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How to make changes to your will

If you did your estate planning several years (or decades) ago, you should take a look at it. There may be things in there that need to be changed. For example, your ex-spouse might still be listed as an heir in your will or beneficiary to your trust, while your...

Family Law Courts are Courts of Equity

Family law matters in Florida, including divorce, parenting and timesharing of minor children, division of assets, child support, and alimony, are governed by Chapter 61, Florida Statutes, along with applicable caselaw. These matters are said to be in “chancery.” This...


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