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Turn to an Estate Attorney for Probate Assistance

December 11, 2018
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Whether you’ve recently faced the death of a loved one with or without a valid will, you should hire a probate attorney, also known as an estate attorney, to help with the deceased’s estate. In Florida, there are different processes, and the right one depends on the value of the estate, how long ago the…

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3 Ways an Adoption Attorney Can Help You Navigate Adoption

November 30, 2018
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The process of adoption often seems complicated even to those who are in the middle of the proceedings. Throughout adoption, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the number of necessary forms, the legal process, and lots of unknowns. Though hours of Internet research and support groups may play integral roles in your adoption journey, the…

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Understanding Adoption in Florida

November 14, 2018
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adoption in florida

Whether you’re in Florida or somewhere else, adoption is a legal process. The type of adoption you are looking to pursue will determine whether you need an adoption attorney or if a notary will suffice. In most adoption situations, you want an attorney. They understand the proper procedures which help to avoid disappointment and heartbreak.…

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Domestic Abuse is More than Just Physical Abuse

October 16, 2018
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As a family law practice dealing frequently in divorce, we understand that there are many reasons a marriage doesn’t work out. Although family and friends may encourage you to stay, if your reason for leaving is due to abuse, it’s better to remove yourself from the situation than risk serious harm. Domestic abuse is often…

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What You Can Do as a Victim of Domestic Violence

October 5, 2018
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No one deserves to be abused. Your abuser may want you to believe it’s your fault that you’re being hit, punched, or otherwise hurt. It’s not. Abusers often isolate their victims so that they have no where to turn. If you feel you are stuck in an abusive relationship, there are many organizations throughout the…

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3 Ways a Mediator Can Help You with Your Co-Parenting Plan

September 25, 2018
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Are you getting ready to discuss a co-parenting plan with your ex-spouse? In many cases, the assistance of a mediator can help your entire family reach the best resolution. Mediators protect the interests of each family member and provide insight throughout the mediation process. Here are a few ways a dedicated mediation expert may be…

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Mediation and Collaboration; A New Approach to Divorce

September 13, 2018
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Although taking your divorce through the courts is still one way to divide your property and finalize the time share agreement of your children, there is a better solution for many families. Through mediation and collaboration you can come to a fair and agreed upon settlement that works for you. Although it’s not the perfect…

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4 Ways Grandparents Can Support Their Grandchildren During Divorce

August 21, 2018
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When families go through divorce, children may feel confused, sad and uncertain while their parents work through the proceedings. Divorce is often a difficult experience for the entire family, but there are many things that can be done to maintain as much normalcy as possible. Grandparents, especially, may be uniquely positioned to provide extra stability…

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3 Things That May Complicate Grandchild Adoption (But They Don’t Have To!)

August 7, 2018
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Adoption isn’t simple, and when inter-family relationships are involved, it can feel even more complicated. It doesn’t have to be, though! Family law attorneys like those of us here at Wagstaff Law Office guide families through the intricacies of inter-family adoption often. Here are three challenges you may encounter as you work through adoption proceedings.…

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Tips for a Civil Co-Parenting Relationship

July 17, 2018
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While your relationship with your former spouse changes after the end of your marriage, any children you had together still love both of you as their parents. It can be difficult to adapt to a new lifestyle and a new way of communicating with each other after the divorce, for you and your kids. With…

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