Monthly Archives: October 2012

Does a Modification of Support Require a Change in Circumstances?

In Freitas, the Fourth Appellate District Court held that the termination of the husband’s spousal support was proper after the trial court had initially made an order for temporary spousal support. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE The … Continue reading

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A Biological Parent Who Consents to the Adoption of His Kids, Cannot Obtain Visitation through the Court System.

In Marckwardt v. Superior Court the natural father requested visitation with his natural children after they were adopted by his ex-wife’s husband. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE The natural parents of the minor children were divorced. The … Continue reading

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