Paternity And Cohabitation In Florida

chicago_penthouse_with_copper_roof.jpgAs a Jacksonville, Florida divorce lawyer and Florida child custody attorney, I have a lot of clients who have not married but have lived together and have a child together. When these relationships come to an end, many times the couple has acquired some property together. The property acquired during the relationship can be a home or car or credit card debt, etc. Florida law states that when parties are not married, the courts do not have the authority to address the division of assets or liabilities. To properly ensure protection of items acquired during the relationship, you should contact a Jacksonville, Florida custody lawyer or a Florida paternity attorney.

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