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Five Factors That Can Affect an Alimony Award in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Following the end of a marriage, one spouse may be obligated to pay the other alimony. Under Florida law, alimony is gender neutral, meaning either a husband or wife may potentially receive alimony. The amount and duration of any legally mandated alimony will always depend on the specific circumstances of the case in question…. Read More »

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What is a Standing Temporary Order?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In the majority of jurisdictions in Florida, courts have implemented a general standing temporary order that is applied to ongoing divorce cases. For example, in Orange County and Osceola County the following Standing Temporary Administrative Order No. 2004-05-03 is used. Certainly divorce is a highly emotional and complicated time in any person’s life. The… Read More »

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Are Are You Getting Divorced in Florida? Here are Four Common Mistakes You Need to Avoid

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce is relatively common in Florida. In fact, according to data provided by the Census Bureau, Florida’s divorce rate is the 7th highest in the entire country. While there is no doubt that divorce can put immense psychological and financial stress on a family, there are strategies you can use to make the process… Read More »

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Divorce Mediation in Central Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Mediation is a commonly used form of alternative dispute resolution. While it is used in all types of disputes, it can be especially useful in family law cases. Mediation offers divorcing couples a method through which they can reach a voluntary and mutually agreeable settlement. This can be extremely valuable because it is desirable,… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: What is Discovery?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Discovery is a very important part of any legal case, including divorce cases. In order to seek justice, all parties to a divorce are entitled to have access to any relevant evidence. Of course, this can sometimes be difficult as certain types of evidence are solely controlled by one party. For example, in a… Read More »

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