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Are Spouses Allowed to Hide Their Assets During a Divorce?

In Florida, a couple in the process of divorce must follow mandatory disclosure requirements. These requirements state that spouses must exchange financial information like bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, Read More

Child Custody Cases Dos and Don’ts

Child custody cases are among some of the most common causes that make it to court yet remain some of the most difficult. Not only are there many emotions involved Read More

Parental Relocation and Child Custody in Miami

Parental relocation is one of the most complex child custody issues to resolve. Parental relocation is defined as one parent with custody moves out of the area or state with Read More

Videoconferencing and Family Court

COVID-19 has brought many changes to the way people handle events, from everyday matters like traffic tickets to the big ones like divorce court. Significant changes are expected to stick Read More

What Happens to Pets During Divorce?

Retirements, benefits, property, custody - all things couples fight over in a divorce. They are laws that protect your rights surrounding each of these, but what would happen to your Read More

eDiscovery Litigation in Miami

eDiscovery refers to electronic discovery - discovery is the legal term used for the beginning stages of litigation when both parties must provide relevant information, records, and evidence related to Read More

NDAs in Divorce Settlements

Divorce is difficult, and even more so when you feel the pressure of people unnecessarily knowing the intricate details of the situation. From divorce settlements to child custody, a non-disclosure Read More

Civil Litigation in Florida

Civil litigation refers to when a civil matter goes to court to get resolved. These cases can involve relationships, marriages, corporations, and divorce. "Civil" means that one individual or business Read More

Preparing for Divorce

Once you have decided that divorce is something you and your spouse will follow through with, it is important to be prepared. Ask yourself where you would like to be Read More

Types of Time-Sharing and Visitation for Children

There is nothing more important to a parent than their relationship with their child. Divorce can complicate this and make relationships muddy, which is why visitation and time-sharing are crucial Read More

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