Family Law Tag

What if my Spouse Contests the Divorce? What happens if your spouse refuses to sign off on the divorce because they don't want the marriage to end? Do I need my spouse's consent? This is a common question and many Miami, Florida residents appear to be...

Subchapter S Corporations With an S corporation, the income and losses of the business are "passed through"  to shareholders and included on their individual tax returns. This is can be advantageous to the shareholder because, there isn't a "double taxation".  That is, unlike other forms of...

We frequently receive questions from callers who are thrown off course by the language used by the Florida Family Courts. From time to time, we like to make sure that we are absolutely clear when we define our terms.  A common issue that we see stems...

Shared Parental Responsibility Under Florida Statute 61.046 , shared parental responsibility  is defined as "a court-ordered relationship in which both parents retain full parental rights and responsibilities with respect to their child and in which both parents confer with each other so that major decisions affecting...

Is Child Support Tax Deductible? Many Miami, Florida divorces involve children. These children are given child support under Florida law. A common question raised by the payers of child support involves the deductibility of the child support payments from their federal taxes. So, is child support tax...