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Category Archives: Miami family law lawyers

Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check

The holiday season is in full swing. Whether you are the parent in custody or are required to make regular child support payments, single parents may find the season challenging. In this case, you need to take the right steps to prevent problems from happening, as spending too much during the holidays can lead to […]

Alimony That “Bridges the Gap”

If you’ve had a divorce in Florida, the alimony issue has likely been part of the process. Alimony, a way to provide financial support to a former spouse, is awarded in different ways based on the length of the marriage and the need, and may be either long-term or short-term depending on various factors. Bridge-the-gap […]

Conduct Yourself Professionally in Court

In some divorces, there are strong feelings of anger, bitterness, hurt, and so many more negative emotions. Understandably, a particularly acrimonious divorce can cause the emotions to spill into the courtroom. Although such feelings are common, divorce court is an empirical environment where the primary issues are diving property, finances, and sorting out child custody. […]

Honesty Is Imperative in Prenuptial Agreements

When coming up with a prenuptial agreement, both soon to be spouses must be truthful to avoid any issues should the marriage not work out and result in divorce. To provide an example, a man getting married to a woman may decide to embellish his assets to give a greater sense of wealth to impress […]

Can Visitation Rights Be Revoked?

In Florida, non-custodial parents are usually required to pay child support to help with the child’s financial needs and stability. If the non-custodial parent isn’t making payments, it can be frustrating, so much so that the custodial may decide to withhold visitation until payments resume. Is this possible or what is the best approach? While […]

Is It Time to Move On?

Choosing to divorce is a decision many couples prefer to use as an absolute last resort or a topic that should only be discussed if there are no other solutions. If you think dissolving your marriage may be the best decision but you have some degree of uncertainty, you should consider some of the signs […]

Establishing a Healthy Co-Parenting Arrangement

Navigating the ins and outs of child custody can prove to be a challenge. It requires working with someone whom you are no longer involved with and may have bitter feelings towards. It’s important to remember that the focus is on the well-being of the child and not how one parent feels about the other. […]

Dealing with Overdue Child Support Payments

A common issue many single parents find themselves dealing with is nor receiving child support payments from the other parent. These payments often help with funding school activities as well as some of the child’s basic needs. How does a single parent survive and support the child without those extra funds? Florida has several ways […]

When Can a Marriage Be Annulled?

If you got married but the relationship did not work out, you may be considering an annulment versus a divorce. Though an annulment does mean the marriage is over, the process is considerably different versus a typical divorce. Hence, it is vital to know how to proceed. Annulment eligibility means citing specific legal grounds. While […]

Establishing Paternity in Florida

Establishing the paternity of a child comes with benefits that go well beyond the child. For starters, it ensures the child has certain rights, such as having access to health insurance should the father have a policy. Furthermore, it makes it much easier for the child to have access to vital medical information. If legal […]

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