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Donald Criscuolo’s Legal Guides

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  • Visitation

    Seeing and spending time with your children is a major part of a childs life, as well as an important part of child rearing. It is also a right of constitutional dimension. Visitation is an outdated term. It is now called timesharing and is a major component of any Parenting Plan...

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  • Relocation After Divorce

    Perhaps no other area of family law is more emotionally charged and difficult to deal with than the issue of relocation with the children after a divorce. When negotiating timesharing, a compromise can be struck for a little more time or a little less time without much difficulty...

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  • Recovery of Attorney's Fees

    Under Florida law indivorceproceedings there are provisions for the payments of the other sides attorneys fees under certain circumstances. The most common circumstance is when one party has much greater financial resources than the other. In these situations the party seeking fe...

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  • Property Rights

    During the divorce process, your own non-marital property must be protected. Division of marital property is quite different from enforcing your rights to your own non-marital property. Non-marital property is generally that property that you owned before the marriage. Another fo...

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  • Property Division

    Pre-nuptial agreements are contracts made before the marriage, which spell out in advance the rights and obligations of the parties in the event of a divorce. They are generally used when one spouse has vastly more assets or income than the other or an expectation of a large inhe...

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  • Prenuptial Agreements

    Pre-nuptial agreements are contracts made before the marriage, which spell out in advance the rights and obligations of the parties in the event of a divorce. They are generally used when one spouse has vastly more assets or income than the other or an expectation of a large inhe...

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  • Modifying Child Support and Alimony

    As your divorce concludes, by agreement or a judges ruling, the issues of child support and alimony, if present in your case, will be decided. However, it does not necessarily end there. Those support issues were decided based upon the then-existing financial circumstances. These...

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  • Modification of Child Support or Alimony

    As your divorce concludes, by agreement or a judges ruling, the issues of child support and alimony, if present in your case, will be decided. However, it does not necessarily end there. Those support issues were decided based upon the then-existing financial circumstances. These...

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  • Modification of Child Custody/Visitation

    If minor children are involved in your divorce your case is never really over until they are no longer minors. During the divorce the custody and visitation issues will hopefully be resolved by agreement of if necessary by the judge. The factors going into that decision will be t...

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  • Mediation

    Divorce can sometimes be time-consuming and not only emotionally draining, but financially draining as well. It is important to approach each case with a problem-solving attitude early on, with the goal of getting through the process in a timely and cost effective manner. Mediati...

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