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Monthly Archives: September 2019

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Can I set aside a divorce settlement agreement?

By Sean Smallwood, P.A. |

Is It Possible To Set Aside A Divorce Settlement Agreement? As a divorce attorney in Orlando Florida, I have seen a lot of situations where people have come into our office for a consultation expressing concern regarding an agreement to settle their divorce that they entered into and now are realizing that there are… Read More »

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Do You Have to Keep Paying Child Support if Your Child Moves Out of the Other Parent’s House?

By Sean Smallwood, P.A. |

In Florida, the duration and amount of child support payments depend on various factors, including parental income and who the children live with. These and other factors can change over time, which may entitle the payor (the parent paying child support) to modify the existing order. For example, let’s say a father pays the… Read More »

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Use of The Psychological Evaluation In Divorce

By Sean Smallwood, P.A. |

The Psychological Evaluation Is A Powerful Tool In Divorce If Used Wisely Very often in the divorce litigation, it becomes necessary to conduct a psychological evaluation of one of the parties to the divorce. This is especially important in cases involving child custody disputes where the psychological condition of one of the parents is… Read More »

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Calculating Florida Alimony: 5 Things to Know When Determining Spousal Support

By Sean Smallwood, P.A. |

Determining alimony, also known as spousal support, can be tough if you are trying to do it on your own without seeking the help of an Orlando alimony lawyer. After a divorce in Florida, you may feel overwhelmed by multiple questions such as, “Will alimony be awarded in my case?” “How long will I… Read More »

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Are Florida Courts Biased Against Fathers When Awarding Child Custody?

By Sean Smallwood, P.A. |

If you are a father who has already filed for divorce or are considering making this life-altering decision, you are probably worried that a Florida court would prefer the mother of your child when awarding child custody. Is your fear baseless or not? Are Florida courts biased against fathers when giving custody? That is… Read More »

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