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    Orlando, FL 32801
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    Why Aren’t Teens Adopted?

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 19, 2014

    We always hear about how difficult the process of adopting can be for potential parents, but what about the children? Perhaps the emotional toll of waiting for a family outweighs the legal hardships – being adopted is a major challenge for aging children in foster care. It’s difficult to wrap your mind around: separated from […]

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    Same-Sex Divorce Spurs Debate in Florida

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 9, 2014

    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has issued a formal request that Broward Circuit Judge Dale Cohen to keep in place a stay of his original ruling declaring the state’s ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. The judge has a scheduled hearing set for today in which he has the ability to hand down a final divorce […]

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    Reports Indicate Generations of Child-Abuse

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 3, 2014

    Earlier this year, a sixteen-month-old girl spent her last few hours of life in her Tarpon Street family home after her father allegedly slammed her against a wall. The 23-year-old father swung the toddler ‘like a baseball bat’ and gravely injured her, allowing 16 hours to pass before seeking medical treatment at nearby Florida Hospital […]

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    Federal Court Rules Florida Ban on Same-Sex Marriage Unconstitutional

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 26, 2014

    Gay and lesbian rights advocates continued their historic run last week as a federal judge deemed Florida’s same-sex marriage ban as unconstitutional. Although the landmark victory opens the door to same-sex marriage possibilities in Florida, the recent action will not directly permit such marriages right away. The landmark ruling made by US District Judge Robert […]

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    Racism Concerns Stunt Domestic Adoptions

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 19, 2014

    Florida’s international adoption rates are on the upswing. While it’s welcome news for adoptive parents in Canada, the uptick is more worrisome in America. According to adoption officials, Floridian mothers – citing very real concerns over racism – are placing children up for adoption elsewhere to escape domestic persecution. Reports show a growing number of […]

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    Florida Woman Fighting Same Sex Ban for Preventing Her Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 10, 2014

    Marriage rights for homosexuals have been a hot topic for a number of years now. Florida, which fairly easily passed a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage back in 2008, has been dragged back into the fight by one Florida woman, but not for the reason you think. Maria Matheau is fighting the state’s ban on […]

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    Paying Child Support for a Grandchild?

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 3, 2014

    A Florida grandmother recently found herself on the hook for thousands of dollars in child support, for a child that is not hers. Avon Park resident Vickie Holsey started having issues in July 2013, when a court order required her to pay child support for her 2-year-old granddaughter. Further compounding the issue is that her […]

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    Florida Man Chooses 60 Days in Jail Over Child Support Payments

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 27, 2014

    Whenever you see the topic of child support come up in the news, it is usually in a negative context. Someone is contesting their child support, or someone is fighting child support back payments, or someone is in jail for refusing to pay their child support and skipping town, etc. Far less often do you […]

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    Contentious Divorce Linked with Hypertension

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 20, 2014

    The effects of divorce are well-known: Finances, housing, and possessions get split, families learn how to spend time apart, holidays get divided, etc. However, a recent study done by the University of Arizona shows that there could be some fairly serious health effects for some people as well. It is undeniable that going through a […]

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    Bitter Divorce Turns to 5 Years for Perjury

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 6, 2014

    One Florida woman’s recent arrest is the perfect example of how lying to a family court is never a smart idea, even when it means protecting your children. The incident in question involved a woman who won full custody of her child after she showed police threatening messages she had received from her then-husband via […]

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