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Blog Posts in March, 2014

Can the Court Order Time Sharing for an Adult Child Who is Disabled?

The short answer is, no. The First District Court of Appeal recently addressed this issue in Hardman v. Koslowski. In this case, the parties had a child who was disabled and had mental and physical ...
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My Car Was Keyed, Can I get an Injunction?

A recent First District Court of Appeals case dealt with the question of whether having your car keyed is sufficient evidence to get an injunction against the perpetrator. In Williams v. Gonder, ...
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How to calculate alimony increases based upon the Consumer Price Index

I have seen settlement agreements that allow for an annual increase of alimony to take into account for inflation. A recent Fifth District Court of Appeals case laid out the formula necessary to ...
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