Blog Posts in 2013

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How Long Does A Divorce Take?

One of the most common questions clients ask is how long it will take for their divorce to be finalized. Divorce proceedings can involve a variety of factors and, depending on whether it is an ...
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How Does Wage Garnishment Work in a Child Support Case?

One of the primary issues that must be resolved during divorce proceedings, for any couple who has a child from the marriage, is the determination of child custody and child support. When the decision ...
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How Does the 20/20/20 Rule Work in Florida?

Being married to a member of the military can present many challenges. It can also test an individual's commitment, fortitude and resolve. Standing by your spouse while he or she serves may be a ...
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Can My Spouse Own My Business After a Divorce?

There are many factors which must be considered and discussed when two people decide to get married and make a life-long commitment to each other. For example if either party has a substantial estate, ...
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What Are Florida's Laws on Asset Division in a Divorce?

When a married couple files for divorce in the state of Florida their marital assets and property will be divided in an equitable and fair manner. All attempts will be made by the court to see that ...
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How is Alimony Awarded in a Florida Divorce?

In the state of Florida, alimony can be awarded in five different ways: temporary, permanent, bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative and durational. Each has been designed to provide financial support under a ...
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What You Will Need to Consider When Filing for Divorce

Filing for divorce is a major, life-changing legal action. No matter how long a couple has been married, making the decision to file for divorce often has far-reaching ramifications. It can have an ...
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Can I Put My Divorce on Hold If I've Already Filed?

The truth is, there are always consequences to filing for divorce. While many couples find that they have made the right decision when legally ending their marriage, others are unsure of whether or ...
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Can I File for Divorce Without Hiring a Lawyer?

There are two main types of divorce in the state of Florida. The first one is an uncontested divorce wherein both parties are able to come to an amicable agreement as to the terms of their divorce. ...
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What is the Cost of a Family Lawyer in Jacksonville, FL?

The exact cost to have legal representation from a family lawyer in Jacksonville will vary greatly from case to case, and firm to firm. No two cases or law firms are the same. Family law cases can ...
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Helping Your Children Cope with Divorce

Unfortunately, filing for divorce is never easy. Not only can it stir up a number of emotional issues for the separating couple, but it may also put significant amount of strain on their children. In ...
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Establishing Paternity in Order to Enforce Visitation Rights

In the state of Florida, the family court system requires all fathers to establish paternity if they wish to exert their parenting rights upon a child that was born out of wedlock. While it would be ...
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Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements in Florida

Although most people understand the purpose of a prenuptial agreement, many do not realize that they can secure the same level of personal protection even after they have gotten hitched. Typically, a ...
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Navigating Through Summertime Custody Issues

If you are currently sharing custody of your children with an ex-spouse, things can get complicated during the summer. Within the school year, the children are tied down by school attendance, and they ...
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What is a Domestic Partnership?

Domestic partnership is a relationship where two sexual partners share a home together in a marriage-like arrangement. Much of the time, homosexual couples in states that do not permit homosexual ...
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How Social Networking Can Negatively Impact Your Divorce

In today's day and age, maintaining a social media account has become an integral part of one's daily routine—much like eating, sleeping and breathing. While this may seem relatively ...
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Can I File for a Legal Separation in Jacksonville, FL?

Although there is no such thing as "legal separation" in Florida, there are ways in which a couple can establish a similar outcome through processes like legally separate maintenance and ...
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Can I Modify My Custody Arrangement Post-Divorce?

When making the decision to file for divorce in Florida, there are several different matters that must be taken into consideration. Although a couple must typically make decisions about the division ...
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How Do I Obtain an Injunction for Protection in Florida?

Statistics show that one in every four women will be targeted in an act of domestic violence at some point in her lifetime, while three out of every four people in the U.S. know someone personally who ...
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How Can I Make My Ex-Spouse Pay Child Support?

Going through a divorce can be particularly difficult when the couple shares a child. Not only will they need to agree upon a suitable child custody arrangement or visitation schedule, but they may ...
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What is Different about a Military Divorce?

Although a military divorce is not necessarily more complicated than a traditional divorce, it is important to understand that there are several different state and federal laws that may apply to your ...
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How to Stop Your Florida Divorce

If you and your spouse reconcile and want to call of your divorce, you will want an attorney at your side to help you. Pulling back on your divorce and reversing parts of the process will take a ...
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What are the Advantages of an Uncontested Divorce?

If you have made the decision to file for divorce in Florida, you are probably dreading the contentious courtroom proceedings that may soon follow. Fortunately, there is a way to resolve the matters ...
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Examining Attorney Willmott's Successful Cases of 2013

Charles E. Willmott, the Jacksonville divorce lawyer at our firm, has represented a number of contentious family law cases since the start of this year. With more than two decades of legal experience, ...
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Learn More About Charles E. Willmott

When you are considering divorce, you need an attorney who has a vast understanding of the process in order to help you. You want someone who is compassionate, caring and knowledgeable. Without these ...
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