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Date 05 Nov 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
Date 30 Oct 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
Date 26 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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When Does Alimony End in Florida?
Posted on 05 Nov 2019 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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How Does Florida Handle Interstate Custody Matters?
Posted on 30 Oct 2019 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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What Is Temporary Child Custody?
Posted on 26 Aug 2019 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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