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  • I'll Just Appeal
    I'll Just Appeal

    You go to court, accept a plea offer from the State Attorney, and resolve your case. Maybe you’re not crazy about the plea deal, but you’re worried about facing jail or even prison. And in the back of ...

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  • Mental Health and Divorce in Florida
    Mental Health and Divorce in Florida

    There are two grounds for divorce in Florida – the marriage is irretrievably broken or one spouse is mentally incapacitated. This mental incapacity must exist for at least three years before the ...

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  • Can't I Just Use a Document Preparation Service?
    Can't I Just Use a Document Preparation Service?

    You suddenly find yourself getting divorced. On top of the emotional struggle, you’re facing some serious financial concerns. You’re not sure if you need to hire an attorney – and a friend mentions ...

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  • Grandparents' Rights
    Grandparents' Rights

    Florida Stature 752.011 governs grandparents’ visitation with a minor child. A grandparent can petition the court for visitation under this section…but only in very specific circumstances. A ...

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  • Are you Considered a Co-Defendant?
    Are you Considered a Co-Defendant?

    I’ve been arrested with someone else. What does that mean for me? When you’re arrested with someone else that means you have a co-defendant. At your first appearance the judge is likely to tell you ...

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  • Alimony: What Does it Mean?
    Alimony: What Does it Mean?

    We’ve all heard the word “alimony” but what does it mean? Alimony is maintenance payments from one former spouse to another. It is not meant to punish a spouse, but rather, to take into consideration ...

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