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The Moral and Legal Ethics of Self-Driving Cars

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

News about self-driving cars is seemingly everywhere. As the technology evolves, not only are companies selling cars starting to make cars autonomous, but even shared ride services like Uber and Lyft are starting to look into how these cars can make life easier (or more profitable). But for every bit of news about a… Read More »

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What is the Right of First Refusal in a Parenting Plan?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Let’s assume that you and your spouse are getting divorced, and you have already agreed on time sharing and even child support when it comes to your children. That’s great news; the less fighting there is, the better it is for your children. But many times when parties agree on the big picture, they… Read More »

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Can a Minor Testify in a Custody Dispute?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

When parents argue about child custody, one of the first things they usually do to try to prove that they should get the majority of time with the child is to request that the court ask the child what he or she wants. On the surface, this may seem logical–why not get the opinion… Read More »

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What is a Common Law Marriage?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Common law marriages are often spoken about and even joked about, even though few people know what they are, or whether Florida even recognizes them. While issues relating to common law marriages are not common, it’s good to know what they are and how and when they could affect you. What is a Common… Read More »

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Can You Be Awarded Assets in a Divorce Before the Case is Finalized?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

You are likely aware that as a general rule, in a Florida divorce, assets will be divided (though not necessarily equally between the parties), and some property may even be ordered to be sold or liquidated with the proceeds going to each party as determined by the judge. However, like any type of case,… Read More »

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Are Roundabouts the Key to Making the Roads Safer?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Cities are always trying to figure out how they can reduce the number of car accidents within their borders. Passing new laws or making them more restrictive can help in certain situations–for example, DUI laws or those restricting the use of cellphones while driving. But the bigger issue is how to design traffic flow… Read More »

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Can Parties Agree to Waive Child Support?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

When parties get divorced with minor children, there is a great deal of negotiation that goes on between them. Give and take is part of the negotiation process and is generally a good thing, that courts favor. The less fighting that parents do during the divorce, the easier it is on the minor children…. Read More »

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Pay Attention to Your Financial Affidavits

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

In almost every kind of family law case, parties are required to fill out and complete financial affidavits. These are detailed accountings of income of every source and property that you may own. Many people fill these forms out haphazardly, or don’t fill them out at all, either out of laziness, or in a… Read More »

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Things to Know Before Dividing Marital Debt

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

When you are drafting a prenuptial agreement, or if you are negotiating a marital settlement agreement, when it comes to property, there may be a lot of fighting over who gets what. Everyone wants items of value (or payouts to represent what the other spouse is getting). Often however, little thought is given to… Read More »

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Grandparents Have Limited Rights to Custody and Time-Sharing

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

When we think of custody battles, we often think of them in terms of mom or dad having rights to raise or house the children. But what about grandparents? There are instances when grandparents may provide a more loving, caring, and nurturing environment than one or both parents. Grandparents Historically Have Few Rights For… Read More »

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