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Florida Timesharing Disputes: Understanding the Best Interests of the Child Standard

By Steve W. Marsee |

It is always best to find a collaborative solution to any child-related issues. Unfortunately, that is not possible in every case. Sometimes, a Florida court will need to make the final decision. In these cases, courts will seek to resolve child custody disputes using the state’s ‘best interests of the child’ standard. Put simply,… Read More »

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Does a New Relationship Mean the End of Alimony?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Following a Florida divorce, many people will eventually find themselves in a new relationship. If the spouse who is receiving alimony enters a new relationship, there could potentially be significant legal ramifications. Both parties need to aware of how this could affect any alimony obligations. If you have any questions about spousal support payments… Read More »

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Understanding Child Custody in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Child custody can be an emotional subject for soon-to-be divorcing parents. Nevertheless, it is important for you to understand how courts view timesharing in order to be better prepared to handle this matter during your Florida divorce. If you or someone you know is having child custody issues with a former spouse – or… Read More »

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Parents Experiencing Problems with Child Support System

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many parents are experiencing problems with the Florida state child support system. One mother has not received her child support payments in weeks. Jessy Valerio claimed that she has had problems with the system in the past, and the state paid her a penny. Now, it has been multiple weeks and the state has… Read More »

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Residency Requirements for Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Each state has its own rules regarding the dissolution of marriage to determine who is eligible to file for divorce in that state, and Florida is no exception. Most people believe that you must divorce in the state in which you were married, but that is not the case if you meet certain qualifications… Read More »

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