4 Tips for Creating a Great Parenting Plan
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Saturday,
May 05, 2018.
posted in Family Law
4 Tips for Creating a Great Parenting Plan

4 Tips for Creating a Great Parenting Plan

A parenting plan describes which parent will be responsible for certain aspects of a child’s life. Whether it is sufficient under Florida law will always depend on what is in the best interests of the child. However, parenting plans make parents’ life easier too—if they are done correctly. You know exactly what your obligations are...

Friday,
May 04, 2018.
posted in Child Custody
Considering a Move? Relocation and Child Custody in Florida

Considering a Move? Relocation and Child Custody in Florida

If you are considering a big move, your child custody arrangement should be one of the top things on your mind. Florida law prohibits a parent from relocating their home more than 50 miles away from their original residence without approval from the court or by written agreement with the other parent. You can create...

Friday,
April 27, 2018.
posted in Divorce
To Stay Or Not To Stay? Pros And Cons Of Moving Out While Divorcing

To Stay Or Not To Stay? Pros And Cons Of Moving Out While Divorcing

“Should I move out of my house while divorcing?” this is the #1 question people ask themselves when divorcing their spouse. The question is most often followed by another question, “How will this impact my divorce?” When choosing to leave your house during a divorce in Fort Lauderdale or elsewhere in Florida, it is critical...

Thursday,
April 26, 2018.
posted in Child Support
Retroactive Child Support: How To Claim Child Support After Divorce And Before The Court Order

Retroactive Child Support: How To Claim Child Support After Divorce And Before The Court Order

It can be very frustrating when your ex-spouse fails to make child support payments in time. But Florida law along with a Fort Lauderdale child support attorney can help you get those unpaid child support payments retroactively. Here is all you need to know about retroactive child support in Florida. Florida laws require both parents...

Friday,
April 20, 2018.
posted in Uncategorized
Buying a Property Mid-Divorce, Can I Protect It?

Buying a Property Mid-Divorce, Can I Protect It?

Division of property can be one of the most contentious aspects of any divorce, as you and your former spouse may have become attached to your assets. You may also each have strong opinions about what you are entitled to, or perhaps, what they are most definitely not entitled to. In Florida, divorce courts use...

Thursday,
April 19, 2018.
posted in Child Support
Disappearing Fort Lauderdale Paddleboarder Owes $500,000 in Missed Child Support Payments

Disappearing Fort Lauderdale Paddleboarder Owes $500,000 in Missed Child Support Payments

As a non-resident divorced parent, child support must be paid, and failure to meet this obligation is taken very seriously by Florida courts. However, this does not stop numerous parents from attempting to avoid their responsibility to provide for their child by refusing to pay the child support the owe. Take, for example, the paddleboarder...

Friday,
April 13, 2018.
posted in Property Division
Is There a Property Division Dispute in Giuliani Divorce?

Is There a Property Division Dispute in Giuliani Divorce?

As any property division attorney, in Fort Lauderdale or further afield, can attest to, a division of marital property can be one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce. While emotions are running high and both spouses are coming to terms with the changes in their lives, deciding who owns what can be more...

Thursday,
April 12, 2018.
posted in Divorce
Is Divorce down to Genetics? Research Suggests It Can Run in the Family

Is Divorce down to Genetics? Research Suggests It Can Run in the Family

There can be an abundance of reasons why a couple may decide to divorce, and one of these, according to popular opinion, is that the children of divorced parents can be more likely to divorce themselves. Psychologist have appeared to back this hypothesis up for quite a while, but more recent research suggests that it...

Thursday,
April 05, 2018.
posted in Divorce
Divorce and Your Business: Property Division

Divorce and Your Business: Property Division

Property division in Florida is required to be “equitable.” That does not mean that it will always be even, but it is supposed to be as fair as possible after considering each person’s circumstances. Business assets, however, are often treated slightly differently compared to other types of property in a divorce. Keep in mind that...

Thursday,
April 05, 2018.
posted in Child Custody
Changing Your Child Custody Arrangement

Changing Your Child Custody Arrangement

Your court-ordered child custody arrangement is not set in stone. However, there are just a few circumstances where you will be able to change it. A Florida child custody attorney will be able to help you present your situation and rationale for the requested change in the best light possible. Reasons You Can Change Your...

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