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How can I keep divorce from affecting my child's financial aid?

Divorce is an event that many people in the Lee County area do not think of until it is on the horizon. According to CNBC News, “divorce is a situation that approximately two-thirds of couples” are not prepared for divorce or aware their separations can sabotage their children's college funds. When separation strikes, financial stability is often the first the first causulty.

Protecting your safety after leaving an abusive partner

You are fortunate enough to have gotten out of an abusive relationship without experiencing any debilitating physical injuries. However, the emotional trauma you sustained will take time to heal as you regain your confidence and learn how to trust people again. At Fried and Fried, P.A., we have helped many survivors of domestic violence in Florida to learn about what resources are available for continued protection after they have left an abusive relationship. 

Can you defend against paternity fraud?

You are facing the very real possibility of owing child support or facing legal consequences because an ex-girlfriend is claiming that you are the father of her child in Florida. However, you are confident that you are not the father and are suspecting your ex of making you the victim in a classic case of paternity fraud. Fortunately, there are things you can try and do to remedy the situation, but the best thing you can do is to understand what paternity fraud is before it negatively impacts your future. 

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