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Frequently Asked Questions About Financial Affidavits In A Florida Divorce

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

Litigation, in which a divorcing couple argues their case before a judge, may be the most visible form of divorce remediation thanks in large part to television dramas. However, in real life, it only makes up a small fraction of what divorce attorneys do. Other methods of remediation such as mediation or collaborative divorce… Read More »

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What Is A Foreign Pickup Order In Child Custody Cases?

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

A pickup order is meant to secure the physical custody of a child from one party and then deliver the child to another party. In many cases, this happens without the parents coming into contact with one another. The child is dropped off at a neutral location, and the other parent picks them up… Read More »

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Does A Florida Child Support Order Have A Statute Of Limitations?

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Under the law, the term “statute of limitations” refers to a time period after which you may no longer file a lawsuit against another party. The time period will depend on the type of lawsuit being filed and the state in which the lawsuit is filed. For example, Florida’s statute of limitations for filing… Read More »

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High Net Worth Couples And Collaborative Divorce

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

Some divorces are easily settled when the spouses can agree on all issues related to a divorce. Others are not so easy to settle when you cannot agree on issues related to child custody or financial distribution of the marital estate. Often both of these issues are contentious in a Tampa, FL divorce. You… Read More »

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When Does Child Support End In Tampa, FL?

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Divorcing parents are generally aware that they must make child support payments to the spouse who has the children for the majority of the time. Fewer, however, are aware of how long those child support payments last. In this article, a Tampa, FL child support lawyer will discuss how long child support lasts in… Read More »

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Legal Agreements For Separated Couples Who Remain Married

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Sometimes, couples just need a breather from one another. They don’t necessarily want to end their marriage, but they make the decision to live apart indefinitely. In that case, it helps to have a Tampa, FL divorce lawyer look over any agreements that you put into place. Talking to a family attorney can help… Read More »

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What Is Parallel Parenting In Florida?

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Parallel parenting is an option for divorcees who cannot communicate without animosity. While you may be separated during your divorce, you will be connected to your co-parent for the rest of your life through your children. Parallel parenting affords you the option of minimizing interactions between you and your soon-to-be former spouse. It is… Read More »

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Can You Get Past Due Child Support After The Child Turns 18?

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

Generally speaking, child support payments terminate when the child reaches the age of majority or 18 years of age. However, this rule doesn’t apply to past-due child support payments. The recipient parent is entitled to recover past-due child support that hasn’t been paid. To collect past-due child support payments, the custodial parent must obtain… Read More »

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What You Should Know About High Net Worth Divorces

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

It’s generally assumed that the more assets you have, the more complex your divorce will be. When a divorce occurs, an inventory is taken of both spouses’ assets, debts, and other holdings. Different types of resources can lead to different types of challenges. For example, you may need to divest a retirement account without… Read More »

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Tips For A Successful Divorce Mediation

By Faulkner Law Group, PLLC |

Mediation is mandated by the Florida courts, but it can save you a lot of money in attorney’s fees as well. The reason why mediation is required is that the divorce rate is quite high and the courts would get bogged down by divorces if every divorce required a judge to make key decisions…. Read More »

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