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What Do I Need to Get an Injunction Against Stalking Violence in the Orlando, Florida Area?

In order for the court to enter an injunction against stalking violence, there must be more than one act. A continuous course of conduct, establishing only one instance of harassment will not suffice. Section 784.048 Florida Statutes, establishes a c...

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What is Counted as Income in Your Divorce?

Does your spouse’s bonus count as income in your Orlando, Florida divorce? What else counts as Income in your Orlando, Florida divorce? What is included in income in your Orlando, Florida divorce? Your spouse’s most recent bonus counts as...

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When Is Sole Custody Appropriate in a Custody Case or Divorce

Florida Statute 61.13 is the Florida Statute that deals with custody. Currently, the appropriate terms under Florida law regarding custody are time sharing, parenting, and parenting plan. Florida Statute 61.13 states that the court shall order that p...

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What Experts Can Help Me with My Custody Case, or Divorce?

Are you in the middle of an Orlando, Florida custody case, or custody issue in an Orlando, Florida divorce case? Are you concerned that the other parent has issues that the court should address? What can you do? You can motion the court to retain an ...

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Do Not Orally Record Your Spouse During Your Divorce

Do Not Orally Record Your Spouse During Your Divorce. This applies to Orlando, Florida paternity actions, and Orlando, Florida custody actions too. You may think you are clever, by orally recording your spouse during an Orlando Divorce. You may think...

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What are the Rights of a Legal Father and Biological Father in an Orlando, Florida Paternity Case?

Under Florida law if a child is born to an intact marriage, the man the child’s mother is married to is the Legal Father. The Legal Father is the man married to the Child’s Mother at the time the Child is born. He is the one with all the ...

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