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Divorce Tips for Stay-at-Home Parents in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Embarking on divorce is challenging and intimidating, even for those who have regular income and are in control of their finances. But if you are a stay-at-home parent, the prospect of getting divorced can be particularly terrifying, especially if it has been a while since you had a job (or never a job). If… Read More »

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Why and When Do Florida Courts Order Supervised Time-Sharing?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Supervised time-sharing – also known as safety-focused visitation – refers to an arrangement where a child’s parent is allowed to spend time with the child only in the presence of another adult. Depending on the circumstances, the adult supervising the time-sharing can be the child’s other parent, a family friend, close relative, or a… Read More »

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What to do in Cases Where Your Ex Refuses to Follow the Child Custody Orders

By Steve W. Marsee |

In situations where your ex refuses to obey the child custody orders, it is reasonable to feel extremely frustrated. It may be something as simple as your ex bringing your child home well after he or she was supposed to. Or it could be something more serious like bring your child out of the… Read More »

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Social Security Benefits for Divorcees

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce often causes ex-spouses to go through a great deal of change in almost every aspect of their lives. Divorce lawyers assist their clients get ready for these variations as well as assist them in obtaining the means they require to move on and start new lives. Some divorcees are unaware of all the… Read More »

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Dividing Retirement Plans in a Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

A fundamental part of many divorces consists of dividing all the marital property that both spouses accumulated during the course of the marriage. This often includes a house, cars, jewelry, savings accounts, and many other kinds of personal property. Depending on the length of the marriage, one of the largest assets may be retirement… Read More »

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Everything Your Attorney Should Know in a Divorce Case

By Steve W. Marsee |

After you and your spouse choose to put an end to your marriage, your next concern should be in finding an experienced divorce lawyer in Orlando to represent you. Your divorce lawyer will compassionately support you and work to get you the best child custody agreement, an equitable division of your assets and liabilities,… Read More »

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Avoiding a Disastrous and Devastating Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Sometimes divorces get extra heated and push both spouses to their limits. In such cases, spouses often make untrue accusations, verbally attack each other, place one another in extreme financial stress and burden their spouse with excessive emotional pressure. When divorces get out of hand, neither side comes out ahead, especially when small children… Read More »

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Do Not Let Your Ex Take Your Inheritance

By Steve W. Marsee |

Inheritances given prior or during the course of the marriage in the State of Florida are considered property that solely belongs to the inheriting spouse. Nevertheless, there are mistakes that people sometimes make that can lead to their inheritance being deemed as joint property with their husband or wife. Commingling of Your Inheritance  When… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorces Versus Traditional Divorces

By Steve W. Marsee |

So, you have decided to get divorced; however, traditional divorces have the reputation for being stressful and difficult processes. Depending on the circumstances that have made you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, lots of emotions, such as hate, anger and frustration, may be running extra high. Typically, both spouses hire lawyers… Read More »

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Types of Guardianship

By Steve W. Marsee |

There are numerous circumstances that may cause parents or other authorities to place someone else in charge as another person’s guardian. Under Florida law, there are two different kinds of guardianship roles. The first, involves guardians for minor children and the other concerns adults that are incapacitated. For children, a guardian is assigned responsibilities… Read More »

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