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I’ve Been Served with Divorce Papers in Florida, Now What?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you have been served with a petition for divorce in Orlando or anywhere else in Florida, you must act quickly to protect your rights. Whether you knew that a divorce was coming or it came out of the blue, you need to consult with an Orlando divorce attorney to understand what to expect… Read More »

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What Are the Advantages of an Amicable Divorce in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In the past, couples in Florida had to prove that their partner was at fault for the end of their marriage to get a divorce decree and a more favorable outcome. However, times have changed, and Florida has adopted no-fault divorce laws, which opened the door for uncontested and amicable divorces. While divorces are… Read More »

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5 Reasons to Try Florida Divorce Mediation

By Steve W. Marsee |

An increasing number of Florida couples opt for divorce mediation because of the numerous benefits it provides. While many couples are required to try mediation to resolve their issues before a trial, some agree to mediation voluntarily. When considering whether or not you should try mediation in your divorce case, you should learn about… Read More »

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Who’s Required to Pay for College After a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Raising children is very costly, but sending your kids to college might be the most expensive part of raising a child in Florida. According to College Tuition Compare, the average tuition and fees for colleges in the Sunshine State are nearly $15,300 for out-of-state and almost $3,900 for in-state. But who has to pay… Read More »

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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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5 Pitfalls of Filing for Florida Divorce Online to Be Aware Of

By Steve W. Marsee |

As you may know, you have the option of filing for divorce online in the State of Florida. And while filing for divorce online in Florida may sound tempting to save on legal and court fees as well as expedite the divorce process, you should be aware of the pitfalls of pursuing a “do-it-yourself”… Read More »

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3 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Seeking an Uncontested Divorce in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

A divorce is a stressful and life-changing event in any person’s life. Typically, divorces can be broken down into two categories: contested and uncontested. While contested divorces tend to be costlier and more time-consuming because, as their name implies, they involve contested issues, seeking an uncontested divorce can save you a lot of money,… Read More »

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Are There Any Benefits in Being First to File for Divorce in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The decision to get divorced might be one of the toughest decisions a person will make in life. If you are considering ending your marriage, you may wonder whether there are any benefits in being first to file for divorce. So, does it make any difference who files for divorce first? The short answer… Read More »

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What Are Children’s Rights in a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce is an emotionally-draining experience for everyone, especially your children. Unfortunately, some parents may unintentionally ignore their children’s rights or put their interests above their children’s. Under Florida law, even minor children have certain rights in a divorce, and you, as a parent, must protect your children’s rights during this stressful and challenging time…. Read More »

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What to Do if Your Spouse is Not Paying Household Bills While Divorce is Pending?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you are going through a divorce in Florida, many things in your life are about to change. However, monthly household bills and payments will remain unchanged regardless of whether you are still married, in the process of getting divorced, or have already finalized your divorce case. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your divorce… Read More »

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