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Education Expenses after Divorce - MIami, FL Child support
Who Pays for Education Expenses After a Divorce?

There are a lot of things to think about when you get divorced. If you have children, things can become really complicated. One of the more complex aspects of a divorce is determining who pays for a child’s college tuition. In the State of Florida,...

Divorce Advice for Stay at Home Moms

Getting a divorce can be one of the most trying times in your life, and when you’re a stay at home mom it can become even more challenging so getting some divorce advice would be essential. Usually, a stay at home mom doesn’t have control...

Florida Child Custody Facts
Child Custody: The Stats, Facts, and Data to Get You Started

When divorce happens, it can be an emotionally difficult and trying time for not only the spouses, but the children of the marriage. Unless the separation goes smoothly, child custody battles can become stressful. If you are about to enter or are currently involved in...

Pedente Lite and Divorce in MIami, FL
A Guide to Pendente Lite in Florida Divorce Proceedings

They say that love is blind. While this statement is a bit ambiguous, it certainly seems to be true. Not only concerning physical appearance, but the ability to foresee how a relationship will survive in the long term. If you do find yourself in a divorce...

About Divorce in Florida
7 Things Your Dad Wants You To Know About Divorce

Divorce is hard.  That may be the biggest understatement of the century, of course, as anyone who has seen or been in one can tell you.  But it is true in a big way, too: there are so many emotions involved, so many people that...

7 Questions to Ask Your New Florida Divorce Lawyer
7 Questions to Ask Your New Divorce Lawyer

Every so often attorneys will provide a low-cost  consultation in order to review the details of your case and afford you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. (Our initial consultations are free.) You can use this meeting not only to ask...

understanding the parental kidnapping act
What is The Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act of 1980 (PKPA)?

The Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA) is an enactment that was established on December 28, 1980 under Title 28 of the United States Code § 1738A. This federal United States law was developed to meet national standards for the assertion of child custody jurisdiction. The purpose...

prenuptial agreements in miami, fl
Prenuptial Agreements 101

An engagement is an exciting and bliss-filled time in a person’s life. Even more exciting is the wedding that will soon follow. Many couples are so in love that the farthest thing from their mind pre-marriage is the writing of a prenuptial agreement. The idea...