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Shedding Light On Child Custody In Florida

According to the Florida Department of Health’s Bureau of Vital Statistics, more than 28,000 dissolution of marriage, or divorce, proceedings took place in 2014 that affected minor children. Florida requires that arrangements be made for the care and financial support of all minor children of a marriage upon divorce. State law promotes a public policy Read More

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State Department: More Than 100 Pending International Child Abduction Cases Pending

According to a recent report released by the U.S. State Department, as of the end of 2012, more than 112 applications that had filed for the return of minor children abducted out of the United States remained open and active for a period of more than a year and a half. The report details the Read More

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Distribution Of Assets And Liabilities In Florida Dissolution Of Marriage Proceedings

One of the main issues that require resolution in a dissolution of marriage proceeding is the distribution of assets and liabilities among the spouses. Florida law requires that the distribution be done “equitably.” Couples may decide how to divide their property either by agreement or with the guidance of a court in dissolution of marriage Read More

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Marital Settlement Agreement: An Alternative To Protracted Divorce Proceedings

The terms “dissolution of marriage” or “divorce” are frequently associated with combative, adversarial proceedings in a courtroom. For those couples who are looking for an alternative, a marital settlement agreement may be just the solution. This agreement can be entered into by the spouses to divide marital assets and debts, determine childcare arrangements and settle Read More

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