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If You Move, Change Your Address With The Court!

If you move and you have a family law case in Florida, even if it is closed, you may need to update the court with your latest address. Here are some examples of when you may need to notify the court. Open Cases If your case is open and you have an attorney, your attorney’s […]

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2021 Changes To Family Law Forms

The new year brought some changes to family law in Florida that not everyone noticed! These changes include removing the notarization requirement for several common forms and an increase in documents required for mandatory disclosure. I think most people will find the changes to these family law forms to be a positive change designed to […]

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Litigation Process Explained

Litigation is confusing at best and often scary. We’ve put together a detailed explanation about the 6-step litigation process in family law. Read it if you are involved in a litigated case. The 6-Step Process We’ll Discuss: Pre-litigation – What do you do before you take legal action? Case Initiation – The first step in […]

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An Alternative To Notarizing Family Law Documents During COVID-19

The Florida Supreme Court suspended the need to have many (but not all) Florida Family Law Forms which are required to be notarized or signed in the presence of a clerk during. Instead of a notarization, a party may include a statement before the filer’s signature: Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have […]

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Don’t Make The Wrong Choices During Open Enrollment

Now is the time of the year many employers have, or soon will have, open enrollment.  This is a time employees get to change health and welfare benefits for the new year which often includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance choices.  If you have a pending family law case (divorce, paternity, child support, etc.), […]