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7 Common Questions About Child Custody Laws KLG Florida

7 Common Questions About Child Custody Laws

Did you know that Florida has the fourth-highest number of divorces in America? With over 13 percent of the population divorced, there’s a lot of potential for childfren to get entangled in the mess. If you’re thinking about divorce or have just separated, you may wonder how your kids will fare in the situation. Many state laws can affect th [...]

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Back to School Tips for Divorced Families KLG Florida

Back-to-School Tips for Divorced Families

About 48 million American children headed back to school this fall. It’s normal for both parents and children to have mixed emotions about returning to the classroom, especially amid a pandemic. For children in divorced families, emotions can sometimes run even higher due to additional uncertainties. Back-to-school is a time of great transitio [...]

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What Are Some Requirements to Get Divorced in Florida KLG Law

What Are Some Requirements to Get Divorced in Florida?

For most married couples who try everything to keep their marriage, there reaches a point they have no option left but to seek divorce. If you are one of those, then know you are not alone, because in America, more than 22 percent of first marriages end in divorce within five years, and 53 percent of the marriages are dissolved by the 20-year mark, [...]

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Can You Modify Your Parenting Time Order KLG Law

Can You Modify Your Parenting Time Order?

It is generally recognized under family law that there are times when circumstances change, such that one or both parents may wish to have a parenting time order changed to accommodate the newly changed circumstances. It does not make any difference under the law whether these changes are for better or worse - rather, if the changes warrant modific [...]

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establishing paternity

Establishing Parental Rights Under Florida Law

Establishing parental rights refers to the process of determining the legal father of a child. This process offers benefits to not only the child but also to both the mother and the father. Each state has different laws on how to establish paternity. If you’re interested in establishing paternity for your child it’s important to become familiar [...]

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divorcing a narcissist

Divorcing a Narcissist: Tips, Tools, and What to Expect

Protecting Your Children A narcissist wants to win at any cost. Unfortunately, that means your ex might be willing to use your children as pawns during the divorce process. They may try to alienate you from your children or fool the children into believing lies. This can be extremely difficult for both you and your children. There are some ways [...]

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Child custody

How an Attorney Can Help With Your Child Support Concerns?

Child support is meant to cover the basic needs of your child, but what do you do if the payer isn't making payments? When married couples have children and get a divorce, many end up getting involved with child support services. Child support is a payment provided to the parent that has custody of a child. Whether you're receiving or paying chi [...]

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Prenuptial agreement

Basics of Prenuptial Agreements

Whoever you hear the words prenuptial agreement, you might begin to fear that it means your relationship won't survive. On the contrary, having a prenuptial agreement is more about protecting your personal assets and other finances you might enter the relationship with or have obtained throughout the relationship. Below you're going to find a gu [...]

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Divorce Process in Florida

Overview of Divorce Laws in Florida

Divorce is sometimes inevitable, and if a divorce is in your future, it can help to have a basic understanding of Florida divorce laws. These laws are complicated, and they can influence the outcome of your divorce and affect your future for years to come. Below is a brief overview of Florida divorce laws, but you should always reach out to a divor [...]

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Don’t Hold Back Your Family Law Attorney

Child custody cases can be difficult and emotional. Being a good parent is only part of the equation, and it may be hard to think about splitting your time with your ex-partner. Parents want to believe that the "right" outcome will happen, but this often depends on how your case is presented to the court. When preparing for a child custody disp [...]

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