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What To Discuss With A FL Divorce Lawyer

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Anything that is new can lead to people feeling anxious or nervous. If you have never met with a family lawyer before, you may be wondering what you and an attorney will discuss if you are seeking advice on ending a marriage. It is important to know that your initial consultation with a Port… Read More »

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Florida Fathers And Co-Parenting

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

In past generations, it was common for mothers to be granted full custody and for a father to receive visitation rights. In many cases, the dad would be awarded a visitation schedule with the kids staying at their father’s house every other weekend. But that is not true anymore. Because it has been widely… Read More »

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Is It Time For Me To File For A Florida Divorce?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Knowing when it is the right time to end a marriage is an extremely personal decision. Some couples are aware of faults in their marriage for years but choose to remain married for a set period of time. Others are blindsided when their spouse says they are ready to move out and begin a… Read More »

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Can I Get My Support Payments Increased?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Support payments, child support and spousal maintenance payments, are common for Florida families who have gone through a divorce. But there are times when the situation changes from the point in time when the support payments were first awarded. For example, the other parent of your children may have experienced a substantial increase in… Read More »

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Questions To Help You Connect With A Divorce Lawyer

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Selecting a family lawyer to handle your divorce is a big decision. You may be unsure how to connect with a compassionate lawyer you are comfortable sharing your story with who will also be aggressive when fighting for the future you want. To get started, ask yourself a few questions. What type of communication… Read More »

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Parent Relocation And FL Custody

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

There are many reasons why people consider moving to another state. Some people move to be closer to their extended family, others want to relocate due to employment concerns or because they prefer the climate of another region. But whatever the reason, if you and your spouse are crafting a custody agreement, there will… Read More »

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What If I Can’t Afford Child Support Payments?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Life changes over time, and the child support amount awarded at the time a divorced was finalized may not stay the same. For example, if you experience job loss or a salary reduction, you may no longer be able to afford the monthly amount you were told to pay at the time of your… Read More »

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Single Parents And Proving Paternity

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

When a child is born to unmarried parents, there is not a legal father until paternity is established. Often unmarried couples take care of this in the hospital in the day or two after a child is born. Forms will need to be signed. But there are also situations in which the process is… Read More »

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Should I Return To My Maiden Name?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Deciding if you want to change your surname back to your maiden name following a Florida divorce is a personal decision. In recent years, many women have opted to keep their married name throughout the marriage while others chose their spouse’s name after they exchanged vows, but those who changed their names may no… Read More »

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Importance Of A Support System While Navigating A Divorce

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

While a divorce can be a new beginning, it is also the end of a union, which can result in a flood of emotions and concerns. It is normal to grieve a marriage you are leaving, and many find a support system to be beneficial when navigating such a huge life change. While support… Read More »

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