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Blog Posts in July, 2010

Requesting Child Support Modification

In the state of Florida, when a child support order is issued by the court, the amount of support that is to be paid is based upon 1) the needs of the child and 2) the income of both parents. Often ...
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Creating a Legally Binding Marital Agreement

More and more people are choosing to draft marital agreements in the United States to protect their assets and to ensure that important decisions are mutually agreed upon. However, people must ...
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How are Child Support Awards Determined?

In the state of Florida, a child support order tells a parent exactly what he or she must do to support his or her child. The amount of the child support order that is awarded will always be based ...
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Transitioning After Divorce

Divorce can be life altering for many people. When a couple is married, they get into a routine and take control of differing responsibilities. However, when the relationship comes to an end, spouses ...
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What is a Parenting Plan?

Anytime a couple decides to separate or divorce and children are involved, the parents will have to create what is called a "parenting plan". Essentially, a parenting plan is an agreement ...
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The Difference between Equal and Equitable Distribution

When it comes to property distribution, states will either distribute marital property equally or equitably. The state of Florida happens to be an equitable distribution state, which means that: ...
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Signs of Divorce - Jacksonville Divorce Lawyer

More often than not, before couples decide to part ways, there are obvious signs that divorce is on the horizon. Below, some common signs of divorce are identified: One or both spouses frequently ...
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How is Alimony Paid?

After alimony has been awarded to a dependant spouse, the independent spouse will be responsible for making scheduled payments. Depending on the court's orders, independent spouses may have to ...
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Penalties for Child Support Contempt

In the state of Florida, if a non-custodial fails to meet his/her child support obligations, he/she can face numerous consequences. This is due to the fact that the state has strict enforcement laws ...
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