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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...

Can there be more than one executor or personal representative?

According to the terms of a will, the testator, or the person that writes the will, can set up the will so that the will, will grant authority to more than one executor or personal representative for the estate. However, the will needs to be very, very clear in the...

What is sexual battery?

In Florida, sexual battery is often termed as rape. And that’s basically the unwilling or non consensual sexual conduct. If one party performs some sort or sexual touching or conduct against another party and that party has not given consent, then it’s a...

How long is a will valid?

A will, in essence, is valid until it’s revoked by the person that wrote it. So long as the initial will is valid and complies with what we call the Statutory Requirements for a self proving will, and those are kind of specific, assuming the will complies with...