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Navigating the Challenges Posed by an Uncooperative Co-Parent

Navigating the Challenges Posed by an Uncooperative Co-Parent

Divorce can result in more than simply the parties' official separation. Dealing with the difficulties of co-parenting with an uncooperative ex-spouse can be tough. Therefore, it’s crucial to understand its dynamics to address these challenges. Read on to learn...

Motion for Contempt in Florida: How It Works

Motion for Contempt in Florida: How It Works

Dealing with an ex-spouse after a divorce may be challenging. It is especially true if they do not follow the court order. Luckily, legal mechanisms exist to oblige their compliance. One such tool is known as the motion for contempt. Keep reading to learn about the...

Military Pension Division: Everything You Need to Know

Military Pension Division: Everything You Need to Know

Military divorces come with unique challenges, including the division of military pensions. When a military member or veteran receives a divorce, the court may order their spouse to receive a share of their pension in the settlement. Understanding how pensions are...

How to Protect Yourself Legally from Domestic Abuse

How to Protect Yourself Legally from Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse is a serious and widespread problem that impacts numerous individuals. According to statistics, 25% of women experience severe partner violence in the USA. Grasping your lawful entitlements and taking preemptive measures to shield yourself from the...

Military Divorce: An Overview

Military Divorce: An Overview

Divorce is an unfortunate reality. For those serving in the military, the divorce process can be even more challenging due to certain complexities unique to military families. Keep reading for an overview of the process of military divorce. What Is Military Divorce?...

Understanding How Child Support Works

Understanding How Child Support Works

When it comes to navigating the world of family law and divorce, understanding how child support works is crucial. Child support is a payment made by one parent to the other to help cover the cost of raising a child. It is a complex legal issue that requires careful...

Custody: Does Mom Have All The Power?

Custody: Does Mom Have All The Power?

The short answer? No, in Florida, the mother alone does not have the power anymore to claim child custody. Although both parents are a child’s primary caregivers, the onus of taking care of the baby largely falls on the mother. Cultural conditioning and biological...