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Date 24 Jun 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
Date 24 Jun 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
Date 29 Apr 2019 | Posted by:Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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Attorney Hayes Named One of Super Lawyers’ 2019 Rising Stars
Posted on 24 Jun 2019 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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Are Home Paternity Tests Admissible in Florida Family Courts?
Posted on by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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What Does A Filing Party Need to Know About Florida No-Fault Divorce?
Posted on 29 Apr 2019 by Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A.
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...
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