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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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When Divorced Parents Disagree Over Whether Their Child Should Return to School This Fall

By William Wallshein P.A. |

As the summer winds down and kids get ready for the 2020-2021 school year, most Florida school districts are providing parents with the option to decide whether to send their kids to school in-person or continue with online learning, as they did during the second half of the spring. However, just as the coronavirus… Read More »

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Addressing The Dissipation of Marital Assets in Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

 Unfortunately, each year there are a number of individuals who battle over finances during their divorce, and in some of those cases, dissipation of assets can become an issue. Some may decide that they suddenly need to engage in excessive spending in order to prevent their spouse from getting more of the marital assets,… Read More »

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Public Defenders Lack Access to The Resources Necessary to Keep Innocent People Out of Jail

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Although in America, citizens who are accused of crimes are supposed to have an advantage because the burden of proof is on the state of prosecution, in practice, this is not the case, and the government often has the edge because they cannot only issue subpoenas, compel testimony, and pressure defendants to enter into… Read More »

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Addressing Child Custody Issues When Parents Live in Two Different States

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Child custody battles are already complicated and difficult enough without issues also arising related to parents living in different states. Still, they do come up, especially given that people sometimes have to move out of state for work and making long-distance arrangements work can be difficult. Even in cases where both parents file for… Read More »

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