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Monthly Archives: December 2020

MotherSon

10 Things to Consider When Creating a Parenting Plan in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Getting divorced is always tough, especially if your divorce involves children. Under Section 61.13, Florida Statutes, parents who are divorcing are required to create a parenting plan. Filling out a parenting plan is a significant task because this document will serve as a roadmap for how parents should navigate disagreements and conflicts without having… Read More »

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Vaccine

What Happens If Parents Disagree on COVID-19 Vaccination?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Not all parents agree to have their children vaccinated for coronavirus (COVID-19). But what happens when divorced parents disagree on COVID-19 vaccinations? Can a Florida court force you to vaccinate your child for coronavirus? Whether or not federal, state, or local courts can push parents to vaccinate their children child for COVID-19 without their… Read More »

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FatherSon

Establishing Paternity When an Extramarital Affair Results in a Child

By Steve W. Marsee |

Oftentimes, married people cheat on their spouses when they get caught up in the heat of the movement. Other times, people have an extramarital affair when contemplating a divorce. Either way, things can take an unexpected turn when someone gets pregnant as the result of an extramarital affair. When a child is conceived as… Read More »

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DivMoney

Who Will Be Responsible for Debt in My Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you and your spouse accumulated debt during the marriage, you may wonder who will be responsible for the debt in your divorce. Yes, determining who is responsible for marital debt is one of the most complicated issues in a divorce. Under the Florida Statutes Section 61.075, all marital assets and liabilities are subject… Read More »

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