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March 2017 Archives

Power of attorney for specials needs children

One of the biggest worries that parents of special needs children have is, "Who will take care of them if something happens to me?" No one wants to leave their children to the care of the state of Florida. With budget cuts and constantly changing laws, there would simply be no way to ensure that the child would receive the care that the parent would give. Many parents face a future of dread, worried about their children and what the future might hold. In most cases, granting power of attorney can help alleviate that worry.

Justices to hear arguments in military benefits divorce case

The U.S. Supreme Court is due to hear oral arguments in a case in which a divorced couple are in a dispute over the husband's retirement pay. The two divorced in 1991, but the issue over the man's military benefits just became relevant after his retirement. Military service members from all states, including Florida, have service member rights and benefits that could end up in a similar court case.

3 issues that can put stress on your parenting plan

If you are a parent getting divorced, there may no more difficult task you can imagine than getting a parenting plan in place. Between the fighting between parents and the requirements dictated by Florida parenting plan laws, it can be an incredible challenge to get a plan in place with which both parents are satisfied.

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