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    • Child Custody

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains what factors the court will take into consideration when making a decision regarding child ...

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    • Contested Divorce

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains why it’s important to have a qualified lawyer by your side in a contested divorce.

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    • Why Hire a Divorce Attorney

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains why it’s important for you to work with an attorney when filing for divorce in Florida.

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    • Child Visitation

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains that there are 20 factors that will determine an appropriate child visitation arrangement.

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    • Military Divorce

      If you or your spouse is a member of the military, it’s important to work with a divorce lawyer who understands the ...

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    • Shared Property

      Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means all marital property will be divided equally in a divorce.

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    • Paternity

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains how paternity is determined in Florida.

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    • Free Consultation

      At Owenby Law, we provide free consultations for anyone dealing with a family law matter in Florida.

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    • Alimony

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains how alimony is calculated in a Florida divorce.

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    • Am I Legally Divorced in Florida If My Marriage Was Annulled?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains the difference between annulment and divorce in Florida.

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    • Can an Out of State Divorce Be Enforced in Florida?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains that an out-of-state divorce can be enforced in Florida as long as you are a resident of ...

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    • Can I Ask for a Modification to My Child Support Order?

      In Florida, your child support order can be modified at any time if, when you run the child support calculator, it ...

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    • Can I Change Attorneys in the Middle of My Florida Divorce Case?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains that, yes, you can get a new attorney in the middle of your divorce if you are unhappy with ...

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    • Can I Go Back to My Maiden Name After My Divorce?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains that, in Florida, you can ask the court to restore your maiden name as a part of the divorc ...

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    • Can I Make My Husband Repay the Money He Cleaned Out of My Bank Account?

      If your spouse has depleted all of the funds from your marital account, you can ask the court to order your spouse to ...

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    • What Is the Difference Between Sole Custody and Shared Custody?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains the difference between sole parental responsibility and shared parental responsibility in F ...

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    • How Does the Judge Calculate Child Support?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains what factors the court will take into consideration when calculating child support in Flori ...

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    • How Long Does a Divorce Take?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains how long the average divorce takes in Florida.

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    • Is Mediation Required?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains that in certain Florida counties, divorce mediation is required before going to trial.

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    • What Factors Does a Court Consider When Determining Child Custody?

      Attorney Joy Owenby explains what factors the court will take into consideration when deciding on a child custody arrang ...

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    • What Steps Are Involved in the Divorce Process?

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    • Which Parent Is More Likely to Be Granted Sole Custody?

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