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Date 04 Jun23 2020 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Kevyn Noonan Hayes was selected by Super Lawyers as Rising Star for 2020 The Law Office of Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A. is proud to announce today that our very own Kevyn Noonan Hayes, Esq. was selected for the third year...
Date 12 May41 2020 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Coronavirus Effects On Divorce  The novel coronavirus has had a massive impact across all areas of life in the U.S., and family legal issues are no exception. With Florida family courts mostly closed except for exceptional circumstances or hearings occurring...
Date 24 Apr35 2020 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Splitting Parenting Time   When two parents separate, often as the result of divorce, any children they share typically split their parenting time.    Florida courts have recognized the importance of a child maintaining their relationship with both parents, and...
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Super Lawyers 2020 Rising Stars (3rd Year In A Row)
Posted on 04 Jun 2020 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Kevyn Noonan Hayes was selected by Super Lawyers as Rising Star for 2020 The Law Office of Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A. is proud to announce today that our very own Kevyn Noonan Hayes, Esq. was selected for the third year...
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How will the Coronavirus affect your Florida Divorce
Posted on 12 May 2020 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Coronavirus Effects On Divorce  The novel coronavirus has had a massive impact across all areas of life in the U.S., and family legal issues are no exception. With Florida family courts mostly closed except for exceptional circumstances or hearings occurring...
What Is Reasonable Visitation in a Child Custody Case?
Posted on 24 Apr 2020 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
Splitting Parenting Time   When two parents separate, often as the result of divorce, any children they share typically split their parenting time.    Florida courts have recognized the importance of a child maintaining their relationship with both parents, and...
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