Use these tips to ensure a smooth transition back to school for your children this Fall – especially if your separation or divorce is recent.
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Not Receiving Support Payments? Here Are Your Next Steps
What Happens next When One Spouse Is not Receiving Agreed-Upon Support Payments?
The Pitfalls Of Equal Timesharing Legislation
After a failed attempt at passing a flawed alimony reform bill in 2016, mainly due to an inclusion of a provision that would have created a presumption of equal timesharing between parents, the Florida Legislature is back now with what appears to another timesharing bill that would fundamentally alter how timesharing and parental contact would be addressed by Judges throughout the State.
What You Need to Know About Florida’s Domestic Violence Laws
Unfortunately, domestic violence in Florida is a serious problem and if you are a victim, then it’s important to understand how you can protect yourself.
Can I Afford to Get Divorced?
The Financial Implications of Divorce
Pets and Divorce: A Florida Law Primer
With all the different personal and financial issues that must be addressed during the divorce process, sometimes family pets can be an afterthought. When a spouse comes into a relationship with a pet, it can be somewhat straightforward as to who will maintain possession over the pet following the end of the relationship; however, when […]
How a Biological Father May Be Denied Paternal Rights in Florida
Learn more about paternal rights in Florida, as biological fathers may run into difficulties if their children are born during an intact marriage.
The Pros and Cons of the Collaborative Divorce Process
As the collaborative divorce process becomes available to more divorcing couples, it’s important to understand what it entails, its benefits, & potential pitfalls
How To Change Your Time-Sharing Schedule: Factors To Keep in Mind
What worked for you then might not work for you now, when it comes to time-sharing schedules. Thankfully in family law, nothing is ever set in stone.
Why is the State Taking My Children & How Can I Protect My Family?
It’s rarely a pleasant experience interacting with the state, so it’s vitally important to know your rights if the state tries to take your children.
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