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Robert Marble, Esq.

My best divorce advice for good parents

My best advice for parents going through a divorce? It’s just like the instructions flight attendants give to passengers at the start of a plane ride. Divorce is traumatic. Even though my ex-spouse is still a good friend, getting a divorced after 20 years was traumatic for me.  When something traumatic happens, people have a

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Alimony Modification – Change in Circumstance

Alimony Modification – Change in Circumstance from When? In order to request an alimony modification, the person requesting the change has to show the following: There has been a substantial change in circumstance The change was not contemplated; and The change is sufficient, material, permanent, and involuntary. Many divorcing couples resolve their divorce by entering

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New Contempt of Court Form

The Supreme Court of Florida has adopted a new form to provide notice of a Contempt of Court hearing.  A Contempt of Court hearing is used to request the enforcement of a parenting plan (custody), child support, or alimony. The new “Notice of Hearing” form is designed to fix two problems with the old form. 

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Robert Marble, Esq.

Does Florida Allow Oral Cohabitation Agreements?

What if you had lived with someone for 46 years as a couple.  You had agreed to provide for each other and take care of each other.  You had purchased a home together and created identical wills leaving everything to each other.   What happens when this relationship ends.  Will Florida recognize an unwritten cohabitation

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Florida Supreme Court Adopts Rules for Collaborative Divorce

On May 18, 2017 the Florida Supreme Court adopted rules to govern Collaborative Divorce in Florida.  The formal adoption of rules is a welcome development for those of us who are believers in the collaborative divorce process. I also agree with the rule requirements to make sure prospective clients understand the costs and benefits of

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High Conflict Parenting Class for Divorcing Parents

The High Conflict Diversion Program helps to resolve issues by teaching new methods of communication and negotiation.​  By empowering the parent, their ability to redirect to a calm, practical, emotionally healthy state becomes a model and positive life lesson for their children. Source: High Conflict Diversion Program | Life Lessons of Manasota | Parenting Courses |

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