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Unmarried Parenting Plans
Unmarried Parenting Plans Mon, Apr 20, 2015 According to a recent poll cited in the New York Times, marriage is disappearing. More than 40 per cent of new mothers are unmarried. Many young adults find themselves drifting into parenthood unintentionally.  Read More

What About The House?
What About The House? Tue, Mar 17, 2015 One of the many difficult decisions divorcing couples face, involves what to do with the  their single most valuable marital asset- the marital home.  Read More

Modification
Modification Tue, Feb 10, 2015 Once your divorce or paternity action is final you may think you will never have to re-visit those issues again. The ink is dry on the Final Judgment! It has been filed with the clerk’s office! After all that time and trouble, everyone has adjusted t... Read More

Relocation After Divorce Tue, Jan 27, 2015 When parents with minor children divorce, the court is required to enter an order  including a parenting plan with a timeshare schedule among other things. In the years that follow, it is likely that at least one of the parents will plan to mov... Read More

Will My Child Be Able to Testify in Court?
Will My Child Be Able to Testify in Court? Mon, Nov 24, 2014 We receive many questions about the age when a child may testify in court.  During a divorce proceeding- especially contentious ones- where the parenting plan is in dispute, the children wind up squarely in the middle.  Read More

Cyberstalking
Cyberstalking Tue, Sep 23, 2014 Emotions may run high between partners or spouses during or in the aftermath of a divorce. The temptation to lash out at one another using Facebook or Twitter should be avoided. Unfortunately, statistics demonstrate that incidents of cyberstalking ar... Read More

Modifying Child Support
Modifying Child Support Fri, Aug 15, 2014 A party who seeks to change in the amount of court ordered child support bears the burden of proving a substantial change in circumstances.  A substantial change in circumstances is defined as  significant, material, involuntary and permanent in natu... Read More

Co-Parenting with a Toxic Ex Tue, Jul 15, 2014 Florida law favors shared parental responsibility after a divorce with minor children. Judges frown on parents who try to alienate one parent from another. Florida Statute §61.13 acknowledges that the parent who tries to facilitate a relationsh... Read More

Domestic Violence Injunctions Tue, Jun 10, 2014 As society has developed  an increased awareness of domestic violence and its corrosive effect on families, our laws have become increasingly complex.  Domestic violence results in physical injury, psychological trauma and sometimes death. Read More

Facebook and Your Divorce Tue, May 06, 2014 It comes as no surprise that during a divorce emotions tend to run high. Very few of us, when faced with one of life’s most traumatic events are able to remain calm and detached at all times.  We all have a tendency to want to circle the ... Read More

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