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When Florida Law Does Not Allow a Biological Father to Establish Parental Rights

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Ask any lawyer what got him or her interested in the legal profession, and the lawyer will probably tell you that one of the most enjoyable aspects of studying the law is that it approaches philosophical questions in a rational way. Another thing that attracts students to the legal profession is that it allows… Read More »

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How Florida Law Approaches Paternity Fraud

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Paternity fraud is a nightmare for all parties involved. Can you imagine how disruptive it would be to find out that your biological father was someone other than who you thought he was? Can you imagine how distressing it is to find out that the children you raised from birth are not genetically related… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorce in Florida: Is It the Right Choice for You?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

The phrase “amicable divorce” has become a cliché, but it still remains an elusive ideal. It can be hard not to regard your ex-spouse as an enemy when the pain of the breakup of your marriage is still fresh. Nonetheless, Florida’s family law system has quite a few safeguards in place to make sure… Read More »

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You Can Plead Insanity in Florida, but Should You?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

When you hear the word “insanity,” it probably calls to mind fantastical images, most of them belonging to bygone times. Do you think of the frail Salieri, housed in what is practically a cage, in the opening scene of Amadeus? Do you think of the ravings of the unreliable narrators whose deranged thoughts flowed… Read More »

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How Does Adultery Affect Divorce in Florida?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Until recent decades, courts in the United States would not grant a couple a divorce except in the case of some truly catastrophic breach of the marriage contract. Adultery, abandonment, and severe mistreatment such as physical abuse were about the only reasons couples could divorce. Simply not being able to get along with your… Read More »

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Establishing Paternity in Florida: Beyond DNA Tests

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

In the 1990s, DNA tests made it possible to prove with near complete certainty that two people were or were not close genetic relatives. Courts across the United States began to rely on DNA paternity tests as evidence that a certain man was or was not the biological father of a certain child. According… Read More »

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What Florida Couples Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Prenuptial agreements have an unfairly negative image in the popular imagination. It makes many people think of marriages built entirely on the desire for status and appearances and not at all on trust. Perhaps the worst misconception that people have about prenuptial agreements is that people who sign them expect, from before they even… Read More »

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What Florida’s Equitable Distribution Laws Mean for Your Divorce Case

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

In a successful marriage, you usually do not think very much about what belongs to you as an individual and what belongs to you and your spouse as a family. When it comes to property division in a divorce, though, you and your spouse have to decide what belongs exclusively to one of you… Read More »

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The Basics of Florida Alimony

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Alimony goes by many names, such as spousal support and spousal maintenance. There are many different types of alimony, but at their core they remain the same. All of them include money paid by one ex-spouse to the other after a divorce. Florida recognizes six types of alimony, and it is one of only… Read More »

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Parenting Plans in Florida

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

When a divorcing couple has minor children, Florida law requires the parents to file a parenting plan, Form 12.995(a), with the court. This document elaborates in great detail, the rights and responsibilities of each parent regarding time spent with their children. In some instances, the parents can agree between themselves on all the provisions… Read More »

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