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Navigating Child Custody For The Florida LGBTQIA+ Family

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Although same-sex couples were only able to legally marry a few years ago, they are also able to legally divorce. However, there are additional considerations to discuss if child custody must be determined. Some same-sex couples may have adopted a child together or a couple may have formed a blended family but each party… Read More »

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How Does Proof Of Adultery Impact The Outcome Of A Divorce In Florida?

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Highschool sweethearts who have been married for 17 years are filing for divorce. The cause: one spouse has cheated and the affair has gone for at least a year. The plaintiff spouse has now learned that the defendant spouse spent through their child’s college fund savings in order to support his new lifestyle and… Read More »

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Navigating The 2021-2022 School Year In A Blended Florida Family

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The new school year is quickly approaching. Many parents were hopeful that children would no longer need to wear masks at school, or at least not in the classroom. And while Governor DeSantis has made it clear he will not force students to wear a mask, COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Florida and… Read More »

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Contesting Service Of Process In Florida

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

One of the key components of filing a complaint for divorce, custody, or even a modification is also serving the defendant or respondent in the case with a copy of the pleading you file with the court of jurisdiction. A pleading is a legal document filed with the court asking the court to do… Read More »

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Will Your Florida Divorce Case Go to Trial or Settle?

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Considering a trial separation is one thing, but actually filing for divorce is another. If you have started the divorce process by filing a complaint in the court of jurisdiction, you may have questions about the progression of a typical case. You may also be wondering if you will be deposed, be called to… Read More »

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Divorce & Vacation Custody

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The unofficial start to summer is almost here. Teenagers are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. Flights are resuming, albeit expensively. Summer vacation is nearly here. That means summer vacation plans begin for families across the United States. COVID-19 is not over yet, and millions of Americans are fully vaccinated. But is it truly safe… Read More »

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What is Voluntary Impoverishment?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Are you stuck in a marriage with a spouse who refuses to work? Are you considering divorce but are concerned you will be forced to pay alimony to a husband or wife who has not contributed periodically throughout the marriage? This scenario is not uncommon. Voluntary impoverishment is defined as making a conscious choice… Read More »

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Divorced Parents & Child Vaccinations: Guiding Your Decision-Making

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Covid-19 vaccinations are on our minds as older Americans are inoculated throughout the country. Teachers have also been prioritized in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties for vaccination so that kids can get back to in-person learning. While some jurisdictions are still learning virtually, most districts in Florida are back to in-person learning or hybrid learning… Read More »

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Divorce & Your Finances

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Divorcing couples that have commingled finances, bank accounts, and other intangible assets are faced with difficult decisions to make. Equitable division of joint property is always tenuous, and often the most expensive and drawn-out issue in contested divorces. Courts encourage parties to resolve issues collaboratively and with limited judicial interference if possible. Some couples… Read More »

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Co-Parent Not Using Visitation Time: Options for Resolution

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

If you and your ex-spouse/co-parent already have a final custody order in place, including parenting plan details for drop-off/pick-ups of shared children, all your problems are over, right?  Just because an agreement has been filed with a court and a final order has been issued, doesn’t mean both parties will adhere to it. What… Read More »

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