Blog Posts in September, 2010

Top Ten Dos and Don'ts If You Are Going Through A Divorce

1. DO REMAIN CALM. Understand that you are going to be OK, no matter what. If you are getting a divorce, it means that one or both of you are not happy and that you are not living your life to the ...
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What You Need To Know About Alimony in Jacksonville, Florida

Alimony is more of an art than it is a science. With child support, we often can break it down to each parties' incomes and the amount of time that each parent shares with the child to give us a ...
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What You Need to Know About Timesharing and Visitation in Jacksonville, Florida

There are seven family law divisions in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida and each one has its own judge with particular preferences as to how timesharing is approved in that division. As a board ...
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What You Need to Know About Child Support in Florida

Most people (including some attorneys and judges) believe that child support is a number set by a formula that a person must pay no matter what the circumstances are in their case. Jacksonville board ...
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What You Need to Know About Child Custody in Florida

As one of a few board certified Jacksonville divorce lawyers, I have handled hundreds of child custody matters. I also have mediated several hundreds of child custody cases. As a social investigator ...
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