Monthly Archives: February 2011

Father Flees Florida With Child; Faces Charges of Felony Interference With Custody of Child

News-Press.com out of Fort Meyers, Florida, is reporting that a father faces felony charges of interference with custody of a minor child after fleeing the state and hiding his child in Michigan. The child’s father and mother had been divorced … Continue reading

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Attorney Adam B. Cordover Participates in Gasparilla Distance Classic 5K

I’m proud to share that this weekend I ran Tampa’s traditional Publix Supermarkets Gasparilla Distance Classic 5K.  This is my first 5K in over a decade, and though I certainly did not break any records (I finished in 33:48), I did … Continue reading

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Video: The Family Law Project – Paternity

The following video from Aspen Publishing dramatizes a consultation where a young man is seeking information regarding paternity: Please note that, in Florida, if the state files a petition to establish paternity and child support on behalf of a mother, … Continue reading

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Kristen Houghton’s “Happiness May Be A Prenuptial Agreement”

Author Kristen Houghton brings up some interesting points in her article, Happiness May Be A Prenuptial Agreement (from the Huffington Post): [A] pre-nup isn’t just for royals or the wealthy, anyway. Though much more common in the case of a … Continue reading

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Video: The Intelligent Divorce

When a client comes into my office with a divorce matter involving minor children, I always tell him or her that, even after divorce, he or she will still be in a relationship with an ex-spouse until–at the very earliest–all … Continue reading

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Video: The Family Law Project – Domestic Violence

The following video from Aspen Publishers provides a general overview of issues discussed in domestic violence proceedings.  To clarify, the “protective orders” and “restraining orders” described in the video are referred to as “injunctions” under Florida law: Please keep in … Continue reading

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Can You Name Yourself “Facebook?”

In commemoration of the role that the social networking site played in the recent upheaval in Egypt, a man has named his newborn baby girl “Facebook.”   According to a translation by TechCrunch.com, the following announcement appeared in Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram: A … Continue reading

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Filing Fees in Pasco County

I previous wrote about filing fees in Hillsborough County and Pinellas County.  In this post I review current filing fees in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pasco County, for common family law matters.  A person who initiates a family law case … Continue reading

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Many Local Courts Will Be Closed In Observance of Presidents’ Day

Most of the local courthouses will be closed on February 21, 2011, in observance of Presidents’ Day.  Closed courthouses include those located in the following judicial circuits:

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Filing Fees in Pinellas County

I previous wrote about filing fees in Hillsborough County.  In this post I review current filing fees in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pinellas County, for common family law matters.  A person who initiates a family law case (the “Petitioner”) will … Continue reading

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