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February 2015 Archives

Parents fight over circumcision agreed to in parenting plan

A number of unmarried parents would agree that matters involving their children can be quite frustrating. This is not just limited to who gets child custody but can also include decisions that are addressed in a parenting plan. In a recent case, two Florida parents are in a bitter dispute regarding their 4-year-old son's circumcision.

New guidelines for alimony in Florida are yet again in the works

Alimony has been a hot topic in Florida for several legislative sessions. Previous bills have been vetoed by the governor and come under fire by women's advocacy groups. However, current proposed changes seem to have the support of both sides and may lead to landmark reforms to what some believe to be an outdated alimony system.

Impact of businesses during divorce

When spouses divorce, they must often divide up personal property and assets. The same thing for divorce is true for family businesses in Florida. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that nearly four million businesses throughout the country are owned by spouses.

Man arrested for owing large amount in child support

Courts typically order child support to be paid to the parent who has primary custody of the child. Unfortunately, there are circumstances that arise that make it almost impossible for child support to be paid. Florida blog readers may be interested in reading about a man who allegedly owes almost $400,000 in child support.

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