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Job-Related Divorce Modifications In Port St. Lucie

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Back in ye olden days, many people worked at one job for life. Those days are gone now. In fact, the average Floridian changes jobs up to fifteen times during their lives. If the job-changing person was divorced and had minor children, the change probably affects both the child support obligation and the parenting… Read More »

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What You Need To Know About PAS

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Parental Alienation Syndrome is one of the most common obstacles to effective co-parenting in divorced Florida families. The alienating spouse either consciously or subconsciously drives an emotional or psychological wedge between the targeted parent and the children. PAS was once called “maternal brainwashing,” a label that’s both inaccurate and inflammatory. This moniker probably helped… Read More »

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Some Family Law Modification Basics In Florida

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Most people need to adjust their divorce orders at least once every four years, largely because job changes are so frequent. In fact, most people go through about a dozen job changes during their adult lives. Since almost all these changes involve a salary adjustment, it’s often necessary to adjust child and spousal support… Read More »

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Some Parenting Plan Modification Basics In Florida

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America is perhaps the most mobile society in the world, as about one in four Floridians relocate at least once every five years. Whether that move is a local one to establish a better commute or an interstate relocation in pursuit of a new opportunity, these relocations often have a significant effect on a… Read More »

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Changing Custody Arrangements In Florida

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Like the ones in most other states, Florida family law judges almost always respect custody and visitation agreements between divorcing that both parties voluntarily signed and uphold the best interests of the children. The same thing applies to divorce modification. As a rule of thumb, most divorce orders need to be modified at least… Read More »

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