December 2016 - Fort Lauderdale Family Law Attorney | Broward County Divorce Lawyer
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Friday,
December 30, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Court denies man the right to seek divorce from his wife

An unusual case has made headlines in Florida and across the nation, as a man has been prohibited from ending his marriage. The case has led to outrage among advocates for the disabled and the elderly, although others feel that the outcome was brought about to protect the man from harm. Viewed from either perspective,...

Thursday,
December 22, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Is it possible to serve divorce papers through Facebook?

For some spouses, making the decision to end their marriage is not as difficult as it is for many others. There are certain circumstances in which divorce is the clear path, and where the only difficulties lie in the details of moving from married to single. One of those details involves serving the divorce paperwork to the...

Thursday,
December 15, 2016.
posted in Divorce

One state shortens waiting period for divorce

One of the biggest fallacies involving the choice to dissolve a marriage is that the decision was an easy one to reach. In reality, by the time one or both Florida spouses decides to file the paperwork, months or even years were spent weighing the options and making the determination to end the marriage. In...

Friday,
December 09, 2016.
posted in Family Law

Millennials seek family law protections prior to getting married

According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, more and more young people are taking a practical approach to matters of marriage and divorce. Respondents reported a marked increase in the number of millennials who are negotiating  prenuptial agreements prior to walking down the aisle. That is a family law move...

Tuesday,
December 06, 2016.
posted in Divorce

How does property division take place during divorce in Florida?

The divorce process can understandably be daunting. Although it can be financially challenging for people at all levels of wealth, it can be especially difficult for those with many assets. An attorney, however, can lead you through the property division process in Florida, which is considered an equitable distribution state. What is equitable distribution? Property...

Friday,
December 02, 2016.
posted in Family Law

A pediatrician’s role in family law cases

When a Florida marriage is headed toward divorce, parents are often concerned over how the change in family status will affect their children. While there is no cut-and-dried solution to ensure that children thrive during and after a divorce, there are multiple approaches that parents can take to help ease the way. A recently published...

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