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Parenting Plans in Florida: Understanding the Basics

By Steve W. Marsee |

Under Florida law, whenever a case involves time-sharing and minor children, the parents must craft a ‘parenting plan’. In fact, parenting plans are even required in cases where there is no actual disagreement between the two parents. Florida courts look to the parents to come up with an equitable plan that is in the… Read More »

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Children Over the Age of Eighteen and Child Support in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

In Florida, child support obligations typically last until a child’s eighteenth birthday. As the Florida Supreme Court Case of Perla v. Perla made very clear, once a child turns eighteen, child support comes to an end. However, since that case was initially decided in 1952, the law has been refined. Today, child support still… Read More »

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My Ex Stopped Paying Alimony, What Can I Do?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Unfortunately, many alimony recipients find themselves facing a similar question. Not receiving your support payments can be both incredibly frustrating and financially burdensome. The good news is that you do have legal options available. If you have been awarded alimony by a Florida court, you are legally entitled to receive that money in a… Read More »

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Florida Court Issues Instructive Decision in Durational Alimony Case

By Steve W. Marsee |

Recently, the Court of Appeals for the Fifth District released an opinion in the case of Stark v. Stark. The case concerned whether or not the receiving spouse should have been entitled to durational alimony or permanent alimony. This case once again demonstrates the complexity of Florida alimony disputes. If you have any questions… Read More »

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Central Florida Military Mom to Regain Custody of Kids

By Steve W. Marsee |

Military veteran Amanda Hurst is one step closer to getting her two kids back, according to a recent MyNews13 report. The former army vet was honorably discharged in 2013 after serving overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan but, unfortunately, found out upon her return to the states that her children had come under the care… Read More »

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Divorce Without Court Through Mediation – Is It Right For You?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Every marriage is different and, subsequently, so is every divorce. There are multiple options when facing divorce including: Do-it-yourself divorce – while this option may be work in an uncomplicated situation (short marriage period, no children, little to no assets and/or debts to be divided, comparable incomes and no alimony), it is still highly… Read More »

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