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Supervised Time-sharing (formerly known as visitation): When is it Required in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Several years ago the Florida Legislature changed the legal terms related to custody and visitation.  Though those terms are still generally used by the public they are no longer the legal terms used in a family law case.  The term “time-sharing” is now used to describe what days a child goes with a specific… Read More »

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What Happens to Your Inheritance When You Get Divorced in Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

If you received an inheritance from a relative or a loved one, you may be interested in protecting it in a divorce. Under Florida law, divorcing couples must divide their marital property in a reasonably fair manner. However, not all of your assets will necessarily be deemed marital assets. Indeed, when handled properly, inheritance… Read More »

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