Miami Family Law

Sharing your child with the other parent can be difficult and frustrating. Two parents will often disagree on one or more aspects of parenting or custody itself. While an attorney can help negotiate child support, custody, and visitation, and a judge can order them. When...

If you divorce your spouse in the state of Florida, you may be ordered to pay alimony. Alimony payments can vary based on a variety of factors, including your current income and that of your spouse. Grounds For Appealing an Alimony Ruling If you plan to appeal...

A time-sharing schedule is a common element to a joint custody agreement. Unfortunately, many parents find themselves in a situation where the other co-parent doesn’t honor the set schedule. This can be extremely frustrating to the co-parent who wants to accept the plan and see...

When a couple separates or divorces yet share children, it is common for one parent to be granted the majority of the time-sharing (physical custody) responsibilities  of the children and the other ordered to support them financially. Child support was created to help children and...

When a separation occurs, one of the first things that parents consider is how their children are going to be impacted. Where are the kids going to live, who will they spend their time with and what is going to change for them? Child custody...

When separating from a spouse you have many issues you deal with on a daily basis. Of these issues, alimony payments are one of the most present and painful for many divorcees. This process can be emotionally grueling and financially stressful, making it a hard...

Separation and divorce are never planned and most often come as a surprise to one or both involved parties. As such, meeting with a family law attorney for the first time can be confusing, overwhelming and just downright scary. The first time you meet an...

Divorce and other issues related to family law are stressful, and inherently life-changing. Seeking legal advice in these areas can be intimidating but is absolutely necessary. When meeting with a family law attorney for the first time, you will probably have a multitude of questions...