divorce lawyers in miami fl
Florida’s Simplified Divorce Procedure for the Married Couple Without Kids

Under Florida's Dissolution of Marriage (divorce) statute (Florida Statute §61.052 (2014)), a dissolution of marriage will be granted if the marriage is irretrievably broken and/or due to the mental incapacity of one of the parties.  Additionally, in the State of Florida, the currently married couple...

Residency Requirements
Residency Requirements for Obtaining a Dissolution of Marriage Under Florida Law

Residency Requirements Residency Requirements. A question that is sometimes asked is about the residency requirements for a spouse to file a petition for dissolution of marriage (divorce) under Florida law if they were married under the laws of a different state. Under § 61.13, Fla. Stat. (2010), in order...

Best Interest of the Child
What is the Best Interest of the Child in a Parenting Plan, under Florida Law?

Best Interest of the Child In Florida, a Parenting Plan, either Supervised ("Safety Focused") or Unsupervised, is required in all cases involving time-sharing (custody) of minor children. At a minimum, the Parenting Plan must describe (in detail) the responsibility for the daily tasks that are necessary...

Family Law Attorney
What is a Family Law Attorney?

What is a Family Law Attorney? It is an attorney that deals with issues that may legally alter the structure of the family unit. These issues commonly include the Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce), Annulments, Adoption, Child Visitation, Parental Time-Sharing (Custody), Paternity, Post-Divorce Modification or Enforcement, Parental...