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Florida Divorce Guide – Section 5

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 5

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 5 THE FORMALIZATION OF SETTLEMENT TERMS Before or after the petition is filed, some spouses reach an agreement on some or all of the issues. Property division, a parenting plan, spousal support, child support, and attorney's fees are...

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Florida Divorce Guide – Section 4

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 4

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 4 REGULAR MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION, BEGINNING THE COURT PROCEEDING A petition for dissolution of marriage is filed with the circuit court in the county where you and your spouse last lived together, or in a county where either party...

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Florida Divorce Guide – Section 3

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 3

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 3 Collaboration in Law Those who want to dissolve their marriage amicably with the help of trained professionals may want to look into the collaborative dissolution process. The collaborative practice of law is a voluntary dispute...

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Florida Divorce Guide – Section 2

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 2

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 2 A divorce is referred to as a "dissolution of marriage" in Florida. Florida is one of many states that have eliminated fault as a reason for divorce. The only requirement for a marriage to be dissolved is for one of the parties to...

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Florida Divorce Guide – Section 1

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 1

Florida Divorce Guide – Section 1 Is it possible to save your marriage? Are you certain that your marriage cannot be saved? Before taking any legal steps to end your marriage, you should think about ways to save it. You might want to talk to a marriage counselor, a...

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Frequently Asked Questions: Child Support

Frequently Asked Questions: Child Support

Frequently Asked Questions: Child Support What is a child support order? Do I have one? A child support order is a legal paper that sets up parents’ duties if the parents no longer live together. The order’s purpose is to make sure a child’s living expenses, such as...

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What Is The Divorce Process in Florida

What Is The Divorce Process in Florida

What Is The Divorce Process in Florida Who can I hire to represent me during my divorce? Clerks, judges, paralegals, and your spouse's attorney are not permitted to provide legal advice. In your case, only you or a lawyer you have hired can represent your interests....

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Extended Family Temporary Custody

Extended Family Temporary Custody

Important Information to Review Before Filling Out Your Forms There is no lawyer-client relationship. Brandon Legal Group is providing this information, originally provided by the Florida Bar through https://www.floridalawhelp.org/ .  It is provided without warranty,...

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