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Here’s How Remarriage Can Affect Your Divorce, Alimony, Timesharing, and Other Issues

By Steve W. Marsee |

While many people are reluctant to marry someone – or even begin dating – immediately after getting divorced, the idea of remarriage may not seem that outlandish after a while. However, remarriage after a divorce is a big step because you need to consider its potential impact on your divorce settlement as well as… Read More »

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Can My Ex-Spouse Take My Children from Me or Deny Visitation?

By Steve W. Marsee |

While many divorced and separated parents realize the importance of putting their children’s needs first, others fail to put their difference aside. When you share custody of your children, maintaining a hostile relationship with your ex-spouse is not good for anyone. Often, couples reach out to an Orlando child custody attorney to help them… Read More »

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Can You Recover Attorney’s Fees in a Divorce Case in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many married people are reluctant to get a divorce merely because they think they would not afford to obtain a divorce in Florida. However, the cost of divorce should not be a problem considering that you may be able to recover court and attorney’s fees in your divorce case. Florida’s family law recognizes the… Read More »

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Are You Required to Update Certain Documents During Your Divorce Case in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Getting divorced is complicated not only because you are required to present a variety of documents during the proceedings, but also because you may be required to update certain documents throughout your case. In Florida, the divorce process is typically comprised of: Request for Production Request for Admissions Interrogatories It is not uncommon for… Read More »

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Do You Need an Attorney for Your Uncontested Divorce in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In Florida, your divorce case is considered “uncontested” if you and your spouse agree on all issues, including alimony, child support, and property distribution, among others. Many people tend to presume that they do not need to retain an attorney to resolve their uncontested divorce. After all, since parties agree on virtually all aspects… Read More »

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Are Parenting Courses Mandatory After a Divorce in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

After filing for divorce in Orlando or other parts of Florida, you may have questions about the requirement to attend parenting courses. Are those parenting courses mandatory following a Florida divorce? Yes, the state of Florida requires divorcing couples to attend a parenting education course before a court enters a final ruling on their… Read More »

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What to Do if Your Wife is Pregnant During a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The first question your Orlando divorce attorney will ask you during the initial consultation is whether you share children with your soon-to-be-ex-spouse. If you answer “no,” you may also be asked if your wife is currently pregnant. When pursuing a divorce, the wife’s pregnancy may extend the length of your divorce case. If your… Read More »

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Can You Lose Custody Rights Due to a Mental Illness in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In the United States, nearly one in five adults live with a mental illness. If you have been diagnosed with a mental illness and your former spouse learned about this, they may attempt to modify your child custody arrangement by claiming that you are an unfit parent. But can you lose your custody rights… Read More »

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Pros and Cons of Staying or Moving Out of the Marital Home During Your Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

The decision to move out is the second tough decision any individual is facing after filing for divorce. When should you move out, or when should you stay in the marital home after filing for divorce in Florida? There are several advantages and disadvantages associated with leaving and staying, which is why it is… Read More »

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Divorce Rates Have Tripled Among People Over 55, a New Study Shows

By Steve W. Marsee |

A new study has found that divorce rates have tripled among Baby Boomers, which is a term used for people who are currently 55 and older. As older women are living longer and have become less dependent on their husbands, they are no longer reluctant to seek a divorce after 55. In today’s world,… Read More »

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