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How You Can Go About Obtaining Alimony ‘Unconnected With Dissolution’ in Florida

There are almost as many family law situations as there are families, it seems sometimes. Fortunately, lawmakers have taken efforts to address many situations, including some relatively unique ones. You may not be aware, but in Florida, there is a … Continue reading

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Can I Get a Summary Dissolution?

The Law Offices of Doppelt and Forney, APLC practices in all aspects of family law. This includes divorce, legal separation, paternity, child custody, child support, spousal support, prenuptial agreements, and more. At the free consultation, you will meet with an … Continue reading

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Last Minute Dissolution Testing Requirement Avoids Forfeiture of 180-Day Exclusivity for Generic COREG CR Staggered Strengths

By Kurt R. Karst — As folks know by now, each month we pore over the latest Orange Book Cumulative Supplement in an effort to keep our popular 180-Day Exclusivity Tracker as current as possible, and to look for interesting … Continue reading

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Missouri Supreme Court Case: Dissolution of marriage involving non-biological child should be adjudicated with a separate paternity action; Third party custody appropriate when biological parents are unfit.

Recent Decision from the Missouri Supreme Court: Overview: A mother appeals a circuit court’s judgment awarding third-party custody of a child to her stepfather in the mother and stepfather’s proceeding to dissolve their marriage. In a decision written by Judge … Continue reading

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In an annulment, the facts that justify the court declaring a nullity precede the marriage itself; in the alternative, the facts which give rise to a dissolution of the marriage arise during the marriage itself

Law Lessons from an unpublished “Annulment vs. Divorce” case — SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY; Essex Vicinage; Hon. Marcella Matos Wilson, J.S.C., March 28, 2018: The grounds for both annulment and divorce are controlled by statutes N.J.S.A. 2A:34-1 and N.J.S.A. … Continue reading

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