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    Llabona Law Group, P.A.

    1309 East Robinson Street
    Orlando, FL 32801
    Telephone: (407) 894-6003
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    Llabona Law Group, P.A.

    813 Bryan Street
    Kissimmee, FL 34741
    Telephone: (321) 697-5050
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    Controlling Emotions During a Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on November 25, 2012

    A divorce is one of the most emotional, tumultuous events a person can go through in life.  It is even more emotional and tumultuous for the partner who does not want the marriage to end.  When one partner is still in love and wants the relationship to continue, he or she can be heartbroken and […]

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    Divorce Settlements

    Posted on behalf of the firm on November 19, 2012

    The majority of celebrities in the news who divorce, have long, drawn-out, drama-filled divorces, fighting over money, homes and child custody and support.  Recently, however, one celebrity couple who divorced, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, reached a divorce settlement in record time.  They set an example on how to end a relationship with a minimum […]

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    Legally Changing Your Name After a Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on November 11, 2012

    After the emotional and stressful process of a divorce, you would think the majority of women would want to start a new chapter in their lives by changing their married last name back to their maiden name.  However, this is not always the case.  Many divorced women with children will retain their ex-husband’s last name […]

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    Domestic Violence and Terminating a Lease

    Posted on behalf of the firm on November 4, 2012

    A lease on a residence, whether it be an apartment, townhouse or a single family home, is a binding contract between two parties, with both parties being  obligated to honor the terms of the agreement.  Even though it is a binding contract, there are certain state and federal laws that do allow tenants to break […]

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