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Who Needs to Take Parenting Classes in Florida?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

It might sound like a cliché, but the purpose of Florida’s family courts is not to punish anyone. The goal has always been to put the best interests of the child first, but in the past, many child custody and support decisions left one or both parents feeling shortchanged and bitter. The parent who… 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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Establishing Paternity in Florida: Beyond DNA Tests

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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’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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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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