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Law Office of Peter Cushing Attorney at Law - Winter Park, FL

1659 Berkshire Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789

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Updated: 08/08/2020

Winter Park Military Divorce Law Firm

About Law Office of Peter Cushing Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Military Divorce
  • Litigation

Litigation

  • 75%

Published Works

  • Equitable Alimony, Back to the Future?, Family Law Commentator, February, 1995
  • The Ten Commandments of Military Divorce: Representing the Non-Military Spouse, Parts 1 & II, The Florida Bar Journal, October, 1995
  • Continuing Legal Education Manual, Adoption, Paternity, and Other Florida Family Practice; "Effects of Military Service", The Florida Bar, 1998 - 2003

Classes and Seminars

  • "Prosecuting and Defending the Military Dissolution of Marriage Case", American Bar Association, Orlando, FL, 2003
  • Topic: Military Pension Division, American Bar Association, Miami, FL, 1999
  • Topic: Military Divorce. "Covering the Turf in Family Law", Florida Bar Seminar, Miami, FL (Tapes to be made available through the Florida Bar), 1998
  • Topic: "Handling the Military Divorce Case", Military Affairs Committee of the Florida Bar, Miami, FL, 1998
  • Topic: "Nuts & Bolts of Military Pension Division", American Bar Association, Legal Assistance to Military Personnel, Committee Conference, Jacksonville, FL, 1998
  • Topic: Military Divorce, American Bar Association, Legal Assistance to Military Personnel Committee Conference, Jacksonville, FL, 1994

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1659 Berkshire Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789

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  • 407-841-1135

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