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How Long do Divorces in Florida Take

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorces often cause a mix of emotions. Many people going through a divorce are anxious to move on with their lives. Both spouses start imagining what their lives will be like after the divorce, and they want to start that life immediately. Regrettably divorces are not always a fast and trouble-free process. As a… Read More »

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Assets, Income, Liabilities and Expenses in Divorces

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorces, regardless of how amicable your separation has been, can still be a tough route.  Divorces often have long-lasting and devastating effects on not only your emotions, but also your finances. There are many nightmare divorce tales out there that scare people accepting unfair divorce settlements. That is why it is important to have… Read More »

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Typical Mistakes Made in Divorces

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorces can become very nasty quick, especially when there isn’t a prenup.  Not to mention, can be a lengthy and complex process. With never-ending paperwork, negotiations, judges and opposing counsel, the task easily becomes daunting. Before beginning a divorce, it is crucial to know the common mistakes people often make. Choosing to Share A… Read More »

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How To Terminate Alimony in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Alimony, otherwise known as spousal support, can serve a valuable purpose in a divorce. Alimony provides financial support to the lesser earning spouse and allows that person to transition into becoming financially independent after the divorce is finalized. However, circumstances for both former spouses can change after a divorce and there may come a… Read More »

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Rights Against Domestic Violence in a Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce cases in Florida are rarely amicable experiences, but in some very serious situations one spouse may act out violently at the other or at their children. If you are involved in a violent domestic situation, you have the right to be protected from violence during and after a divorce in Florida. This can… Read More »

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How to Terminate Parental Rights in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Being a parent to a child is a right, not a privilege, and when a parent in Florida fails to live up to his or her duties with their child their rights can be terminated. Other situations may arise, such as the adoption by a stepparent, that may also give cause for the termination… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Sole and Shared Parental Responsibility?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In Florida, courts have eschewed the use of the term custody in favor of “parental responsibility” when discussing the terms of parental rights involving a minor child. During a divorce, the parents can either be given sole or shared parental responsibility over their child, but what exactly does that entail and how can that… Read More »

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How To Modify Alimony Payments in a Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

As part of many Florida divorce settlements, the higher earning spouse may be required to send payments to the lesser earning spouse in the form of alimony. Otherwise known as spousal support, alimony payments are intended to help support the lesser earning spouse during and after a divorce settlement is finalized transition into becoming… Read More »

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How to Modify a Child Timesharing Schedule

By Steve W. Marsee |

Getting divorced with a minor child or children involved can be an emotional and difficult process, especially when it comes to decisions about timesharing and custody between parents. In more amicable and collaborative divorce settings, parents can come to an agreement on timesharing for their child. However, in more litigious divorces, the court may… Read More »

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Utilizing Divorce Mediation

By Steve W. Marsee |

One of the fastest growing trends in Florida divorce cases is the use of divorce mediation to settle outstanding issues between spouses. As an alternative dispute resolution technique, divorce mediation has the potential to make your divorce faster, less stressful, and cheaper than traditional divorce litigation in a Florida family court. Steve W. Marsee… Read More »

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