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Prenup in Florida

Does your engaged son or daughter need a prenup?

Are you a soon-to-be mother-in-law or father-in-law? Does your son or daughter need a prenup? If your child is engaged,…
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CPA in Florida

Getting Divorced? Meet Your New Best Friend – Your CPA

You or your soon-to-be-ex-spouse filed for divorce. You now face the loss of assets while assuming marital debt as you…
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Will Your Out of State Prenup Hold Up in Florida?

Welcome to the Sunshine State! You’re going to love it here even if it’s a bit quirky when it comes…
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Family Law Florida

“ZEBRAS DON’T MARRY GIRAFFES” AND OTHER THINGS FAMILY COURT JUDGES SAY

Family law judges are people too. They follow their duty to apply the law fairly, but they don’t let their…
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Divorced Parents Recommendations from Schools

5 Things Schools Wish Divorced Parents (& Attorneys) Knew!

As a teacher and a school administrator, I have seen my fair share of custody agreements. As a school principal,…
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Divorce Playlist

Your Divorce Playlist

Let the good times roll...or not. Here at DADvocacy, let's take the time to remember the songs that have captured…
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Passport Denied Child Support

Why Was My Passport Application or Renewal Denied?

Did you receive a letter indicating that your application for, or your renewal of, your passport has been denied? Denials…
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Minor Children Choose Their Homes

When Can My Minor Children Choose Their Home?

Imagine that your 15-year-old child expressed a clear desire to live only with you because of chronic low-level tension with…
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Spouse asked for a Divorce

Your Spouse just Asked for a Divorce. What to Do NOW

An "Emergency Room" for Your Marriage Your spouse has done the unthinkable by uttering the word "divorce." At this moment,…
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Divorce

Why You Shouldn’t Talk to Your Parents about Your Divorce

You realized that your marriage has become "irretrievably broken" once you realized that that you and your spouse drifted apart.…
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Timesharing in Hurricane Season

Timesharing in Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is a reality in Florida, and it should be a reality in your timesharing agreement too, especially since…
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I Am a Good Parent, but Someone Called the Child Welfare Authority on Me

What Do I Do? Before your brain entertains a parade of nightmares, let’s slow down and get grounded in helpful…
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Fathers Rights Law Firm

Why are We a “Fathers’ Rights” Firm?

We describe ourselves as a fathers' rights firm, but that doesn't mean that we are "anti mom." Quite the opposite.…
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Why Lawyers Reject Your Case - Procedural Reasons

Why Lawyers Reject Your Case, Part 4: Procedural Reasons

You have visited two different law offices, explained your facts truthfully each time…and walked out empty-handed.  Now what? Two different…
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Why Lawyers Reject Your Case - Its You

Why Lawyers Reject Your Case, Part 3: Actually, It’s You

You have visited two different law offices, explained your facts truthfully each time…and walked out empty-handed.  Now what? Two different…
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Why Lawyers Reject Your Case - Lawyer Issues

Why Lawyers Reject Your Case, Part 2: Attorneys’ Limits

You have visited two different law offices, explained your facts truthfully each time…and walked out empty-handed.  Now what? Two different…
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Why Lawyers Reject Your Case, Part 1

Why Lawyers Reject Your Case, Part 1: Common Legal Reasons

You have visited two different law offices, explained your facts truthfully each time…and walked out empty-handed.  Now what? Two different…
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Wild West of Alimony Awards in Florida

The Wild West of Alimony Awards in Florida: What You Should Know

You tried to save your marriage for each other and for the children, but ultimately you learned that the best approach…
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family lawyers in miami - DADvocacy

Your Judge Messed Up! What’s next? How do you appeal?

You’ve made it through the family court system, received a final judgment in your case…and you’re not happy. The resulting…
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The Judge Just Appointed a Psychologist

The Judge Appointed A Psychologist in my Divorce Case. Now What?

You're at a point in your divorce case where the court is deciding your timesharing arrangement. The judge has decided to…
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divorce lawyer in miami - DADvocacy

What Divorce Lawyers Look for When Examining Financial Disclosure

You have decided to proceed with a divorce. Now you are facing determinations about alimony and child support, which are governed…
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Postnuptial Agreements for Small Business Owners

Postnuptial Agreements for Small Business Owners: Planning Your Company’s Secure Financial Future

If you own your own business, or otherwise work as an independent contractor, consider a prenuptial (or postnuptial) agreement as…
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Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing - What to practice with a friend

Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing, Part 5: What to practice with a friend

When you appear before opposing counsel and the judge or general magistrate, you should be composed, calm and competent to…
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Remarriage after Divorce

Remarriage After Divorce?

Moving on from divorce and into a new relationship is sign of healing and reason for celebration. It is also…
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Immigration Marriage and Prenups

Immigration, Marriage and Prenups

Prenuptial agreements are signed before the wedding ceremony and are executed upon marriage. These legal contracts decide financial issues that…
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Divorce and Men's Health, Part Two

Divorce and Men’s Health, Part Two

Please see Part One of the series, Divorce and Men’s Health, in the DADvocacy™ Law Firm’s blog. At the DADvocacy™…
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Prenuptial Agreements

Overcoming Misconceptions about Prenuptial Agreements

Your divorce has been finalized, and you’ve moved on from that time in your life. Your new relationship is making…
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Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing - Tips to avoid derailing your hearing

Zoom Divorce Hearing: Tips to avoid derailing your hearing

It’s your hearing before the judge or general magistrate. That means it’s game day! Remember that Zoom offers what no…
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Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing - Tips to avoid derailing your hearing

Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing, Part 3: Presentation Matters

How would you dress for your day in a courtroom where you sit before the judge and the opposing party?…
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Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing - Prepare Your Technology

Critical Tips to Win Your Zoom Divorce Hearing, Part 2: Prepare Your Technology

The day of your Zoom hearing is NOT the day to learn whether or not you have enough technological knowledge…
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