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If you are a baby daddy in Florida you need a Parenting Plan

If if you have children outside of marriage in Florida, you should get a court approved Parenting Plan.  Or risk not being able to see your child until a court figures things out.  This is true even if you are the named father on the birth certificate.  A recent case out of Florida’s 5th District

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Robert Marble, Esq.

Shared Parental Responsibility in Florida

For divorcing parents, a new Florida court ruling makes it harder for one parent to request ultimate authority to make decisions for the parties’ children.     Florida resolves custody issues for divorcing parents through a Parenting Plan.  Put differently a Parenting Plan is a custody order.  Parenting Plans have to address how divorced parents will

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Robert Marble, Esq.

How are pets handled in a Florida divorce?

We love our pets.   How are pets handled in a Florida divorce?  In a Florida divorce the court treats pets as “personal property,” and handles pets the same way as cars, jewelry, pots and pans, and other items of stuff.  The more detailed explanation of how pets are handled in a Florida divorce, was recently discussed

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Supportive Relationships – Florida makes it easier to terminate alimony

Florida allows alimony to be reduced or terminated if the spouse receiving alimony lives in a “Support Relationship” with their boyfriend or girlfriend.*  What is a Supportive Relationship?  The statue providing the definition of a Supportive Relationship lists a number of red flags indicators.  The pooling of income and assets is often perceived as one

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Removing parenting restrictions in Florida divorce cases just got harder

To protect children in a divorce, a trial court sometime has to include parenting restrictions in the child custody order. Examples of protective restrictions are supervised visits, reductions in parenting time, counseling requirements, or requirements related to a parent’s substance abuse problem. Sometimes the restrictions are directly related to a parent’s problems or behavior, and

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So now I’m praying for the end of time

(Or why you really need a lawyer if you are dividing retirement benefits) The rock musician Meat Loaf, in his 1977 hit “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” makes a promise to love his girlfriend “until the end of time.” If you know anything about the song, you know that it was a poorly made promise.  

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