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Subpoenaing Witnesses for Divorce Trial

When your divorce goes to trial, a judge will have to make the decisions that you and your spouse cannot agree upon while dissolving your marriage. These may include decisions about the custody of your children, the amount of support or alimony payments and the division of assets and property. In order to make your […]

If You Leave the Home Before Any Divorce Paperwork is Filed, Are You Forfeiting Your Rights of the Assets of the Home?

Divorce can be an unsettling time. One of the most prominent concerns among individuals experiencing divorce is whether they are giving up the rights to their home by moving out. That’s because, in the overwhelming majority of divorce cases, one of the parties will want to leave the house. But simply moving out of the […]

Can a Divorce be Forced Through Without Your Consent?

Contrary to popular belief, a person can get a divorce without the consent of their spouse in virtually every state without necessarily causing a delay or complicating the proceedings. Even so, obtaining a divorce can indeed be a difficult process. Especially when they involve minor children. Florida is a no fault state, which means either […]