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Everything You Need to Know About Divorce in Florida

Everything You Need to Know About Divorce in Florida | Divorce Attorneys in Saint Petersburg Florida

In the state of Florida, divorce is referred to as dissolution of marriage. There are some general requirements to be eligible. Firstly, one member of marriage must be a resident of Florida for at least six months before filing. Once you are ready to file, you must fill out a ‘Petition for Dissolution of Marriage’ at your circuit court. This must be located in the county where the person filing lives. Upon filing this form, the other spouse must be made aware of the petition. They will have 20 days to file an answer to the petition (unless this delay...

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How To Have A Healthy Divorce

How To Have A Healthy Divorce | Freeman, Goldis, & Cash, P.A.

When you decide that it's time for a divorce, you may have confusing feelings. Ultimately, everyone would like to have a healthy divorce, but how is it possible? A healthy divorce requires you to be proactive, positive, and mindful. Follow the steps in this guide, courtesy of St. Petersburg FL divorce lawyers Freeman, Goldis, & Cash, P.A. Steps To A Healthy Divorce There are several things you can do to have a healthy divorce. Speaking with a counselor can help boost your attitude about the divorce. Discussing the situation with family can give you a support system. And putting yourself in your...

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Time-Sharing and Child Custody

Time Sharing | Child Custody Information | Saint Petersburg, Florida

Child custody is a relative term, and it's often known as as 'parental time-sharing' in the legal system. Relationships don’t always end optimally, which can lead to bitter feelings between parents. This is a nerve-racking time for everyone involved in the split. However, it can be especially challenging for children. In order to have an undeviating time-sharing schedule in place, one must endure several court hearings. You must become knowledgeable of the legal system that oversees this delicate issue.   Why is it important to have a time-sharing schedule? When the estranged parents do not agree on the amount of time (if any)...

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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the firm here at Freeman, Goldis & Cash, P.A. still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal.