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    Orlando, FL 32801
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    Welcome to Our Blog

    Man Arrested for $450k in Owed Child and Spousal Support

    Posted on behalf of the firm on June 15, 2014

    It seems that the tale of a spouse not paying their child/spousal support is as old as time. Even in this day and age where you can’t wiggle a toe without a GPS satellite pin-pointing your location, it seems as if people still try to get away with not paying their legally-mandated support. One such […]

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    Floridians Upset With State’s Handling of Family Law

    Posted on behalf of the firm on May 25, 2014

    Going through any sort of family change can be rough, whether it’s a divorce, or changing a child support arrangement, or nullifying an existing spousal support agreement. Whenever loved ones are put into the middle of a situation, it can get very stressful very quickly. While it is understandable that a lot of that stress […]

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    Florida Alimony Laws Starting to Come Under Fire

    Posted on behalf of the firm on January 12, 2014

    Alimony laws in Florida have been under some scrutiny in the past month since a front-page story was done on them in early December. While the current alimony laws serve many purposes, some groups are beginning to questions whether they are still viable in this day and age. The process of alimony started back in […]

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    Florida Governor Scott Vetoes Alimony Bill

    Posted on behalf of the firm on June 16, 2013

    In April, the Florida Senate voted in favor of Senate Bill 718, better known as the alimony reform bill.  This bill would greatly affect the current alimony laws in the state by altering time tables for alimony and ending permanent alimony, as well.  Permanent alimony was instituted years ago when the husband worked and the […]

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    Senate Bill 718 – Alimony Reform – Passes Senate

    Posted on behalf of the firm on April 15, 2013

    On April 4, the Florida Senate voted 29-11 in favor of Senate Bill 718, which is also known as the alimony reform bill.  Bill 718 eliminates permanent alimony, which requires one spouse, usually the male, to pay alimony for the rest of his life.  Permanent alimony was instituted years ago when the husband was the […]

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    Florida Alimony Law Reform

    Posted on behalf of the firm on June 28, 2012

    Florida is one of a handful of states that allows permanent lifetime alimony that does not end at retirement, but only ceases upon death or remarriage of the recipient.  This law can have devastating consequences for the former spouse who has to pay out this permanent alimony. Florida Alimony Reform (FAR) is America’s largest alimony […]

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    Murder- Suicide in Clearwater

    Posted on behalf of the firm on May 19, 2012

    On June 5th, Ingrid Agbebaku was found shot to death in a condominium where she was staying with her grandmother. Her husband, Eugene Agbebaku, was found across the street with a self inflicted gunshot wound. Neighbor Gerges Hanna heard gunshots and ran outside, and that is where he found Ingrid’s two children, ages 5 years […]

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    Lump Sum Alimony

    Posted on behalf of the firm on February 9, 2012

    Lump Sum Alimony Explained (not really a type of alimony, but how the alimony is paid) There are several types of alimony which can be awarded in a dissolution of marriage (divorce) proceeding in Florida.  In the next couple of weeks I will be discussing the different types of alimony and under what circumstances the […]

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