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Adultery: What Can My Florida Divorce Lawyer Do?
Adultery: What Can My Florida Divorce Lawyer Do?

As we have discussed in a prior post, adultery is technically illegal under Florida Statute §798.01.  In divorce proceedings in the  State of Florida, however, adultery typically only plays a small role in divorce proceedings as Florida is a "no-fault" state. However, while infidelity usually does not...

The Most Important Factor in Completing Your Divorce Quickly
The Most Important Factor in Completing Your Divorce Quickly

Almost overnight, everything in your life is changing. First, one of your biggest personal relationships is changing forever, as the person that you thought you would be with "til death did you part" won't be a big part of your life anymore. Add on to...

What are the Major Causes of Delay in Florida Divorce Proceedings?
What are the Major Causes of Delay in Divorce Proceedings?

In most cases, everyone involved in a divorce wants to see the ordeal end as quickly as possible. Here are four major causes of delay in the dissolution process. 1. Both Parties Cannot Agree on Terms There is a reason divorce court is notoriously messy. Drafting a...

What is The Office of the Inspector General (OIG)?
What is The Office of the Inspector General (OIG)?

Child support payments can help to provide a stable life for children in a separated family that they may otherwise not be able to experience. Due to this, it is of utmost importance that child support payments are paid on time to ensure the continued...

How Are Child Support Orders Enforced in Florida?
How Are Child Support Orders Enforced in Florida?

If you are the primary caretaker or custodial parent of your child, the child's other parent will most likely be obligated to pay child support. Sometimes, though, in unfortunate situations, the child's other parent may, for whatever reason, not follow through with their obligation to...

What Happens at an Uncontested Divorce Hearing in Florida?
What Happens at an Uncontested Divorce Hearing in Florida?

The divorce process is rarely a convenient one, but it can be made much easier when both spouses are on the same page about a few critical issues. When both spouses have reached a mutual agreement about time-sharing, parental responsibility, child support, child custody, alimony,...

Can I Change Our Child Custody Plan Without Going to Court in Miami, Florida?
Can I Change Our Child Custody Plan Without Going to Court?

Negotiating court orders for child custody and child support is not always easy and it usually ends in having to go to family court. Sometimes, however, the decisions made during those original proceedings need to be overturned or changed because of lifestyle changes having to...

Supervised Child Visitation in Miami, Florida: When is it Appropriate?
Supervised Child Visitation: When is it Appropriate?

In separation and divorce cases involving children, one of the first topics of question is how the child visitation will work. There are many different situations in which supervised visitation is warranted or required, and they all have to do with the child’s safety. This is particularly...

Child Custody and Out of State Travel: What Florida Law Says
Child Custody and Out of State Travel for Florida Co-Parents

Many things, like vacations and out of state travel, can become a bit more complicated for co-parented families. Where you may have used to be able to just pick up the kids and head out of town, after a divorce, it may become a bit...