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Terminating parental rights in Florida

The main goal of family court officials both in Hernando County and throughout the rest of Florida is to keep the family relationship intact. Having said that, there may be instances where it is believed to be the in best interests of a majority of those involved to...

Does “equitable” mean “equal?”

As you prepare for your divorce in Hernando County, there are many who may tell you that you are entitled to exactly half of all your marital assets. They have good reason to believe so; after all, per Section 61.075 of the Florida State Statutes, the state does...

Divorce and the division of property

If you think that the time has come for you to end your marriage, or are already going through the process of divorce, you might face diverse challenges on a daily basis. From explaining the situation to children to dealing with the emotional strain that divorce can...

Why is child support so expensive?

One of the most fractious elements of a Florida divorce is ongoing child support payments. Often, the noncustodial parent feels frustrated, believing he or she is over-paying while the other parent is taking advantage of that support. When you consider what child...

Dividing debt after a divorce

Finances can be one of the biggest contributors to marital strife. Yet it is important that couples in Hernando County understand that their divorces do not signal the end of having to deal with the financial decisions they may have made during their marriages. Many...

What is included in a parenting plan

When Florida residents decide upon a child custody agreement, much more goes into it than simply deciding legal and physical custody. While Florida is compliant with guidelines found in The Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act handed down by the...