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  • How to Set Yourself Up for Better Communication with Your Co-Parent
    How to Set Yourself Up for Better Communication with Your Co-Parent

    When going through a separation or divorce from your co-parent it is imperative to keep the line of communication open in a way that (1) minimizes conflict; (2) sets clear boundaries; and (3) puts ...

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  • 10 Ways to Save Money On Your Family Law Attorney
    10 Ways to Save Money On Your Family Law Attorney

    A family law dispute can be a mentally and emotionally draining experience. If you are not prepared, your family law dispute can also become an expensive and costly endeavor to take on. Much of what ...

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  • Equal Time sharing Presumption Passed the Florida Senate Yesterday. What This Means
    Equal Time sharing Presumption Passed the Florida Senate Yesterday. What This Means

    NOTE: This bill still must clear the House, and it is expected to do so as the early versions of the bill passed the House committees by a large margin. It is also expected that Governor Scott will ...

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  • How the pro-dad movement is pro-mom.
    How the pro-dad movement is pro-mom.

    A recognition that gender-neutral law, doesn’t change perceptions, but a full scale attack on businesses and individuals that denigrate dad to an incapable idiot is needed. Those incapable idiots you ...

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  • I have timesharing with my children, but I am to be deployed by the military. What happens now?
    I have timesharing with my children, but I am to be deployed by the military. What happens now?

    On behalf of the entire DADvocacy team , thank you for service to our country and we wish you a safe tour overseas. There is new law in Florida that provides tremendous protections to you under this ...

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  • Why we don’t represent moms (or jerks who refuse to pay.)
    Why we don’t represent moms (or jerks who refuse to pay.)

    We actually have several moms who are our clients, but statistically speaking, the “custodial parent” under the old law is usually mom. Because custodial parents have the right to free child support ...

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