What About the Pets?

What About the Pets?

When a couple decides to split up, one of the many difficult decisions they might face is who gets to keep their pet. Traditionally in Florida, pets are considered property in court cases, which means that judges treat them like any other piece of personal property such as furniture or a car. However, in recent

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What Info Can I Give My Attorney at the Consult?

Basic information such as your name and the name of the other party. If you’re married, what was the date of your marriage? Do you have any children with the other party? Tell your attorney about yourself, your lifestyle, your job, your life at home, what made you decide to speak with an attorney. It

Should I Use Social Media During My Divorce?

If you could avoid using social media during your divorce, that is probably best. You can obviously post in your social media accounts, doing things with your children. Otherwise it’s best to avoid it. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

Do I Need to Serve My Spouse?

No, you do not need to serve them by a formal process server. There are other ways to do it in a more. Peaceful manner, such as having your attorney sent a letter to them saying that you filed and you want to them to accept the papers. You can also have your spouse hire

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