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Monthly Archives: January 2022

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Five Goals In Making Child Time-Sharing Plans

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Matters pertaining to children are among the most sensitive and important legal proceedings dealt with by the Florida family court. State law is designed to help protect both the rights of parents and the best interests of children in these cases. Parenting plans are often used as part of the process. Find out more… Read More »

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Marriage In Trouble? Why You Should Talk To A Divorce Attorney Rather Than Family And Friends

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

It is natural to want to talk to family and friends about important matters going on in your life. However, if you are considering confiding to them about problems in your marriage, you may want to think carefully about whether this is a good idea. Find out why it is often better to wait… Read More »

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Five Common Issues That Can Make High Asset Divorce More Challenging

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce is never easy, but certain types of circumstances can make it even more challenging. This is particularly true in high asset divorce cases. While the same state laws apply as in any other situation, the couple’s lifestyle and sheer volume of property and assets are major considerations and often cause… Read More »

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When A Missing Parent Re Enters Your Child’s Life

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Parents have a legal and moral duty to take care of and financially provide for their children. Sadly, this is not always the case. In situations involving both divorce and unmarried parents, it is not uncommon for one of the parties to disappear, leaving the other to raise their child. Many people juggle the… Read More »

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Ex Not Complying With Final Order? Contempt Of Court Charges In Fort Lauderdale Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

There are a variety of important issues that must be addressed when you file for a divorce in Fort Lauderdale. Arrangements you make in negotiations and before the judge in your case will be included as part of any final orders issued. What happens in the aftermath, if your spouse fails to comply with… Read More »