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When is a Marriage Not Worth Saving?

When is a marriage not worth saving? – Remsen Law Getting married is one of the biggest decisions a person can make in his or her life. Some romantic relationships may last a lifetime and when done correctly, marriage can too. However, some marriages fail due to infidelity, financial problems,…

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What is Parental Alienation?

Here’s a family law term that separating parents need to know about, so they can avoid it: parental alienation.  It might sound like something out of a science-fiction movie, but it instead is an all-too-real violation of the explicit and implicit rules of divorce, and in particular, time-sharing with children. …

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Is Mediation an Option for You?

Sometimes counseling is not enough to preserve marriage.  Irreconcilable differences can stem from dozens of sources, but whatever the cause, a marriage that cannot be maintained should end in a legal and equitable resolution.  Filing for divorce can be fraught with issues, though;  how will timesharing with the kids be…

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Types of Drug Possession

Depending on the circumstances, drug possession can be a very serious charge; even prescription drugs like Xanax have come under close scrutiny by law enforcement. The trafficking of cocaine, meth, and heroin can land you in some serious trouble and could potentially ruin your future. Halting the trafficking and possession…

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Relocation with children

When a court enters an order establishing parental rights and/or time-sharing that court retains jurisdiction until all children subject to the order reach the age of majority (18 years) or until the order is domesticated in or transferred to a different jurisdiction.  Pursuant to Florida law, a residential parent cannot permanently…

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