Don’t Change Your Job. Avoid changing jobs, especially if the change to your schedule or commute will reduce the time you have to spend with your children. If the new […]Read more
It is essential that timesharing is clearly defined between parents prior to agreeing to child support. This is true whether the couple is divorcing, modifying a prior child support order, or […]Read more
No one gets married, anticipating they will eventually get divorced. However, studies show at least half of all marriages end in divorce. Consequently, before you get married, it’s a good […]Read more
If you’re a teenager and you’ve just been informed that you’re a father, a thousand different thoughts and emotions are likely swirling through your mind. That’s understandable – parenthood is […]Read more
Premarital agreements, more commonly known as prenuptial agreements, have become increasingly more popular. In the past, people associated such agreements with a wealthy man marrying a poor woman. Today, all […]Read more
You’re in a bit of a panic, and you don’t know what to do. You have received notice from the State of Florida that your driver’s license is going to […]Read more
When you are first told the news that you are the father of a child, the first question you may want to have answered is whether the child is truly […]Read more
One of the unfortunate results of divorce cases is that ex spouses sometimes forget to pay child support. The state of Florida contains one of the most stringent systems for […]Read more
After a divorce, there are several available custody options for parents, including: Sole Custody. This type of custody refers to situations where one parent has sole custody over the children. […]Read more
Mental incapacity is one of two grounds for divorce in Florida. Florida is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that specific fault grounds for divorce, such as adultery, need not be […]Read more
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