Thursday,
May 19, 2016.
posted in Paternity

Paternity as it relates to custody rights in Florida

In matters of child custody or child support in Florida, it is often necessary for a father to establish his rights in order to validate his legal presence in a child’s life. Interestingly, paternity does not always refer to a biological father. It merely means that a person is legally establishing a parent/child relationship. Once...

Wednesday,
May 11, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Legal challenges often arise after divorce in Florida

When two people choose to dissolve a marriage, legal challenges often continue after a settlement has been reached. Often, disagreements arise after divorce regarding child custody or other issues related to a former couple’s children. Anyone entering negotiations regarding such matters in Florida is advised to present as positive an impression as possible to the court. In...

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