The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.
Call Toll-Free At
Office Hours, M-F 8:30 - 5:00
After Hour Calls
Evening, Holiday & Weekend

January 2017 Archives

Achieving and maintaining financial stability after divorce

When a couple parts ways, at least one party usually has to secure new living arrangements. That can be a costly endeavor, and comes just at the time when both parties are adjusting to a new financial outlook. It is important to make wise decisions in the months that follow a Florida divorce. Budgeting and savings are essential components of that process.

Why it is important to remove revenge from the divorce process

For some Florida spouses, the end of a marriage is the perfect opportunity to wage war against their soon-to-be ex. In fact, some people create an entire "revenge narrative" around their divorce, making every decision based on how much pain or damage can be caused to the other party. While doing so may feel good in the short term, there is a risk that taking such an aggressive stance will only serve to hurt one's interests in the long run.

Shielding business assets during a Florida divorce

Owning and operating a business requires a great deal of responsibility. In many cases, a business owner is not only responsible for his or her own success, but provides a source of employment for others. Keeping the business afloat and profitable during the course of a divorce is a top priority for many Florida business owners.

Addressing complex paternity issues in divorce

If you're one of many Florida parents currently going through divorce, you're likely well aware that life does not always go as planned. Like most people, you no doubt had every hope your marriage would last a lifetime. You're certainly not the first person to come to terms with the reality that this will not be the case. In addition to potential problems regarding child custody, visitation and child support, you may be in need of guidance concerning paternity issues as well.

Don't forget about insurance to protect child support

When two Florida parents divorce, one is usually granted the bulk of parenting time, while the other receives visitation. In most cases, the non-custodial parent is also expected to provide financial support for his or her child or children. Child support payments help ensure that the custodial parent is able to cover the cost of a child's needs. While most parents spend a considerable amount of time negotiating child support, very few think about including insurance in the mix.

How Can We Help You?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.
200 S.E. 6th Street, Suite 402
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-3424

Toll Free: 866-435-4172
Phone: 954-703-4207