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Establishing paternity in Florida

If you are unmarried when your child, or a child you presume to be yours, is born, establishing paternity is an important step that not only offers many benefits for the child, but also gives you certain rights to that child in the eyes of the law. Maybe you are a...

Evolving child custody procedures

On top of the stress that divorce can create for both spouses involved, making arrangements for children is an entirely different matter. Sometimes, spouses may decide to live in different states, or make other major life changes that can significantly alter the...

Are you entitled to alimony?

Many of those in Hernando County who choose to divorce may carry some preconceived notions into their proceedings. One of those is often the assumption that whichever one of the couple was not the primary household wage earner will be entitled to alimony. If you hold...