Family Time: A Hike Close to Home

As the weather becomes more and more spring-like, it is once again time to enjoy the outdoors. Spending a day outdoors is an inexpensive way to spend quality family time.

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As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, a new report highlights several challenges faced by victims and families touched by violence. The report indicates that although the rate

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Divorce Rate Declines in Duval County

There is something happening in Duval County. The divorce rate is declining. Researchers point to fewer military deployments, an improved economy, and an increase in availability of social workers and

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What to do about Emojis 😊

Emojis, or the pictures and images that can be imbedded into a text message or electronic communication, are a form of communication being used with such frequency that they are

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Focus on Domestic Violence: What do “Duress” and “Coercion” Mean?

There are certain circumstances in which a divorce settlement can be revisited, and pre- and post- nuptial agreements can be reconsidered. But one party feeling like they got a bad

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Focus on Family Dynamics: My In-Laws are Suffocating Me!

Very often family conflict begins with something small, or a small behavior that persists over time. Even very kind and generous behaviors can be annoying if they are unwanted gestures.

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Family Time: Getting Back to Nature

It is February in North Florida, and the weather is beautiful: no longer cold, yet still cool before the heat of summer arrives. Now is the perfect time to consider

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Giving Presence During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful- as there are so many events to attend, so much shopping to do, and so many people we want to see. But a recent NPR

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Parra Harris Law Welcomes Mercedes Blason Aguilar, Esquire

This week, Parra Harris Law would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member, Mercedes Blason Aguilar. Ms. Mercedes Blason Aguilar is a strong and compassionate family law

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