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Orlando Divorce Attorney Explains Top 10 Mistakes Made in Divorce

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1. Engaging in Domestic Violence or Stalking. Domestic violence or stalking may lead to criminal charges or domestic violence injunctions. This can severely impact your divorce case because a judge may award your spouse exclusive use and possession of the marital home and could impose supervised or restricted timesharing with your children as part of an injunction. Additionally, criminal charges could detrimentally impact your future as it may impede your ability to maintain your security clearance or pass an employer’s background check. If the situation with you and your spouse has become volatile, it is recommended that you vacate the marital...

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Do I need an aggressive divorce attorney?

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An aggressive divorce attorney is like an aggressive dog. If left unleashed, it can be dangerous, but when properly trained he or she can be a valuable companion. Selecting a divorce attorney can be a daunting and difficult task. You are selecting the individual that will guide you through a difficult and life-changing event that will affect the future of your family and your finances. Many individuals seek attorneys that portray themselves as aggressive divorce or family law lawyers. However, it is important to evaluate all aspects of your case before selecting an attorney to represent you. When going through a...

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The Collaborative Divorce Process Act

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. [su_audio url="http://www.dewittlaw.com/audio/05292016.mp3"] This week’s topic: Sherri DeWitt takes time to talk about Collaborative Divorce and the Collaborative Divorce Process Act that was passed during this recent Legislative Sessions. Sherri also reviews the PEACE acronym of the divorce process. P - Parenting Issues E - Equitable distribution of all assets and liabilities A - Alimony C - Child Support E - Everything else ...

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