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Bankruptcy and Family Support Obligations

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If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Tampa Bay, what will the court do with regard to your family support obligations? For instance, imagine a debtor in Tampa decides to file for bankruptcy, and there is currently a court order in place that requires the debtor to make child… Read More »

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Proposed Changes to Florida’s Time-Sharing Laws

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If you live in the Tampa Bay area, you might have heard rumblings about proposed changes to Florida’s alimony law. Indeed, legislators have been working on an alimony overhaul for quite some time, and it looks as though it might have enough support to pass. However, what you might not know is that the… Read More »

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Top Seven Mistakes Made By Pro Se Divorcees

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If you are trying to save money by handling your own divorce without an attorney, you are referred to as a “pro se litigant.” In our combined 36 years of family law experience, Daniel Hamilton and I have seen some common but serious mistakes that people make in their divorces. Sometimes, these mistakes can… Read More »

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Separate Property Concerns in a Contested Divorce

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Spouses who are thinking about filing for divorce in Tampa often hear the words “contested” and “uncontested.” What’s the difference between the two? In short, an uncontested divorce is one in which the spouses agree to all terms, from property division to support matters. A contested divorce, in contrast, means that the parties are… Read More »

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Child Custody Report Card

By Tampa Law Advocates |

When it comes to promoting shared child custody, is Florida doing everything it can to ensure the emotional health and well-being of kids? At the end of last year, the National Parents Organization compiled a “Shared Parenting Report Card.” The first national study of its kind, the report card was a large-scale attempt to… Read More »

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