Family Law Tag

No one is ever completely ready for a divorce. Despite this, it is important to consider the many facets to this complex decision to try and ready yourself as much as possible for whatever route you take. Here are ten things to consider before filing...

In Florida, children and families around the state are in need of help, whether it’s monetary aid, counseling, or rehabilitation services. There are private charities that take care of people, but a bigger organization is DCF - the Florida Department of Children and Families. This...

If you’ve not quite sure what the a legal discovery process is, that’s ok, you’re not alone. Many clients are unaware of this very important step and have never heard the term. The discovery process is one of the most important stages of a case....

On January 6, 2015, same-sex marriage became legal in the State of Florida. Florida decreed that a ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. This new freedom and recognition will bring about new problems. Equality has been fought for since 1977 when the ban on same-sex...

Custody battles can be some of the expensive and drawn-out legal battles that are dealt with in family court. A properly informed client, along with an experienced family law attorney are in the best position to achieve a desirable outcome. Here are ten things you...

Most people know that the legal way to end a marriage is divorce, a process that declares the formerly married couple as separate and thus able to remarry. However, a lesser-known and more unique process is annulment, which declares a marriage null and void as...

Separation and divorce are not only emotionally draining but also prompt some questions about the assets that have been attained during the marriage. The family home and attached mortgage is one of the first assets to question. Who gets the house? And, how can one...

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,...