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Texas Legislator Fights Same-Sex Marriage Ruling, Citing Lack of Finances

Texas State Representative Dan Flynn has submitted a request to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for an official opinion and interpretation of the state's current laws relating to marriage. The ...
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Domestic Violence & Child Custody

If you are currently married to a spouse who is abusive, your safety and the wellbeing of your children need to be your primary concern. In the event that you feel as though your life or your ...
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New Child Support Law

A new statute has been enacted by the Florida Legislature making significant changes to child support in Florida. Florida. The two most significant changes are addressed below. Beginning on October 1 ...
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New Alimony Law Discussed by Pembroke Pines Divorce Attorney

Starting July 1 2010 a new alimony law went into effect which made substantial changes to the alimony laws in Florida. The most important changes concern under what circumstances the court is likely ...
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Welcome to our Family Law Blog

Attorney Steven Friedman is pleased to announce the launch of his family law blog with an RSS feed available at http://www.pembrokepinesfamilylawyer.com/Blog/Entire-Blog-Feed/RSS.xml.
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