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estate planning checklist

Estate Planning Checklist for Florida Residents

Estate Planning Checklist for Florida Residents Proper estate planning is crucial for individuals of all ages and income levels. With a well-crafted estate ...
Types of Trusts for Estate Planning

Types of Trusts for Estate Planning

Estate planning lets you decide how your assets will be distributed after death. It allows you to protect the people you care about, ...
Types of Trusts for Estate Planning

Estate Planning vs. Will

During your end-of-life planning, you’ll need to understand the difference between estate planning vs. will preparation. Estate planning is a broader umbrella of ...
what happens if i dont sign divorce papers

What Happens If You Don’t Sign Divorce Papers in Florida?

It’s a myth that your Florida divorce can’t move forward if you don’t sign divorce papers. Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which ...
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How to Get an Annulment in Florida

While both divorce and annulment end the marriage in the eyes of the law, annulment seeks to dissolve a marriage that was invalid ...
A boy facing his fighting parents

The Process of Terminating Parental Rights in Florida

Terminating parental rights in Florida is a complicated legal process. Whether you want to place a child with an adoptive family and voluntarily ...
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Florida?

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Florida?

Do grandparents have visitation rights in Florida? The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker P.A. provides information about the legal options available to ...
moving with child after divorce

How Can a Father Get Full Custody in Florida?

The father can only get full custody of a child in some cases in Florida. It usually occurs if the court believes awarding ...
Florida temporary custody order

How Long Does a Temporary Custody Order Last in Florida?

Temporary custody is awarded to a non-parent family member when the parents are not in a position to provide for the care of ...
sole custody vs. joint custody

What’s the Difference Between Sole and Shared Custody?

Dealing with a child custody case isn’t easy. You need to understand sole custody versus joint custody and how each option will impact ...

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