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How does the COVID19 Shut Down Affect My Case?
Post On Apr. 20, 2020
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Procedures During the Pandemic. This is an unprecedented time. First, contact your attorney. Most legal offices are operating from remote locations. Reach out to your attorney. If it is an emergency, most courts have staff available--but it must be legitimately urgent. Second, expect a delay The...

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Court Guidance on Parenting Procedures During COVID-19 Pandemic
Post On Apr. 14, 2020
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As the impact of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic rages on, divorced/separated parents continue to struggle to balance the need to follow their instituted parenting plans or historical time-sharing routines, against their parental judgment to protect their children from any possible exposure. Broward...

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Foreign Marriage and Texas Divorce
Post On Sep. 04, 2015
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My husband and I married each other in Africa. Under the law of the African country where we were married, it is lawful for a man to have more than one wife. Unbeknownst to me at the time we married, my husband was already lawfully married to another woman. . . . 1. As an initial matter, you should...

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DISCONNECTING FROM YOUR SPOUSE- DIVORCING YOUR SPOUSE IN SOCIAL MEDIA
Post On Aug. 25, 2014
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In today’s world everyone uses some form of social media, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Myspace, or YouTube. Everyone wants others to know what is going on in their lives. We live in a sociciety where people tell people way too much on the internet. STOP POSTING TO SOCIAL MEDIA Is it...

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The Not-So Simple Process of DIVORCE.
Post On Apr. 18, 2014
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DIVORCE is not a simple process, but a rather complex and often life changing event that will affect not only you, but your children. This is simply a roadmap. You don’t have to do it alone, find competent counsel to guide you through. Your lawyer will Draft the necessary documents. Your attorney...

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Florida Dissolution of Marriage: Mandatory Disclosure - What and Why?

Viewed from a personal perspective rather than collectively as a couple, comparing the amount of wealth and assets once shared in marriage relative to what will be your share after asset division can be daunting. What was once thought sufficient to maintain a happy relationship and comfortable...

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Facebook is NOT your Friend (in court that is)
Post On Feb. 03, 2013
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The Issue Social media is increasingly being used in both civil and criminal trials. A party's own statements are not hearsay, so as long as they are relevant (not a difficult standard), they are generally admissible. Before we were posting our every thought, feeling, and feud online for everyone...

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