Divorce Attorney in Brandon, FL

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  • Divorce
    • A large part of my husband's income is cash and is never reported...

      A large part of my husband's income is cash and is never reported. How do i ensure that I get what I deserve? Usually, ...

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    • Are there different laws for same sex couples going through divorces?

      The laws in Florida are generally the same for same sex couples as they are for opposite sex couples. For instance, one ...

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    • Can a dependent spouse be forced to work in Florida?

      A dependent spouse cannot be forced to work in Florida. However, the court can impute income to that dependent spouse. ...

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    • Can I change attorneys in the middle of my Florida divorce case?

      Generally, you can change your attorney in the middle of your divorce case. However, you need to ask yourself why you're ...

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    • Can I go back to my maiden name after my divorce in Florida?

      Yes, you can go back to your maiden name after your divorce in the state of Florida. However, the court will conduct an ...

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    • Can I represent myself in a family court in Florida?

      Yes, you can represent yourself in family court in Florida. However, it's not always a good idea to do so. If you have a ...

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    • Can married same-sex couples get a divorce in Florida?

      Yes, married same-sex couples can get a divorce in the state of Florida. Same-sex couples are afforded the same rights ...

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    • Can my ex-spouse make me pay for our child's college education?

      Generally in Florida, a parent has no duty to pay for their child's college education. However, if a parent has agreed ...

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    • Do I have to share my pension after my Florida divorce?

      If your pension was earned during the period of time you were married, the pension is subject to equitable distribution ...

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    • How are assets split in a divorce?

      Florida's an equitable distribution state when it comes to marital assets. That means if the two of you can't agree on ...

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    • How are assets split in an LGBT divorce?

      Florida is an equitable distribution state when it comes to marital assets. Therefore, assets will be divided the same ...

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    • How are child care expenses divided in Florida?

      Childcare expenses are divided in Florida usually by agreement of the parties or if the parties are unable to agree, the ...

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    • How can I be sure my ex is providing correct information for income when he owns his own....

      How can I be sure my ex is providing correct information for income when he owns his own business? If your ex-spouse ...

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    • How do I ask my spouse for a divorce?

      There are many different ways you can ask your spouse for a divorce. You should probably do so directly and gently, ...

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    • How do mediating spouses protect their legal rights in Florida?

      Mediating spouses protect their rights in Florida by first and foremost doing their homework. Prior to attending ...

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    • If I start dating someone before my divorce is final, can it be used against me?

      Generally, if you start dating before your divorce is final, it should not be used against you. However, there are ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, can we decide ourselves how to divide our property?

      In your Florida divorce case, you can and should decide between yourselves how to divide up your property. If you cannot ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, does the mediator meet with the spouses separately or together?

      Mediation is a fluid process. The mediator will determine based on the dynamics of the room, meaning how do the parties ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, how long does mediation last?

      Mediation can last anywhere from 30 seconds to all night depending on the progress made at the mediation and the ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, what are the alternatives to going to court?

      Some of the alternatives are as follows. First and foremost, you can sit down with your spouse and see if you can reach ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, what does the mediator do?

      The mediator acts as a neutral third party facilitator. Basically what that means is the mediator does not make ...

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    • What if my attorney wants to quit in the middle of my Florida divorce case?

      Well, the first thing you should do when your attorney wants to quit in the middle of your case is arrange to have a ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, what is a petition?

      In a Florida divorce case, a petition is usually the initial pleading filed by one of the parties seeking relief from ...

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    • In my Florida divorce case, will I have to pay for my spouse's attorney?

      The answer is it depends. The court will do an analysis of each party's financial situation and determine if the ...

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    • Is it illegal to get remarried before my divorce is final?

      In Florida, it is not legal to get remarried before your divorce is finalized. This is referred to as bigamy and Florida ...

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