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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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    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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    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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    Couple Denied Same-Sex Divorce in Florida

    Posted on behalf of the firm on May 21, 2014

    There have been many stories in the news recently about homosexual couples being denied marriage licenses due to certain states not recognizing same-sex marriages, but rarely do you hear about couples being denied divorces for the same reason. However, that is exactly what happened for one lesbian couple living in Hillsborough County. They originally got […]

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    Training Courses Lead to Increased Marriage Satisfaction

    Posted on behalf of the firm on April 6, 2014

    When people hear of marriage counseling or training, they almost always think of relationships that are already showing signs of trouble. However, recently, there have been outbreaks of so-called “skills training” classes for new couples to undergo. In a published study, the results have shown that while the overall divorce rate for “trained” couples is […]

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    Florida Gay Rights Activists Say DOMA Lawsuit Imminent

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 8, 2013

    According to Florida activist group Equality Florida, despite the current political climate, they are predicting that 2016 will be the year of marriage equality. Members of the group are currently working on a strategy, and gathering personal stories in order to help push for new legislation related to the LGBT community. In addition to the […]

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    Florida Advocates Push Marriage Equality Efforts

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 7, 2013

    The Supreme Court’s ruling last week striking down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act as well as allowing the trial-court ruling finding California’s Proposition 8 unconstitutional to stand, has advocates in Florida and several other states pushing to expand marriage equality efforts. In Florida, a plan to launch a petition drive to reverse the […]

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    Supreme Court Strikes Down Federal Marriage Provision

    Posted on behalf of the firm on June 30, 2013

    On Wednesday, in what could be considered a victory for gay rights, the Supreme Court in a 5-4 ruling struck down the provision of a federal law that denies federal benefits to married gay couples.  The court’s decision struck down part of a federal anti-gay marriage law that has kept those legally married gay couples […]

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    Lingering Divorce Battle Causes Problems for Kim Kardashian

    Posted on behalf of the firm on January 13, 2013

    Kim Kardashian, the reality TV show star, and Kris Humphries, NBA athlete, had an extremely short marriage; seventy-two days, to be exact.  Although the two have lived apart and have no inclination whatsoever to reunite, they still remain married.  The reason for this lingering divorce battle – the divorce has dragged on for over a […]

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    Scott’s Pro-Child Gestures Lack Follow-up

    Posted on behalf of the firm on May 10, 2012

    Governor Rick Scott named his wife, Ann, the state’s chief child advocate last year.  He also placed David Wilkins, the Department of Children and Families secretary, in charge of the children and youth cabinet.  Then he reappointed some of the state’s chief advocates for child welfare to the group. Many thought these moves were a […]

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