How to Survive Financially After A Divorce

Divorces don’t just affect people emotionally, but financially too. From child support to alimony, it can be hard to pick yourself up again after a divorce.  Following a divorce, you

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How to Create a Parenting Plan 

If you’re going through a divorce where custody of children will be determined by the court, you and your spouse need to create and submit a parenting plan.  A parenting

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Case Study | Parra Harris Law Prevents a Bifurcation to Protect a Mother and her Three Children’s Best Interests

After 20+ years of marriage, a military husband stationed overseas moves his wife and three children to Jacksonville. Shortly thereafter the husband filed for divorce. In most cases, service members

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Case Study | Parra Harris Law Helps a Loving Mother Maintain Custody of Child

A mother came to Parra Harris Law seeking help in resolving an issue she was having with her daughter’s father. The father of her child was seeking an injunction (restraining

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Case Study | Parra Harris Law Declares Paternity and Gains Substantial Timesharing for an Unmarried Father

Soon after discovering the mother was pregnant, an unmarried couple separated. Following separation, the mother refused to have any contact with the unborn baby’s father. Since he was blocked from

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Should You Consider a Do-It-Yourself Divorce?

The divorce process can be complicated and there are many mistakes that you can make if you try a do-it-yourself method. Even if you are amicable with your spouse, you

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Re-framing Your Perspective During Moments When You Are Hurt

I typically meet new clients at a point in their lives of great pain. They are often coming out of prolonged heartache. Sometimes they are seeing me after great effort

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Notes From a Single Parent

  It’s not easy to be a single parent. And it isn’t exactly what you had planned when you imagined being a parent a long time ago. But you are

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Starting Over: New Careers, New Pursuits Later In Life

In my line of work, I encounter people who are in transition. Divorce often means change not only in marital status, but in friendships, parenting, and work and careers. I

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Divorce: Getting the Documents in Order

Because divorce is an emotional time, the practical parts of it- the gathering of documents and documentation of events- often falls by the wayside. But there are several things you

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