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When you establish paternity, you identify the legal father of the child. Paternity gives rights to the father, but also benefits the mother and the child. Sometimes, courts need to disestablish paternity where a legal father is not the biological father of the child.
Our firm is experienced in issues of paternity and can work with you to achieve your legal objectives. Give our office a call to discuss the details of your case.
In Florida, a divorce is called a dissolution of marriage and is governed by Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes. To be granted a divorce, you must prove that one party has been a Florida resident for six months immediately preceding the filing of the petition and the marriage is irretrievably broken. Other frequent issues before the court are alimony, distribution of marital assets and debts, child support, and parental responsibility.
Central Florida Legal Group provides affordable and aggressive representation of its clients in dissolution proceedings. Contact our office to discuss the unique facts of your case.
Adoption law is typically governed by is governed by Chapter 63 of the Florida Statutes. Adoption establishes a legal parent-child relationship that is identical to that of a biological parent.
There are four types of adoptions in Florida: The entity adoption, the stepparent adoption, the close relative adoption and the adult adoption. Each type of adoption has a unique procedure and our firm can assist you with identifying the path forward for your case. Call us today for a free consultation.
Juvenile dependency law is governed by Chapter 39 of the Florida Statutes. Parents who find themselves in dependency court are often very upset and frightened because their children have been removed from their care. Central Florida Legal Group is experienced in representing parents and navigating the dependency process. If you are in need of representation in a dependency matter, call our office for a free consultation.