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Can custody or timesharing rights be modified in Florida?

Custody and time-sharing rights can be modified in Florida in a couple of different ways, one of which requires the agreement of both of the parties. If the circumstances between the parties or the circumstances involving the children have changed, oftentimes the...

At what age can my children decide where they want to live?

Your children can decide where they want to live once the court determines that they are mentally and emotionally mature enough to make the decision. It’s not tied to a specific age. There’s no legal cut off where they say, “Okay at 13 they’re...

What if there is no will?

If there is no will and there are probatable assets, then Florida’s intestacy statute would take over. For example, if you had a deceit and two had children, then it would be equally distributed to the children. It would depend upon how many relatives he had and...

What is robbery?

Robbery occurs in Florida when a theft is accomplished either by physical force, like violence or threats of force, or by sudden snatching or the purse snatcher or what have you. Typically, it requires that the person be present for the theft, for the victim to be...

What is a personal representative?

In Florida, personal representative, the same job is also called an executor in other locations or other jurisdictions. But a personal representative is responsible for administering the estate of a person that’s deceased. So if that person appoints or the...