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  • Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings
    Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings

    Part Two: My Husband’s E x Wants M y Medical Records! Can She Get Them? Litigants who have experienced personal trauma related to the break-up of their family or other tragedies often seek mental ...

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  • Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings
    Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings

    Part One: Can my new husband’s ex come after ME for child support? Many family law litigants worry that the income and assets of their new spouse will be discoverable in court or included in their own ...

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  • Divorce Mistake #9: Creating New Expenses for Yourself
    Divorce Mistake #9: Creating New Expenses for Yourself

    Don’t Create New Expenses In Florida, like many other states, you are required to disclose proof of your income and expenses, such as any leases, mortgages, credit cards, cell phone, satellite ...

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  • PSA: How to Survive Hurricane Michael with Your Co-Parenting Relationship Intact
    PSA: How to Survive Hurricane Michael with Your Co-Parenting Relationship Intact

    Hurricane season is stressful, and the decision of whether to shelter in place or evacuate can be painstaking—even more so when you share a child who may or may not be with you at the time. We at ...

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  • Divorce Mistake #8: Purchasing or Leasing a New Vehicle While Going Through a Divorce
    Divorce Mistake #8: Purchasing or Leasing a New Vehicle While Going Through a Divorce

    A common divorce mistake many people make is getting a new car while they are pending litigation. Buying a new car can feel like a fresh start or a treat that you deserve. But buying or leasing a ...

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  • How Mediation Can Help Preserve Your Father-Child Relationship
    How Mediation Can Help Preserve Your Father-Child Relationship

    Basics: Litigation vs. Mediation To understand mediation, you first need an overview of how courts work. American litigation, at its most basic level, allows two opposing parties to present their ...

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