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Blog Posts in 2015

  • So, How Long Will My Divorce or Paternity Case Take?

    if you are the PETITIONER in your action you can expect your case to follow the approximate time frames listed below. From our retention to completion of the minimum initial documents needed to file ...

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  • Abandonment of the Home, This Divorce Myth is BUSTED!

    Myth: If one person moves out of the marital home they have abandoned it and have no legal right to it, or any profits or any liabilities associated with it. Fact: A home purchased during a marriage ...

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  • Got an Agreement to Sell the Marital Home? The Devil is in the Details. Here are Ten Issues that Could Cause You to Wind Up Back in Court

    Selling a marital home in a divorce is for some people a way to start with a clean slate, but getting there takes planning and cooperation. Sorting out all the details of your home’s sale in your ...

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  • Age by Age Conversation Starters for the Scheduled Nightly Phone Call

    Age Range: Little Ones Read a nightly book together. Get two copies so they can page through as you read it to them. If they draw or build with Legos ask them what they’ve created since you last saw ...

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  • Just Starting Overnight Timesharing/Visitation? Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Child Feel at Home.

    Starting overnights in a new bedroom in a new home can be easier and more fun for your child or children by engaging them in decorating their space and making sure you to stock up on their necessities ...

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  • Guardian ad Litem or Social Investigator-What's the Difference?

    If your case involves a lot of animosity or contention between the parties; if there are allegations of mental health problems against either party; if there are accusations of mental, physical, or ...

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  • Family Law Lawyers: Have you heard about the Child Support Guidelines Math Glitch?

    Sometimes online or other automated Florida child support calculators don’t seem to come out quite right, and it appears that substantial visitation actually increases the support amount instead of ...

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  • Pricing at DADvocacy. How Does it Work?

    All of our cases are priced with regard to the following issues: The history of the case, including negative involvement of the Domestic Violence Unit, Department of Children and Families, the police ...

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  • I Am a Good Parent, but Someone Called DCF on Me, What Do I Do?

    First off, calm down. Remember that DCF (the Florida Department of Children and Families) is a governmental agency, but it still must go to Court to be able to take children away from parents. While ...

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  • Signing Your Child's Birth Certificate May Not Establish Your Paternity

    If you were married to your child’s mother when the child was born, then yes, you are the legal father. If your child’s mother was married to another man when the child was born, then that man is the ...

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  • Official Family Law Forms for Florida. FREE and Florida Supreme Court APPROVED .

    If you are representing yourself in Florida family courts, you may find many websites purporting to contain family law forms to assist you. Many of these sites charge for the forms, and many do not ...

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  • Domestic Violence Court without a Lawyer in Florida-Guide for Civil Injunctions.

    For those dealing with issues where they have been the victim of domestic violence, or are accused of perpetrating acts of domestic violence, this guide may be useful for educational purposes if you ...

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  • "I Have a New Baby to Support. Can I Get My Child Support Obligation for My Older Child Lowered?"

    Congratulations! However, the answer is: Generally, no, a subsequent child is not cause for lowering your child support obligation. Public policy in the state of Florida is that parents have a ...

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  • How NOT to Pay Child Support

    You have a child, and you are separated from the child’s mother. She has not put you on child support , but you want to give her money each month to help her with expenses related to the child. You ...

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