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Our Law Firm Is Open for Business

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many businesses to temporarily close or change the way they do their business, we know that many people may be confused as to what’s open, what’s closed, or how to go about getting what they need done. We would like to remind all of our current and prospective clients that […]

Divvying up Your Property During a Divorce

During the divorce process, there will come the moment when you’ll need to divide your property with your soon-to-be former spouse. This step can prove complex due to the feelings that may be attached to the property. Florida uses a method of equal allocation to divide marital properties according to its Statutes. This method is […]

Factors That May Affect Your Child Custody Case

If you’re divorcing and children are involved, you’ll need to figure out custody. These legal cases often involve strong emotions as both parents want to spend time with their children as much as possible while figuring out how the child’s life will also change. With that in mind, several factors may affect the case. For […]

Telling Your Children About Your Divorce Decision

You’ve attempted to work out your differences with your spouse but ultimately you’ve decided the best solution for everyone is to proceed with the divorce. Telling your children likely won’t be easy. You’ll need to be empathetic to help them process their feelings. For starters, try and be simple. A child’s reaction will vary depending […]

COVID-19 and Custody Arrangements

A Today article provides some useful and fascinating insight into how COVID-19 may affect child custody arrangements when people are being encouraged not to go outdoors and practice social distancing. In one example, a former couple living near each other are choosing to stick to their current arrangement unless the coronavirus ends up affecting the […]

The Importance of Digital Asset Disclosure

One of the trickiest parts of the divorce process is the division of assets, especially if there was no prenuptial agreement signed. In addition to the strong emotions involved in the divorce, there is the process of separating what belongs to whom. Hence, it is important to think about your physical assets and liabilities while […]

Transitioning Positively to Co-Parenting

If you and your spouse have decided divorce is best for your relationship and your children, you may already be thinking about how to go about dividing custody. Co-parenting may seem like a near-impossible task, but it’s largely a matter of tackling it with the correct approach. For starters, if the divorce is acrimonious, it’s […]

Florida Bills May Negatively Affect Families

In Florida, family law has evolved dramatically over the years. Today, in a traditional case of divorce, each parent can usually expect to receive equal time with their kids everywhere, and periods such as summer and holiday breaks are divided evenly. Words like “custody”, “visitation”, and “primary residential parent” are now largely archaic and have […]

What Are the Best Interests of the Child?

When the court makes a decision, you’ve likely read or heard that the decision was made in the best interest of the child. But what exactly are the best interests of the child and how does the court go about evaluating them? A little bit of knowledge may help with understanding decisions made during a […]

Overcoming Addiction Helps Everyone in the Family

Childhood plays a pivotal role in affecting the course of a person’s life. With parenting, you want your children to live a fulfilling, happy, healthy, and enriching life. However, if you or your spouse are dealing with an addiction such as substance, this could affect the child’s life in negative ways that may follow them […]

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