Florida's Alimony Reform Bill Update
Mon, Jun 20, 2022
On June 17, 2022, the ‘Alimony Reform Bill’ that passed both chambers of the Florida legislature this past legislative session, was sent to Florida Governor DeSantis’ office for review. The Governor has until the end of this month to approve the bi... Read More
The Intersection of Probate and Wrongful Death Claims
Mon, Jun 06, 2022
Under Florida law, a personal representative (sometimes referred to as an “executor”) has a duty to pursue a wrongful death action on behalf of the decedent’s estate and the decedent’s survivors. There are two key takeaways from this edict. Read More
Domestic Violence Charges: Can They Be Dropped?
Wed, Jun 01, 2022
If you’re facing domestic violence charges in Florida, you may be wondering if there is a chance they could be dropped. You have a good reason to hope for that — the consequences of a domestic violence conviction can be severe and lifelong. After you... Read More
The Penalties of Forgery in Florida
Wed, Jun 01, 2022
When people speak of forgery, they are referring to the attempt to defraud someone through the use of a false written document. Forgery does not only refer to handwriting. It also includes the production or alteration of any legally significant docum... Read More
Do I Need Other Professional Help?
Wed, May 25, 2022
The goal of every good divorce lawyer is a final judgment dissolving the marriage, with the least financial and emotional impact for her client. No two divorces are exactly alike as each divorcing couple presents with a different set of facts. Read More
Part 2: Child Support: Other Factors to Consider
Fri, May 13, 2022
After utilizing the statutory guidelines to calculate an amount of child support, there are several other factors that the court may consider before ordering a final amount. Every case is different and it is important to have an informed litigator to... Read More
Part 1: Child Support: How is it calculated?
Tue, Apr 26, 2022
Child support is, often, one of the most integral portions of a dissolution or paternity matter. The court is able to determine and order both temporary and permanent child support. As a result, it is important to know what is considered in determini... Read More