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DeWitt Law Review

DeWitt Law Radio ShowTune into the DeWitt Law Review every Sunday at 10am on Central Florida’s FM 96.5 WDBO to learn how Florida’s legal issues affect you. Sherri DeWitt reviews the latest legal topics affecting the citizens of Central Florida and takes your calls. To ask Sherri a question, send her an email.

Recent discussions on the radio show include condominium law, contractual rights and child support cases. You can visit the DeWitt Law Facebook page for live show notifications and to interact with the radio show. Archived audio of these shows can be found below. Simply click the play button and the program will start immediately. If you’d like to suggest a topic for a future show or ask Sherri DeWitt a legal question, follow the email link above. Thanks for listening to DeWitt Law Review on FM 96.5 WDBO!

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Can I withhold visitation rights from my former spouse?

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: What happens when one former spouse gets behind on child support and the child does not want to visit the former spouse? Is it okay with withhold visitation rights until child support is paid in full?

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Bills Signed by Gov Scott & Florida Supreme Court Decisions

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Follow up on bills signed into law by Governor Scott, Florida Supreme Court decisions

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Creating a Trusting Relationship with Your Attorney

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Creating a Trusting Relationship with Your Attorney

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Recap: WDBO Domestic Violence Seminar

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: A recap of the WDBO Domestic Violence Seminar

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The Florida Alimony Bill Continues to Move Forward

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: The Florida Alimony Bill Continues to Move Forward

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Sherri DeWitt Takes Listener Calls

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Sherri DeWitt Takes Listener Calls

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Proposed Changes in Alimony & Child Support Statute in Florida – Part II

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Proposed Changes in Alimony & Child Support Statute in Florida – Part II

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Proposed Changes in Alimony & Child Support Statute in Florida – Part I

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Proposed Changes in Alimony Statute in Florida

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Florida Supreme Court: Interpreting Exculpatory Clauses

DeWitt Law Review is live every Sunday at 10am on WDBO 96.5FM. This week’s topic: Florida Supreme Court: Interpreting Exculpatory Clauses

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Florida Senate Bill 462: Collaborative Law Process Act

Florida Senate Bill 462 introduces the collaborative law process act and pertains to collaborative divorces in the state of Florida

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DeWitt Law Legal Resources

commercialtransactions-150x150 The Basics: Post Judgement Modification Actions

Once the divorce has been finalized pursuant to a marital settlement agreement or ruling by the trial judge, and a final judgment is entered, the case is over. The issues have been resolved and the divorce is final.

Family at Sunset vector illustration Am I Legally Married, What Are The Consequences If I Am Not?

There are many factors that determine whether a couple is legally married. To protect the privacy of the client, some of the facts in the account below may not coincide with the facts of the actual case, but they serve to illustrate the legal principles and arguments involved.

bigstock-Gavel-With-Book-84805454 Harmless Errors on Appeal: No Reasonable Possibility Test

In November 2014, the Florida Supreme Court clarified the standard for determining whether an error committed at the trial court level in a civil case constitutes a harmless error. This is important because harmless errors do not result in a reversal of a trial court or jury decision. Only harmful errors can result in a reversal.

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