Family Law Tag

When you said ‘I do’, you never expected to say, “Who gets the kids?” The possibility of marriages transitioning into divorce is a real one as the length of marriages has decreased dramatically in only the past 15 years . Many couples have tried to...

A prenuptial agreement, or "prenup" for short, is a form of contract that governs the terms of a married couple's divorce should the marriage come to an end. The contents of a prenuptial agreement must be agreed upon by both parties when the prenup is...

It shouldn't be a big surprise to anyone that sometimes relationships end poorly. This is particularly true when it comes to divorce proceedings as there is frequently a lot at stake and emotions tend to run high. Those issues, combined with a couple's perceived inability...

Mothers are, of course, usually listed on their child's birth certificate at the time of the child's birth - but what about the father that is not married to the birth mother? They are not always listed on the birth certificate, so a Florida paternity...

We receive calls from victims of domestic violence, as well as accused perpetrators of violence. Perhaps two of the most important questions that we can address in that initial conversation is whether the alleged act of violence qualifies as domestic violence under Florida law and...

Our Miami, Family Law Firm is receiving calls in a seemingly increasing number from engaged couples interested in entering into a prenuptial agreement. Why Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement? A prenuptial agreement is intended for pragmatic engaged couples who would like to see their rights and...

While not the first question that is usually asked, after a while, our clients start to wonder what will happen to certain property when we start to divide the marital estate. One question that a client may ask is "What happens to that luxury vehicle that...