When Does Alimony End in Florida?

Posted on : November 5, 2019
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Alimony is a form of financial support payment made from one spouse to another during and after a divorce. This payment is designed to reduce the financial strain of a divorce on the lesser earning spouse until they can reasonably begin providing for themselves. Alimony is very discretional and can be based on various factors [Read More]
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How Does Florida Handle Interstate Custody Matters?

Posted on : October 30, 2019
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Child custody cases are often complex and wrought with emotion. When you’re dealing with two sets of state laws, this can compound the situation. Where to file is a question that comes up often. Here’s what you should know about how Florida handles family law cases involving children, including interstate custody issues, and where/how to [Read More]
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What Is Temporary Child Custody?

Posted on : August 26, 2019
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In matters of child time-sharing, it may take time to determine how time-sharing with the parents should be awarded. Many factors go into making this decision, but during the pendency of the case,  the child must live with one parent or both. This is when a temporary parenting plan is typically ordered. What is a [Read More]
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Will Being Self-Employed Impact My Florida Divorce?

Posted on : August 26, 2019
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Are you a self-employed individual and are considering getting a divorce? Or, perhaps you’re already involved in legally ending your marriage. Divorces, where one or both spouses are self-employed, tend to be a little more complex than divorces where spouses are traditionally employed, so it’s important to get professional guidance. Here’s what to consider. Contact [Read More]
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Attorney Hayes Named One of Super Lawyers’ 2019 Rising Stars

Posted on : June 24, 2019
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Second Year As A Florida Rising Star We are thrilled to announce that Kevyn Noonan Hayes, Esq. has been named one of Super Lawyers’ 2019 Florida Rising Stars. This is her second year to have earned the title, and Attorney Hayes is proud to once again join a fantastic group of other experienced Florida lawyers. [Read More]
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Are Home Paternity Tests Admissible in Florida Family Courts?

Posted on : June 24, 2019
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Paternity testing is necessary in many types of family law cases, including child custody, visitation, and child support cases when the parties are not married. It is important to understand the different types of paternity tests available, what can and can’t be admitted into a Florida family court, and how to get legal help when [Read More]
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What Does A Filing Party Need to Know About Florida No-Fault Divorce?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
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What Does A Filing Party Need to Know About Florida No-Fault Divorce? Florida is a no-fault divorce state. This means that either party in the marriage is eligible to move forward with filing for divorce regardless of whether or not any acts such as adultery have occurred. The party who is seeking to file a [Read More]
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How Do We Determine Holiday Visitation in A Florida Divorce

Posted on : March 22, 2019
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How Do We Determine Holiday Visitation in A Florida Divorce? In the best case scenario, divorcing parents will be able to come up with their own parenting plan. But all hope of that peaceful resolution can slip away if the other parent intends to battle it out and refuses to meet you with cooperation in [Read More]
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What Does It Mean to Say That My Florida Marriage Is Irretrievably Broken?

Posted on : February 27, 2019
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No-Fault Divorce In Florida Florida is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that in order to get a divorce you must be able to show that the marriage is irretrievably broken. This concept can be confusing for some people, even those people who have come to the conclusion that divorce is the only option for them [Read More]
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Is Legal Separation a Formal Status in Florida?

Posted on : January 25, 2019
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Legal Separation In Florida Are you contemplating filing for legal separation before filing for divorce or want to see if legal separation is better suited to your individual case? Strictly speaking, Florida does not have a specific legal process through which you can obtain a legal separation. Both parties, however, are eligible to enter into [Read More]
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