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    Creed Singer’s Wife Seeks Full Custody in Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 14, 2014

    With hits such as “Higher” and “With Arms Wide Open,” the band Creed’s albums have sold over 25 million copies, and spent more than a year (cumulatively) in the #1 spot. For the early 2000s, you almost couldn’t turn on the radio without a Creed hit greeting you. Since 2004, the band members have been […]

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    50/50 Parenting Can Put Parents Ahead of Their Kids

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 3, 2014

    Whether you’ve been tuned into things or not, there’s currently a heated national debate taking place regarding child custody. The November 2014 election cycle saw states like North Dakota vote on equal parenting time, a cause championed by the “Parental Rights Initiative”. This controversial measure ultimately failed, by what many would consider a landslide margin […]

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    Child Support Payments and College

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 21, 2014

    When going through a divorce, an individual will likely have a thousand questions running through their minds. Who will get custody of our kids? How long will this take? How are we going to split assets? Is the family going to split, or stay close? Will I have enough money to live off comfortably afterwards? […]

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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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    Florida Mother Fights Family Court for Kids

    Posted on behalf of the firm on June 29, 2014

    A Florida mother recently learned the hard way how being caught unprepared can cost the ultimate price: Your children. When it comes to criminal courts, the rules are clear: Evidence of a crime leads to sentencing, which leads to punishment. In this example, if someone is found guilty of child abuse, they lose all parenting […]

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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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    Extreme Reaction to Child Custody Issues

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 16, 2013

    When many married couples decide to end their marriage and seek a divorce, they do so amicably.  Decisions involving child custody and support, debt and asset division, and, if applicable, spousal support are made in a calm and respectful manner.  Unfortunately, not all divorces end amicably, especially when child custody issues are at stake. One […]

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    Usher Will Keep Custody of His Two Sons

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 18, 2013

    In 2009, R & B star Usher Raymond and his wife of two years, Tameka Foster Raymond, divorced.  After a lengthy child custody battle, Usher was awarded primary custody of his two young sons. Last week, Usher and his ex-wife were again in an Atlanta courtroom battling over custody of their two sons.  Tameka had […]

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    Mother in Brazil Custody Dispute Heading Home to Massachusetts

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 15, 2013

    Shauna Hadden and her six-year-old daughter Ava went to Brazil in late May for a three-week stay to allow the child to visit her father.  Unfortunately what was meant to be a amicable visit, turned into a an almost two-month-long battle to leave the country when Brazilian authorities confiscated their passports as part of a […]

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    Rotating Child Custody

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 9, 2012

    The child custody laws in Florida always have the best interests of the children involved in the divorce as the number one priority.  Several types of child custody arrangements are allowed and one of these is rotating custody. In a rotating physical custody arrangement, both the physical and legal custody of the child is rotated […]

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