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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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

What to Know When Seeking Full Custody

If a parent receives full custody during a divorce, this means the parent will have sole legal and physical custody of the child. Although most courts choose to go with joint custody to ensure the child’s best interests, parents seeking full custody should know how to proceed. While cases involving child custody can involve a […]

Don’t Allow Divorce to Ruin Your Child’s Studies

The 2019-2020 school year is in full swing. As your child continues their education, one way to derail their progress is having to experience a divorce. As the child deals with fundamental changes in their family dynamic and the emotions associated with their parents no longer being together, their grades may suffer. One way to […]

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 […]

When a Parent Doesn’t Pay Child Support

The expenses involved in raising a child can quickly add up, especially for individuals that are single parents. Hence, non-custodial parents are typically required by the court to pay child support. However, what’s a single parent to do if the other parent isn’t providing child support? Courts have a multitude of ways of tackling the […]

Save on Back to School Shopping

Numerous children throughout South Florida are returning to school this week. As a single parent, child support payments are often what parents rely on to make sure their kids have everything they need for school and their daily lives. When these payments fail to come in or time or don’t arrive at all, that may […]

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