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In February 2012, I started posting almost weekly entries related to family law, not exactly a whole year’s worth of entries.  But, if I assume that “viewed” also means that at least a portion of each individual entry was read, then these were the most visited entries:

Florida Family Law Forms Online

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In February the Federal Government launched the Worst Deadbeat Parents site, similar to its Most Wanted List.

With the amount of child support owed nationwide, it is understandable that the government wants parents to pay up their support obligation.  The US Census site reports that for fiscal year 2010 there was $110 Billion […]

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Lately I’ve gotten quite a few questions about zero-ing out a Florida child support obligation. I figured that if three people have a question about this, then there’s probably many more out there wondering about the same thing.

Essentially, the question goes along the lines of: If I get equal time (what non-lawyers think of […]

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Maybe because tv shows and films talk about the right to representation free of charge, many assume that this is a right in all cases, including a divorce or paternity. Having entities like the State Attorney’s Child Support Enforcement may further confuse people because they don’t understand what they can and cannot do.

The Child […]

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