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How to Get Child Support from a Parent Who Is Incarcerated

December 3, 2019

A parent has a legal duty to support their child, according to Dept. of Revenue v. Jackson, 846 So. 2d 486, 492 (Fla. 2003), but questions arise when that parent is incarcerated. Unlike under- or unemployed parents who can support their children, an incarcerated parent is incapable of producing the... View Article

Understanding the Termination of Parental Rights

October 28, 2019

Being a parent is a difficult job, but an important one—in fact, the state values the role of mothers and fathers so much that anyone deemed “unfit” could be subject to having their parental rights terminated. Florida identifies several different statutory ways in which a person’s parental rights can be... View Article

Can You Appeal a Florida Divorce Ruling?

October 14, 2019

There are few life events more time-consuming and traumatic than a divorce. While it’s possible that a couple will agree to the terms of the divorce (which is called an “uncontested” divorce), the vast majority of spouses will have conflict in at least one area. This is especially likely if... View Article

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