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Kurt Eugene Lee

Kurt Lee’s Legal Guides

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  • The 12 Statutory Grounds To Terminate Parental Rights In Florida

    Being a parent is perhaps the most important role a person can play in life. Oftentimes this role is performed well; but, sadly, it is sometimes performed poorly. In these latter instances, Florida law provides a method for terminating the parental rights of unfit parents. In Fl...

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  • Requirements For Simplified Dissolution Of Marriage In Florida

    In Florida, there is a process for a simplified dissolution of marriage. This simplified dissolution of marriage process is, however, only available to you if you and your spouse meet all of the following requirements: You and/or your spouse must have lived in Florida ...

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  • How Does A Judge Determine Alimony In Florida?

    In Florida, alimony may be awarded as part of a dissolution decree when one spouse has a need for financial assistance and the other spouse has the ability to pay the alimony. Unlike child support, there is no mathematical formula to calculate alimony. A judge will determine ...

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  • 3 Big Mistakes Men Make In Divorce

    Ignoring The Petition For Dissolution. Once the petition for dissolution is served, the respondent has 20 days to serve his response. If you do not respond, a default may be entered against you. A

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  • Three Ways To Avoid Legal Problems

    Put It In Writing While we all hope that everyone is trustworthy, but everyone is not. To avoid misunderstandings later, it is best to put it in writing now. A simple letter which is signed by the

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  • Five Suggestions for a Successful Mediation

    You Need To Be Prepared For Mediation It is critical that you communicate, verbally and non-verbally, to the mediator and the opposing party that you are prepared — you know the facts and you know th

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  • Five Ways To Customize The Standard Residential Real Estate Contract

    Specify remedies to protect both seller and buyer for breaches of contract. Most standard contracts include a default paragraph specifying remedies available if either party fails to perform as promi

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