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Figuring Out Roles After Divorce

Defining boundaries after divorce Following a divorce, a major challenge that will need to be addressed is readjusting roles and defining boundaries. Childless couples may simply decide to cease all future communication with each other but this becomes practically impossible when there are children involved, necessitating to establish roles. For starters, remember that you and […]

New Florida Law Protects Domestic Violence Victims and Their Pets

Can pets be victims of domestic violence There is some positive news for domestic violence victims that are also pet owners. The recent passing of legislation is resulting in more protections. Specifically, SB 1082 allows judges to include pets in restraining orders filed against an abuser, allowing them to remain with the owner who is […]

How Do I Deal with a Difficult Co-Parent?

Co-parenting following a divorce already has its difficulties as both parents adjust to being single parents. However, if you’re dealing with a co-parent that is simply unreasonable, it can make the process that much harder. Instead of becoming angry, consider the following tips to adjust and adapt to the circumstances. Ideas for dealing with a […]

Three Reasons to Seek Assistance with Your Case

Alimony, hidden assets, and child custody are a trio of “components” in divorce cases where the insights of a legal professional can prove highly beneficial. Let’s delve into this a bit. During a divorce case, both spouses are expected to divulge all of their assets. However, there are plenty of cases where one spouse may […]

Reducing the Impact of Divorce on Children

In many acrimonious divorces where children are involved, strong feelings of animosity may develop between the parents. These feelings may “spill” out and affect the children negatively. As this can leave a lasting impact on children, it’s important to minimize the effects of the divorce on the children. For starters, here is one tip we’ve […]

When Same-Sex Divorces Involve Children

Being able to legally marry proved to be a major step forward for LGBTQ couples. Much like with a heterosexual divorce, however, there is the possibility of having to contend with divorce and its legalities. If it comes to child custody agreements and parental rights, same-sex couples who married and then expanded their family with […]

Address Parenting Plan Issues before They Become a Major Problem

Provided you’re on the same page with your spouse, hashing out a parenting plan shouldn’t be all that difficult. However, in the event of a divorce, disagreements may arise and seemingly minor issues can become major ones when figuring out custody. Let’s briefly explore some of these issues you may wish to address in your […]

How Does Infidelity Affect Divorce?

If infidelity played a role in your divorce, you may be wondering how it may affect the divorce settlement. In Florida, the act does not affect divorce unless the affair contributed to a change in your financial situation. On that note, infidelity will not affect child custody unless your children were directly affected because of […]

Florida Case Sheds Light on Child Custody in the Age of COVID-19

An Orlando Sentinel article published earlier this week presents an interesting given the current COVID-19 pandemic circumstances. What happens if a parent shares custody of a child with someone who is a first responder? Should one parent have full custody of the child due to the risk of the other parent becoming infected? The article […]

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 […]

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