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7 Benefits Of An Orlando Divorce Attorney

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many divorcing couples in Orlando believe that they can get divorced without the help of an attorney. It may be possible to get a divorce without an attorney if your divorce does not involve children, assets and debts subject to equitable distribution, and any disputes whatsoever. However, it is always a good idea to… Read More »

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Do I Have To File For Divorce In The State In Which I Was Married?

By Steve W. Marsee |

As you may know, couples must meet certain requirements in order to file for divorce. Those requirements vary from state to state. Many people believe that they have to file for divorce in the state in which they got married. But is that actually true? That depends on where you are filing a petition… Read More »

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What Documents Do I Need To File For Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Initiating divorce proceedings is one of the most difficult decisions many married individuals have to make during their lifetime. The decision to file for divorce is both life-changing and intimidating. Many people are reluctant to end their marriage simply because they do not know what documents they will need to begin the divorce process…. Read More »

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How Quickly Can You Get A Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

For most people who want to end their marriage, a divorce is a stressful and nerve-racking process. That is why most divorcing couples want to finalize their divorce as soon as possible and wonder, “How quickly can I get a divorce?” It is not always impossible to get a quick divorce, especially if spouses… Read More »

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Does The Payor Have To Pay Child Support While A Child Is In College?

By Steve W. Marsee |

There are many questions surrounding child support in Florida, particularly when the child support obligation is terminated. Many parents believe that the payor is required to pay for the supported child’s college costs even after the child turns 18. Paying college costs is a huge burden for many students and their parents in Florida… Read More »

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6 Mistakes To Avoid During A Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce is usually a confusing and stressful process, which is why it is a good idea to contact an attorney to help you navigate the divorce process. Often, people who are not represented by a lawyer make mistakes that can hurt their divorce case. We will discuss the six common mistakes you should avoid… Read More »

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Will I Be Ordered To Pay Child Support If I’m Unemployed?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you do not have a job, you may wonder if you can be ordered to pay child support despite unemployment. Each parent’s current employment is one of many factors that are considered by Florida courts when deciding whether to order child support in a divorce. Contrary to popular belief, just because you are… Read More »

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Can I Stay On My Spouse’s Health Insurance After A Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Ending a marriage can dramatically change your life. You can no longer count on your spouse’s income (unless you are entitled to alimony), you do not have joint expenses anymore, and you must put your life back together piece by piece. One of the common questions that spouses ask our divorce attorneys is, “Can… Read More »

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What Is Interference With Child Custody In Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Both parents must spend time with their kids following a divorce when both have custody rights. Both parents are legally required to follow court-ordered visitation without interference. Under Florida law, it is illegal to interfere with child custody. If a parent interferes with the other parent’s custodial rights, the offending parent can face criminal… Read More »

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Who Gets The Vacation Home In A Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The division of property is arguably the most contentious and time-consuming issue in a Florida divorce. Many divorcing spouses want to get a larger share of the marital assets to leave their spouse with very little. The marital home is usually a sticky point during a divorce because it is the most valuable asset… Read More »

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