Family Attorney 032321

Many people may think the only time they need a family attorney before they marry is if they want a prenuptial agreement. There are many reasons to consult a family attorney before marriage, though. After all, you will need one throughout your marriage as your family and assets grow and change. Here are three reasons…

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Prenuptial Agreement 030821

As many couples today marry later in life, either for the first time or again, accumulated assets are more likely to influence the upcoming nuptials. Both parties should protect their assets, and one of the best ways to do this is with a prenuptial agreement. If you are getting married and considering a prenuptial agreement,…

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Child Support Modification 020821

When you divorced, you may have been awarded child support or alimony (also referred to as spousal support). However, if your circumstances or your spouse‚Äôs circumstances have significantly changed, there may be a case for alimony or child support modification. Alimony Modification First, if you were not awarded alimony, you cannot go back and request…

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Temporary Custody 092320

Sometimes moms or dads (or both) may have issues that leave them unable to provide a stable environment for their children. If you are a parent who needs some help to get back on your feet or if you are a relative to minor children who are not being properly cared for, temporary custody may…

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Divorce Attorneys 072020

During your separation, you and your spouse may have a loose arrangement for making sure your children spend time with both parents. Once you move forward with a divorce, you and your divorce attorneys will need to work out an agreeable time-sharing arrangement. Often a judge will have you and the other parent come up…

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Family Law Attorneys 070720

As family law attorneys, this is a very common question we hear from divorced or divorcing parents. The short answer is that until the child turns 18, the court has the final say as to which parent has custody of the minor child or children. However, it rarely seems that simple. Here are some things…

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Family Lawyer 050520

Although you may not normally question the time your child or children spend with their other parent, during the current coronavirus pandemic, there may be new concerns. If the other parent works in the health care industry or is a first responder, you may want a temporary modification for the safety of the children. If…

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Collaborative Divorce 040720

In July 2017 the Florida Collaborative Divorce Law went into effect, providing another method of divorce for couples. If you want to keep the details of your divorce private and you and your spouse decide that you can work through the process together, this may be an option for you. Although this process helps keep…

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Divorce-Attorneys-032320

As attorneys who are experienced at helping families work through the divorce process, we notice many relationships encounter similar challenges and reasons for divorce. While not an exhaustive list, here are five categories which greatly influence marriage. Discussing these topics prior to getting married may help couples align their values and goals ahead of time.…

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Family Attorney

Sometimes after a divorce, you and your former spouse may never need to have contact with each other again. However, when children and real property are involved, you may need the assistance of a family attorney for years to come. When your divorce attorney also handles family law, they can continue to help you throughout…

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