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Florida will grant a divorce if one spouse is a Florida resident for six months, and the marriage is irretrievably broken.
There are two types of proceedings to establish paternity. Education yourself about both Florida required proceedings.
Mediation is a confidential process to discuss settlement terms to resolve your case without the necessity of a trial.
You can seek a modification of custody or child support if you meet certain legal requirements or circumstances.
Each parent is responsible to contribute to child support on a pro rate basis to each party’s gross income.
It is the public policy of Florida to assure that each child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents after divorce.
The primary considerations in determining an alimony award is one spouse’s need and the other spouses’ ability to pay.
You may file a petition for a restraining order if you are a victim of domestic violence such as physical assault.

Family Law Information

  • Before Divorce

    Before you can get divorced you have to prove that you have a valid marriage. Before a marriage may be entered into in Florida…
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  • What Not to Do

    Do not discuss the case with your children. If this becomes difficult to explain to the children, seek professional advice on how to speak to the children…
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  • Child Support

    The calculation of child support is determined by statute. The court may at any time order the parents to pay for the children’s support…
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  • Domestic Violence

    Domestic violence is a special emergency matter. There are both civil and criminal aspects to consider. A sworn petition must allege the existence of domestic violence…
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