Miami Family Law

Is Child Support Tax Deductible? Many Miami, Florida divorces involve children. These children are given child support under Florida law. A common question raised by the payers of child support involves the deductibility of the child support payments from their federal taxes. So, is child support tax...

Dating Violence When we receive calls regarding injunctions for dating violence under Florida law, one of the first things we do is determine whether or not the situation presented actually qualifies as "dating" violence. Whereas the more frequently used term "domestic violence" applies to violence that...

Parental Kidnapping In Miami, Florida divorces involving children, issues sometimes arise with one of the parents who has dual citizenship. For instance, a more common issue presents itself when one of the parents has dual citizenship and then threatens to flee the country with the couple's children. One...

One of the first questions that I like to ask when speaking with a caller regarding filing for a divorce in Florida is whether or not they have discussed a Marital Settlement Agreement with their spouse. Marital settlement agreements are basically just written contracts made between...

Parental Time Sharing Florida courts strongly favor parenting plans (also commonly referred to as time-sharing agreements) that emphasize the sharing of time between both parents because it is usually in the best interest of the child to do so. However, under certain circumstances, Florida family courts...