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Andrew G. Storie

Altamonte Springs Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. Income Determination for Child Support in Florida

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    Florida Statute 61.30 (2)(a) defines what should be included as gross income for child support purposes in Florida. It includes, but is not limited to:

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  2. Dependency/ Department of Children and Family (DCF) Actions in Florida

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    The State of Florida Department of Children and Families is in charge of investigating child abuse cases throughout the state. Each Florida county is slightly different but in general a report of child abuse begins a long process that may involve many state agencies into the life...

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  3. Alimony in Florida

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    Spousal Support, also known as Alimony, is a type of payment for the support and maintenance of a spouse, either by lump sum or on a continuing basis. Alimony - Spousal Support is paid by the supporting spouse to the dependent spouse. Before consideration of an award of alimo...

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  4. Factors Florida Courts Use in Determining Parental Responsibility, Parenting Plans and Timesharing

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    Florida Statute 61.13(3) lists the factors courts must use in determing or modifying Parental Responsibility, Parenting Plans and Timesharing. The court must make a determination of what is in the best interest of the child based on the following factors

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  5. Domestic Partners and Florida Family Law

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    Property and Support Rights: Florida law creates no legal rights or duties between unmarried couples who live together and therefore, there are no laws for non-married persons regarding property and support issues. Florida does not recognize the concept of palimony. Domestic part...

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  6. Annulments in Florida

    Written by attorney Andrew Storie, about 3 years ago.

    An Annulment is a way to have what you thought was a legal marriage declared invalid as if it never took place. This is different than a divorce, which is a decree issued by the court that terminates a legal marriage. While there is no statute in Florida regarding annulments, the...

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