A Guide to Understanding Child Support

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All able and willing parents have the legal obligation to care for their children, regardless of if they are married, divorced, or co-parenting. Child support payments ensure that children under 18 in the state of Florida are given the financial resources they need for essentials such as education, healthcare, food,…

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5 Essential Co-Parenting Tips

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Co-parenting with your ex won’t always be easy, but it can be successful with a strategy and collaborative rules set forth at the beginning of this new arrangement. These five tips can help you understand how to begin co-parenting or improve a current co-parenting situation. Divorce and the end of…

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Divorce and Substance Abuse

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Is your spouse’s substance abuse tearing your marriage apart? When the two of you married, life seemed to be opening up a door of adventures and love. You knew this person so well, and as a couple, you just clicked. Whatever obstacles would get in your way, you knew you…

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Pet Custody Disputes in Divorce

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Pets are an integral part of many families, and for some, they are comparable to children. In addition to a profound emotional investment, pet owners may spend large amounts of money on their animals. Examples are grooming, health insurance, veterinary bills, fashionable clothing, and some even have strollers to take…

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Parental Child Abduction in Florida

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An AMBER alert is the public notification of child abduction in progress. This program originated to aid in the protection of children throughout the United States since 1996. We have all heard the call for help over our cell phones, radios, televisions, and road signs, asking for residents in a…

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