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December 2012 Archives

Husband claims his marriage is a scam; wife wanted his money

Divorce can be a difficult time for the people involved. Sometimes, a marriage doesn't work out, and the parties have to try to agree on property division, alimony, child custody and more. This is the same whether in Florida or another state. Divorce may lead to intense discussions and strong emotions, so knowing the law behind the issues can help.

Custody fight for girl adopted without consent

We often think of child custody as being a product of divorce, but that is not always the case. When a child custody dispute involves a third party in addition to the biological parents of a child, there can be significant legal complications. It is especially important for parents to understand all available legal options during a complex child custody dispute. Readers in the Pensacola area might be interested in the complicated legal battle that one father has been fighting.

Florida grandmother seeks custody of murdered woman's child

Child custody disputes are typically thought of as disputes between a mother and a father. However, in some situations, grandparents find themselves fighting for custody of their grandchildren. Florida law does recognize the best interests of the child in child custody disputes, but it is still important to understand all legal options.

Former Tampa Bay player requests reduction in child support

Agreements to provide financial support for child-raising are often contentious issues in the courts. Child support often boils down to what the parents can provide to keep a child living at the same level of comfort as if the parents were together. Courts commonly allow modification to such agreements if income levels change, but some parents may decide to include clauses that prevent such modification.

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