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What Evidence Do I Feed For Child Custody in Florida?

According to Florida law, the evidence needed for child custody in a dissolution of marriage proceedings includes 1) the financial positions of the parents, 2) the needs of the child and, most importantly, 3) the child's welfare and best interests: Broad discretion is...

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How does shared parental responsibility work in Florida?

According to Florida statutory law, the court takes into account the parents' wishes, considers giving one parent final say over certain aspects of the child, or divides duties between the parents, depending on what's in the best interests of the child. This can...

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Can the court order a paternity test in Florida?

According to Florida law, the court can order a paternity test on its own motion. The court may require the child, mother, and alleged father to submit to scientific tests to show paternity. However, it's not always necessary for the court to order a test. If no one...

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What does shared parental responsibility mean in Florida?

According to Florida statutory law, shared parental responsibility means: “Shared parental responsibility” means a court-ordered relationship in which both parents retain full parental rights and responsibilities with respect to their child and in which both parents...

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What is alimony?

According to Florida case law, alimony is a form of financial support to provide for the needs and necessities of life that a court may grant to either party during a proceeding for dissolution of marriage: Support is a payment to provide for the need and necessities...

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