigation.  Many folks have frankly heard the term either through the litigation in their own case or through their own research on the internet on websites, like our site. A Marital Settlement Agreement […]

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What does the phrase Attorney-Client Privilege Mean?

Many Tampa attorneys in their initial consultation with their clients will use the phrase “attorney-client” privilege. This phrase is referring to the confidentiality between the attorney and their client regarding the matters discussed and exchanged during their meetings. Obviously, this is a far more complex subject than the simple one-sentence definition I provided above, so […]

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What to look for in a divorce attorney Tampa?

Anyone who watches TV or drives the roads of Tampa Bay knows that there are thousands of attorneys handling a variety of cases throughout the Tampa Bay area There is a large selection of Tampa Bay Divorce attorneys that can handle your divorce or family law matters; however, we recommend folks consider four qualities when […]

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How does a domestic violence injunction affect my Tampa family law case?

Tampa family law attorneys are constantly asked about the interplay between domestic violence injunctions and family law matters because recently they seem to always be one and the same.  For example, it appears that in nearly every Tampa divorce our firm is handling, a domestic violence injunction is either considered or filed by either of […]

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Tampa Divorce Attorney: Does it matter if I’m having an affair during divorce case?

As a Tampa Divorce Attorney, this is a question often raised by folks going through a divorce, who are interested in dating or have already begun dating.  Many people are concerned having an affair during divorce could affect the results of their divorce case.   Tampa divorce attorneys are often asked about the potential impact of […]

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Wesley Chapel Divorce Attorney: Who pays for mediation in my Tampa family law case?

Who pays for mediation is generally one of the last issues to arise prior to the completion of mediation.  Wesley Chapel Divorce Attorneys are often asked about the cost of mediation in their family law case.  As we’ve discussed elsewhere on our family law blog, mediation is required in the overwhelming majority of family law cases […]

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Why do we have to mediate our Tampa family law case?

Tampa divorce attorneys are constantly asked by their clients why it’s necessary to mediate and pay a mediator, when they know that they will not agree on anything. In short, the temporary standing order from the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, which we discussed extensively elsewhere on our Tampa divorce attorney blog, requires parties to do so. […]

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