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Can Someone Lose Their Spousal Support?

Posted on : June 14, 2021
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If you received alimony or spousal support as a result of your divorce, you may be wondering if the court can take it away. It’s possible to lose your right to claim alimony in certain circumstances, so here’s how to know if you should be concerned.   Ask the following questions: When Was Your Support […]

Will My Spousal Support End If I Remarry?

Posted on : May 23, 2021
Tampa Alimony Modification
After getting a divorce, the type of spousal support you are getting and the conditions of any prenuptial or divorce agreement will determine if you will continue to receive alimony if you remarry. Here’s what you need to know about spousal maintenance after remarriage and how to receive help from a competent and compassionate family […]

Is Marriage Counseling Required for a Divorce?

Posted on : April 19, 2021
Tampa Divorce Filing
If you’re interested in getting a divorce, marriage counseling is no longer required prior to doing so. However, it could benefit you in a number of ways. It may also be something that doesn’t or won’t work for your unique situation.    Before dissolving your marriage, you should know that:  Marriage Counseling Has Many Advantages   […]

Florida Divorce Laws Explained

Posted on : January 4, 2021
Tampa Divorce Filing
Understanding Florida Divorce Law If you are going through a separation in Florida and think that divorce proceedings will be necessary, then you will want to ensure that you have a full understanding of the process so that it goes as smoothly as possible. Florida divorce laws may be different from laws in other states, […]

Can I Unestablish Paternity?

Posted on : December 20, 2020
Tampa Child Paternity
Establishing Paternity In Florida Many families today are not considered traditional today. When this becomes important is when you are in the midst of a family law case in which you need the support of an experienced Tampa family lawyer. Florida law views the party’s marital status at the time of the child’s birth rather […]