Miami Family Law

Over the past few decades, cohabitation has become avery popular alternative to marriage with Florida couples. What is Cohabitation? Cohabitation is a situation in which two people live together without becoming legally married, yet live together. There are many reasons for a couple to choose this situation...

When two people with a child divorce, the sad truth is that the child often becomes stuck in the middle. While your family law attorney can do their best to create a parenting plan that will serve as outlines to help guide the parents towards...

Your divorce lawyer can do a lot of things for you related to your pending case, relating to a past divorce, and even related to a possible divorce in the future. There are even more things, though, that your divorce lawyer cannot and should not...

Losing the custody of your child(ren) is a fear that haunts many parents. Custody battles during divorce trials provide a more common procedure that can potentially affect your legal right to your children, but a more severe scenario is presented by the dependency process. You...

Parental rights are a topic of interest to parents, children, family members and legal counsel. There are several situations in which a parent or family member may question the ability to terminate parental rights. Florida State Law provides numerous provisions that identify grounds for the...

With America’s rough past of sweeping domestic violence to the side, domestic violence victims can often experience unfair treatment in and out of the court system. Understanding the challenges you may face can help you prepare for them as efficiently as possible. Definition of Domestic Violence Under Florida...

Divorce is not often a comfortable topic of conversation for many people. In fact, letting others know that things are not all right in paradise can be revealing and leave people feeling exposed. Privacy and confidentiality are of the utmost importance to you, and if...

An adoption can be a wonderful opportunity, both for the child that is being adopted and for the parent(s) that are adopting a child. Procedurally, though, this can be a difficult and lengthy process that can be very confusing for individuals not experienced with it...

When a divorce happens, you can only hope for as smooth as a separation as possible. Perhaps more than anything else, threats from your soon to be former spouse can be stressful and frustrating. Threats surrounding custody of the children or valuable property can be...