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Category Archives: Miami FL Divorce Attorney

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 […]

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 […]

Florida Bill Seeks to Make Huge Alimony Changes

If Florida Republican state legislators have their way, the state’s “permanent” alimony system may soon become a thing of the past. A bill is currently making its way through the pertinent channels that would place limits on the payment duration. Florida is one of just six states that allow lifetime alimony, With the bill, “bridge […]

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 […]

Avoiding Issues with Same Sex Divorce

Same-sex couples are free to marry in Florida, just like heterosexual couples. As is the case with their hetero couples, there is always the possibility of divorce. Though same sex couples can choose to marry or get divorced, complications may arise. One issue same sex couples may have to contend with is the length of […]

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 […]

Should You Consider a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement can be a sensitive topic as it forces couples to raise the possible issue of divorce. Unfortunately, many couples do end up divorcing yet being prepared may help with strengthening the relationship. A prenuptial agreement will provide a detailed outline regarding the couple’s finances should a divorce happen. The agreement will include […]

Divorce Issues Also Affect Newlyweds

A divorce is a potentially painful, complicated process that is made even more complicated if factors such as child custody, alimony, or property division are involved. While these issues are often associated with couples that have been married for a long time, they can also arise among newlyweds. If you recently got married but are […]

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