Recent Blog Posts
Is It True That Mothers Are More Likely to Lose Custody If They Claim That the Father Has Sexually Abused the Child?
There is no question that custody cases involving child abuse are amongst the most difficult cases that we handle as… Read More »
As attorneys who practice in family law here in Florida, we frequently encounter international child custody issues that involve the… Read More »
Unfortunately, each year, a number of divorces that occur in Florida are complex cases involving high assets and challenging financial… Read More »
According to the US Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology, between 1987 and 2015, there were approximately one million babies born… Read More »
As if the pandemic didn’t already cause enough discord between a number of divorced parents, many of which suddenly had… Read More »
A number of news headlines are always quick to capture any developments in the divorce and custody proceedings between celebrities… Read More »
If I’m Going Through a Divorce, Do I Have a Right to The Family Home If My Spouse Is the Only One Listed On the Mortgage?
Property division—alongside custody (or “timesharing” here in Florida)—is one of the issue areas that individuals going through divorce are most… Read More »
When it comes to child custody (known as “timesharing” in Florida), the issue of jurisdiction can become complicated for some… Read More »
Collaborative law – defined in Florida as “a unique non adversarial process that preserves a working relationship between the parties… Read More »